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How to use Your Knot-wrap

Learn 3 easy wrapping techniques

There's no doubt about it: tearing open a gift fills everyone with a combination of excitement and anticipation. But then all that wrapping paper is simply thrown away, and that's not very warm and fuzzy at all.

Enter knot-waps: based on the traditional Japanese art of wrapping gifts in fabric (called furoshiki), they can be reused dozens of ways even after you’ve given a gift. Simply choose a few items you'd like to gift, pick a knot-wrap they'll love, and wrap away. You're left with a personalized gift without any single-use wrapping—it's a win-win.

Let's get wrapping!

The parcel

This technique is best for boxed items or a few potted products. You can even wrap up your lunch to go! The best wraps for this style are larger knot-wraps that are 27 inches squared or bigger, depending on what you’re wrapping up.

Single bath bomb

This wrapping style is perfect for a single bath bomb, bubble bar or many of our other delightfully naked items. Smaller knot-wraps around 19 inches squared work best for this technique.

Single pot

When you’ve got a single pot, or a few smaller items like lip scrubs to wrap up, the single pot method is ideal. Any size knot-wrap that will fit your gift will work for this wrapping style, so take your pick!

Wanna learn more knot-wrapping techniques? Visit your local shop and ask a friendly staff member to teach you the art of knot-wrapping!