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Gorgeous, sustainable and affordable, Wrappr is the simple, earth-loving alternative to disposable paper gift wrapping. Honouring Furoshiki, the 1,200-year-old Japanese tradition of fabric wrapping, each Wrappr is a gift in itself, designed to be repurposed or re-used and perfect for any season or celebration. Created by independent artists who love our planet as much as you do, every eco-friendly Wrappr reduces our carbon footprint, supports our creative community and makes the world a better, more beautiful place.

From The Homegrown Collection, this small cotton furoshiki wrap featuring original artwork by Queens, New York based artist Talisa Almonteis perfect for wrapping gifts around the size of a tissue box. Dimensions are 46.5 cm. x 46.5 cm. square or 18.3 x 18.3 inches square.

This collection is inspired by florals native to the artist's places of birth and upbringing. In this piece, you will find Dominican Republic's Bayahibe Rose as well as Florida's Orange Blossom surrounding it.

Shop more prints from The Homegrown Collection here.

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Talisa Almonte


Talisa Almonte is the artist and illustrator behind Almonte Studio and creator of The Homegrown Collection for Wrappr. 

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