Elegant yew trees, bamboo, fans and sakura, accented with antique gold highlights, cover the navy ground and sky blue bamboo stocks. Special edition series with genuine chirimen* fabric from Japan. A beautiful gold bow compliments this print. 100% cotton body, 100% nylon bow. Hand wash, cool iron. Made in Hawaii USA! Photo of bottle wrap.
M'doridori MINI wraps are great for CDs, jewelry boxes and gift cards. Many people never think of wrapping gift cards, but M'doridori makes it simple. Place your gift card on the cardboard base included in the package and wrap! It's so much more festive to give a gift rather than a plain envelope! The cardboard base also eliminates the need for a box, as the item being wrapped, such as small jewelry, can be placed directly on the base and wrapped without a box.
M'doridori SMALL wraps are great for single layer candy boxes, DVDs, t-shirts, blouses and small cookie jars.
M'doridori LARGE wraps are great for dress and shoe boxes, round cookie containers, blankets, and iPads.
M'doridori BOTTLE wraps fit standard wine bottles, some champagne, liquor and water bottles, and cylindrical items with a diameter of about 3". Some of the more creative uses that we've been told about are wrapping a small rolled rug, kitchen towels around a bottle of olive oil, and kokeshi dolls ... makes them look like they're wearing a kimono!
All M'doridori wraps are packaged with a cardboard pad which can be used as a base for wrapping. This eliminates the need for a box, as the item being wrapped, such as clothing, can be placed directly on the cardboard base and wrapped without a box. This is also a great way of wrapping many small items together. Also, being made of fabric (not paper) M'doridori can be used on all shapes, even round containers. M'doridori is versatile, fast, easy to use, and gorgeous!
*Chirimen fabric is a thick, heavy crepe, a crinkled fabric made by the weft threads being kept tighter than the warp threads during the weaving process. Weft threads are twisted as they are woven, resulting in a uneven texture. This weaving technique was developed in Japan over 500 years ago. Chirimen fabric drapes beautifully and is difficult to crease, therefore it is very popular for making kimono.
Patents 8783546, 8777092, D739184 and D754445