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vrijdag 2 december 2011

Furoshiki and free gift tags!

 I designed some gift tags matching the christmascards and fabric with the vintage christmasballs and snowman. You can download it for free here or at my flickr and use it for your presents.
The tags are only for personal use!

These presents are being wraped with a square piece of fabric called Furoshiki. Furoshiki is originating from Japanese culture and it's a eco-friendly way to wrap your christmaspresents! There are all kinds of knots to wrap your presents. You can even fold a bag or clothing :)

The fabric is also available at Spoonflower. A fat quarter is perfect to make a furoshiki of 45 x 45 cm.
Cut the fabric, make a small seam an wrap your presents like this!

The fabric and tags match with the christmas cards. Which you can find in my shop or etsy.

12 opmerkingen:

Unknown zei

very cute!

bee zei

What a gorgeous idea! Thanks for sharing your free tags, they are so sweet!

Nicholas Hong zei

I fall in love your style! So cutte! :D

Deborah van de Leijgraaf zei

Thanks a lot fhiona, bee and nicholas! It makes me happy to read your comments :)

CriCri zei

Thank you very much! Your craft and fabrics are fantastic!
Kisses from Italy!

Nic zei

Beautyful tags!!! I'll use for my gifts! Thanks for sharing.

SophieSweetVintage zei

Wat mooi ingepakt! En de kaarten zijn geweldig leuk. Super! :)

Sam van Voorst zei

Helemaal leuk!
Mijn vriend zei dat ik eens een blogpost moet schrijven over furushiki op mijn eigen site... omdat ik het zo ontzettend leuk vind! En zelf er aardig wat heb :P

En wat lees ik hier :).. helemaal geweldig leuke stoffen heb je toch.

Cathy Pascual zei

Thank you! I am printing mine on sticker paper and using as my special tags for the gifts from Santa Claus! My daughters will love them.

libbywilko zei

Thank you! So bright and colourful.

kelly zei

thanks!! love them!!

jess zei

So cute! Thanks for sharing...