Gift wrap: too beautiful to throw away

In the UK alone, it is estimated that over 100 million rolls of wrapping paper are eventually discarded every Christmas.

As concerns for the environment grow, more people are not only choosing recycled paper but wrapping gifts in such a way that the paper can be easily removed without damage. Nasha's gift wrap is made with this in mind, with exquisite screen - printed designs that are simply too beautiful to throw away. Gold printed gift bags are made in lamina ted paper and wine sleeves are made in light non - woven fabric to withstand several giftings, while tissue paper can be secured with recycled twine and used again.

Visit and learn more about her beautiful collection:  Design by Nasha 



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