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January 27, 2011

Bento Love :: Easy Peasy Furoshiki Tutorial

I'm so excited! A brand new stainless steel bento box is what I have. And because it didn't come with a Furoshiki (bento cloth wrap) like my first one, I decided to make one.

bento furoshiki

The box is multi-tiered and I'm really excited to use it ... not today though. Today, I'll be grabbing a sandwich on the run as I have guests coming for dinner.

bento furoshiki
I stared by getting a plain white cloth napkin (from Target) and then stitching some lace on opposing corners.

bento furoshiki
Then I stitched a cute little doily in the very middle.

bento furoshiki
That's it. Tie it once. Tie it twice. Easy peasy.

bento furoshiki
Happy bento.
Happy Furoshiki. :)


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The wrap is so cute! Also, Bento boxes are great for not only carrying food, but art supplies. Soldering supplies in one, paints in another, doo-dads in another. Great for grab and go crafting.


I absolutely love gift wrapping and this wrap is stunning!

~ Gabriela ~

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