Next up on Prudent Baby Bow Week, we will show you the Japanese art of wrapping gifts with a square of fabric known as Furoshiki. It’s a simple and lovely way to wrap any package.
You can add any adorable embellishments, like a peacock feather, buttons, or DIY french poufs, to make the present pop.
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What embellishments would you add to your Furoshiki-wrapped gifts?
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