November 09, 2023 3 min read
Embracing sustainable gifting is not just a choice; it's a way to honour our deep connection with nature. Transitioning to eco-conscious wrapping is a simple and impactful way to minimize waste and bring an added touch of nature to your all-natural gifts.
Whether you visit us in-store, shop online or choose to wrap your gifts at home, we have several Earth-friendly options for wrapping with intention this holiday season.
Come into our store and we can help you curate the perfect gift.
Here’s how it works:
Once you’ve found your perfect all-natural gifts online, select the gift-wrapping option in the online cart.
Here’s how it works:
Furoshiki, a traditional Japanese art of fabric wrapping, holds a rich history dating back thousands of years. Originally used to transport personal belongings, it later evolved into a symbol of beauty using ornate fabrics to wrap gifts, clothing and other precious items. Furoshiki can be reused and passed down through generations, reflecting Japan's reverence for nature and the efficient use of resources. It continues to be a cherished tradition, celebrated for its versatility, practicality and sustainability.
Try Rocky’s take on Furoshiki by purchasing your ownreusable fabric wrap or our reusable cotton pouches in-store or online.
Often sustainability is about reusing what we have and reinventing it into something beautiful that we can enjoy again.
This holiday season, opt for eco-conscious gift wrapping by repurposing fabric scraps and reusable gift bags or get creative by upcycling materials like newspapers and magazines you likely have on hand. You can also elevate your gifts with a touch of nature, by adding festive greenery, twigs, or pinecones for a nature-friendly twist.
Did you know each gift set or gift box you purchase gives back to nature?
This holiday season, for every gift box or gift set you purchase, we’re giving back to nature by donating $1 to the Nature Conservancy of Canada to support the preservation and protection of Canada’s wild spaces, including our prairie grasslands — one of the most endangered ecosystems on the planet.
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