Fabric gift wrapping with Marabu YONO Marker

There are many ways to wrap gifts sustainably. For example, with a beautifully designed fabric with our YONO marker. This is a tradition from Japan and is called Furoshiki. Later, the fabric does not have to be disposed of like wrapping paper, but can be reused with special folding techniques. Creative and sustainable!

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fabric (100% cotton)
scatter parts stars

How it is done:

  • Wash the fabric without fabric softener before painting to remove the finish. Dry and iron after washing. Cover the work area and prepare the materials.
  • First, trace the star pattern with a pencil. This can be done either freehand or with a stencil. Scatter pieces in the shape of a star are also particularly suitable as a stencil.
  • Shake the YONO markers with the cap closed for 60 seconds before first use. The mixing ball must be audible. Then slowly press the tip in several times on a piece of test paper until the ink becomes visible. When the ink flow is activated, the tip slowly fills up. When the tip is full of ink, write the marker on the test paper.
  • Then place some paper under the fabric, trace the stars with the YONO marker and colour them in.
  • Allow the colour application to dry and then set the fabric in the oven at 150°C for 8 minutes.
  • Once the paint has dried, the fabric can be used to wrap a gift in furoshiki style.

Fabric gift wrapping with Marabu YONO Marker

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