Gift-wrapping this season trends jazzy but sustainable

Max Flatow | wuhao newyork Inc. via AP

This photo provided by wuhao newyork Inc. shows a traditional Tenugui cloth, similar to furoshiki, used as an alternative to traditional gift wrapping for flowers. When it comes to gift wrapping, the trend is toward jazzy yet sustainable options like beautifully folded fabrics or understated brown or green masking paper topped with colorful washi tape or sprigs of green instead of easily-crushed store-bought bows.

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