The trendy, zerowaste, & ethical alternative to paper wrapping


Every day, tons of gift wrapping paper end up in landfills all around the globe, when there is a trendy, waste-free and ethical alternative: fabric gift wraps. “Baluchon” provides reusable cotton wraps that last and last through the years.

The name is inspired from the French word meaning “bundle” and the concept is derived from the Japanese art of Furoshiki, a centuries-old tradition used to bundle belongings and presents. It can be applied to just about any object, large or small, and uses simple knots and folds, all of which are fairly easy to master.

It’s a unique way to wrap that adds a personal touch to your gift. And best of all it’s reusable!

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“There is no such thing as ‘away’. When we throw anything away it must go somewhere.”

– Annie Leonard, Proponent of Sustainability

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