so easy and it looks great. love the touch where the bow had the text "give luck." this'll only work for medium sized boxes though. need bigger sizes!
The pictures are very true to color. The blue is a blue-gray, and the red is an orange-red, leaning more towards orange. I use one to wrap to wrap a sofa pillow (with the back not covered all the way), a tissue box, a vase, and 2 green LunchBots size containers (and more depending on the way it is tied). I have used it to carry an iPad once. I would use a bigger size cloth to more comfortably carry groceries in, but this size can work if loaded correctly. As I am typing this, this might actually work well as a produce bag since it's so light. It is a pretty fabric, so I would only put clean, dry fruits like apples and oranges so it stays clean longer before being washed. You could try this at home first with any cloth you have at home and see how it works for you. If you think it's something you would like to do, folding and tying, then come back and choose a design that you like.
Colors are well represented online. It's thin fabric but that actually facilitates wrapping. Definitely recommend!
I really wanted to like this product. I love the idea of using only reusable gift wrap. This product fell a little short for me. The item to be wrapped cannot be large at all or it will not wrap with only one sheet. This particular print is a bit see-through too. Takes a bit of practice to figure out the wrapping part, but once you get that down it does make a great gift appearance.
I like the fabric options for this gift wrap but I was disappointed that it didn't come with instructions about how to tie the wrap in the Japanese fashion it was inspired by. I also wish it came in much larger sizes as I found it difficult to find a gift that this small size wrap would fit.