Learn the art of sustainable wrapping with Teaching Artist Makilyn Koep. Mak walks you step by step through the ‘Furoshiki’ method, which is a traditional Japanese cloth wrapping. You’ll also learn the reusable ‘Top Knot Bag.’
These methods are not only Earth-Friendly, but unique and beautiful! Mak also highlights embellishments from nature you can use.
You’ll need: cloth, string (you can make from materials), boxes (cereal, pasta). NOTE: Rumriver Art Center does not offer these materials at this time. As Mak encourages in the video, asking for donations can lead to your fun new assortment.
You won’t need: wrapping paper or tape (possibly ever again)?
We hope you’re on your way to beautiful and sustainable wrapping! Please ‘share’ this blog post and bookmark this video to revisit.
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