When it comes to gift wrap, no need to wait until the holidays to master the art. In fact, you don't even need tape or scissors to become a pro! Thanks to furoshiki, a type of Japanese wrapping, all you really need is a simple cloth. Traditionally used to transport clothes and food, the furoshiki method today is a great way to add decorative flair to a gift — no matter the occasion. Perfect for a small package or even a bottle of wine, this style of packaging will easily impress your friends without the hassle. Use the how-to chart below to get you inspired to tie up your best gift yet!
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