The furoshiki folding technique revolutionizes gift wrapping! As the end of the year celebrations approach, the gifts multiply under the tree to please loved ones. Very often, they are covered with gift wrap so that nothing can be seen to keep the surprise until the end. But wrapping paper is a real scourge. Very quickly ripped, torn and put aside, its lifespan in the house is only a few seconds while outside it is much longer. Its negative ecological impact is therefore no longer to be proven. Every year, tons of packaging are thrown away and only a tiny fraction is recycled. However, there is a zero waste alternative that has revolutionized the different ways of wrapping a gift. This is furoshiki, a Japanese folding technique that has nothing to envy to classic wrapping paper. The technique seems slightly complicated, but you just have to learn and familiarize yourself with this new process, and you will find that it is ultimately very easy to do. You will no longer need to buy several rolls of gift wrapping paper which will considerably increase your waste. A square of plain and colored fabric or printed patterns and a helping hand to get used to it and voila! Simple, elegant and reusable, you can elegantly wrap your gifts in a large square cotton fabric ready to get unpacked !A Christmas furoshiki has thus the advantage of being endlessly reusable to always offer an eco-friendly gift !