My guilt-free Eco Friendly fabric gift bags are a collection of reusable drawstring bags that make wrapping super easy – just pack the bag, pull the string, tie a bow and it is wrapped, all in less than 10 seconds, the simpler approach to the Japanese art of Furoshiki
- No scissors
- No tape
- No cat/dog getting in the way of your wrapping!!
I designed the bags to last for years and through lots of reuses, After each use all you need do is fold them up and stash them away until next needed.
- Reduce your waste
- Reduce your carbon footprint (fewer trucks to haul your trash around, less waste in landfill)
- Save a tree!
You have a sense of style and don’t want to give that up to go green!
Alternatively these also make great storage bags for a variety of different things, the outer fabric helps you find things easily by looking for that particular bag.
- Hardwearing design that will last for many years.
- Use them to keep your craft tools or projects organised, organise your make up, jewellery storage, what ever fits and works for you.
This medium sized gift bag features a 100% cotton outer fabric with a butterfly print and has been lined with a 100% cotton teal coloured flowery lining, finished with a stitch effect two tone ribbon.
When laid flat this bag measures 12.5 inches (32 cm) long and 9 inches (23 cm) wide. It has a gusset bottom so it stands up properly and the dimesions of this bottom are 5.25 inches (13.5 cm) wide by 4 inches (10 cm) deep
This reusable gift bag can be used for a variety of different gifts including bottles, books, DVD’s/boxsets, stuffed animals, clothing, large candles or a collection of smaller gifts. It can also be used as a storage bag. Only one available so grab it while you can!
This has been created in a smoke free and pet free home.
Commissions: I welcome commissions on these eco-friendly gift bags so if you would like something made in a certain fabric or in a certain size or maybe a matching set then please get in touch with me to discuss your requirements.
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