Sustainable Holiday Wrapping Has Arrived

December 06, 2016

There’s no need to take the fun out of the holidays. The gifts you give can be merry and bright and go easy on the earth. Global artisans use sustainable materials to create beautifully patterned wrapping that will keep your gift a secret until the big unveiling. Reuse and upcycle for zero-waste.

Tree-Free Wrapping Paper
Green your gifts by choosing this tree-free paper alternative. Indian artisans blend scraps of fabrics and biodegradable dyes to create a broad spectrum of colors and patterns. 

Upcycled Sari Wraps
Fabric wrap has been used in Asia for centuries as an elegant custom, transforming a gift into an exceptional keepsake. This set of six eco-chic wraps are handcrafted from upcycled Indian saris, large enough to wrap items like wine bottles.

Treeless Gift Bags
Choose from printed recycled fabric paper for medium to larger gifts or smaller upcycled pouches with drawstring closures are perfect for sustainably wrapping palm-sized gifts like jewelry or ornaments. Assorted colors and designs.

Colorful Hemp Twine
Wrap presents in colorful newsprint or recycled boxes and tie together. This all-natural fiber string provides hundreds of uses around the home with the leftover twine.

 




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