Furoshiki wrapping tutorial and Mother’s Day printable

Learn how to do Furoshiki wrapping and print our Mother’s Day printable to make the best gift ever.

Mother's Day Crafts Ideas Furoshiki wrapping

Furoshiki wrapping is more popular than ever this year as more and more people seek sustainable ways to give gifts. After all, is there anything nicer than beautifully wrapped gifts? Forget finding the end of the sticky tape or co-ordinating your ribbon with your bow – this furoshiki inspired wrap uses only a single piece of cloth with simple folds and ties. And the best bit? Your recipient can use the fabric again!  This is such a simple, yet striking idea, and takes your wrapping game to a whole new level. See how it’s done…

We made this tutorial for you initially for Mother’s Day but it works just as well for any budding Santa’s Elves out there looking to try this technique for Christmas.

furoshiki wrapping materials

You’ll need:

• A square piece of fabric
• Paper and printer (optional)
• Foliage (optional)

Furoshiki wrapping tutorial

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You Will Need

  • Fabric
  • Printer

Step 1

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Cut a square of fabric then place your present diagonally in the centre of the fabric piece. Your fabric will need to be a fair size bigger than the gift to ensure you can wrap the box with enough material to tie.

Step 2

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Take the opposite corners of fabric and simply tie over the top of the box.

Step 3

furoshiki wrapping step 3

You can then gather the other two corners and tie on top doubling up the knot to secure.

Step 4

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Add any florals or foliage to your fabric wrapped gifts or slide a Mother’s Day note in between the fold for top marks on presentation.

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Finally, if you’d like to turn this make into a Mother’s Day gift, download this A6 hand painted postcard by Becki Clark and add it your own fabric wrapped pressies.

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About Becki Clark

Mollie Makes’ deputy art editor, Becki Clark is also an illustrator who works from her cosy home in Bristol, usually found with paints in hand, Becki specialises in pattern design and brush lettering. If she’s not at her desk, she’ll be walking her sausage dog Reggie looking for new inspiration. www.beckiclark.com