Bobo Wrap: The luxury alternative to wrapping paper

Sometimes, something comes into my inbox and I literally get so excited I jump out of my chair. This was one of those emails.

Are you the kind of person who finds wrapping gifts a tedious chore? You can never get them to look luxurious and gorgeous and pampery. No matter how valiant the effort, you end up with something that looks like a 5 year old was let loose on it. And you know – never mind the eco-hostility of most wrapping papers, which are made from non-sustainable paper, used once then thrown away. Bah!

So this. THIS. Made me weep for joy and immediately pull out my credit card. Check out Bobo Wrap. Bobo Wrap is a gorgeous, far superior alternative to boring old wrapping paper. Available in a wide range of colours and sizes, Bobo Wrap is designed to be easily used and re-used on a variety of gifts large and small. No more searching for scissors and scotch tape; no more destroying the pretty wrapping creation by ripping it apart. Simply take the appropriate Bobo Wrap, tie it artfully on your gift (it’s beyond ridiculously easy) and voila – done. Ranging in price from $14 to $36 USD, you are certain to find an option perfect for every gift – and the best part is, the more you give, the more likely you will be to get one back.

Bobo Wraps are available on their website – they’re also available in Canada at Paper Things in Toronto, The Papery in Toronto and Gem Entrepot – Quebec. Check them out!

6 Comments on Bobo Wrap: The luxury alternative to wrapping paper

  1. Shiny Green Penny
    February 3, 2009 at 6:18 pm (8 years ago)

    These are gorgeous! I don’t know how skilled I would be at tying it though…….

    Hope there is a Canadian source!

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  2. Red
    February 4, 2009 at 3:26 am (8 years ago)

    gorgeous fabrics and a great way to get the idea of wrapping with fabric out into mainstream!

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  3. ecochick
    February 4, 2009 at 6:31 pm (8 years ago)

    Shiny Green Penny – it’s *insanely* easy to tie them. I linked to a video in the post. It’s seriously easier than using traditional wrapping paper!

    Red – totally agreed!

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  4. Anonymous
    February 6, 2009 at 12:53 am (8 years ago)

    What a great idea and great site to talk about. Love your blog!

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  5. midlifemom
    February 6, 2009 at 4:13 pm (8 years ago)

    Perfect for the craft-challenged mom that I am! Fits in with my eco-evolution too!

    Reply

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