What does the future hold?
Some beautifully wrapped gifts, only the Palmist can say for certain. The reverse side is the most mesmerizing zebra pattern we ever did see, this duo is pure magic. Palmist/ Equus Divinati is part of our on-trend everyday gift wrap collection, The Oracle, designed by professional patternista, Holli Zollinger.
We believe in beautifully wrapped gifts but not at the expense of the environment. Wrappily offers a new take on wrapping paper. Using neighborhood printing presses, great patterns are printed on 100% recycled, recyclable and compostable newsprint—an answer to the millions of tons of trash generated by wrapping paper every year. This paper is reversible, offering two complementary patterns per sheet.
BORING (BUT USEFUL) STUFF
3 reversible gift wrap sheets come flat and folded with complementary gift tag stickers. Sheet size is 21.5" x 34".
Recycled newsprint printed with soy-based inks.
Packaging is plastic-free, made of certified biodegradable/ compostable PLA.
Milled, printed, and packaged in Washington State for the shortest possible supply chain.
ABOUT THE COMPANY
Wrap, rip, recycle! Wrappily is a sustainably smart, new take on wrapping paper. Using neighborhood newspaper presses, Wrappily takes great patterns and prints them on recycled, premium-grade newsprint. 100% compostable and recyclable newsprint is an answer to over four million of tons of trash every year attributed to gift wrap and bags ever year.
Burdened with guilt and belief that a better solution existed combined with a life-long love of old fashioned printing presses and a decade of experience in the printing industry, Sara started Wrappily in 2013. Her mission: to answer a global need for a smarter, more sustainable gift wrap. Wrappily is headquartered on Maui though all of the paper is milled, printed, and packaged in Washington State.
Wrappily further works to green-up giving with an annual design contest that takes the company's mission even further. With ‘we love nature’ as a rallying cry, Wrappily encourages artists and designers from around the globe to submit nature-inspired patterns. During the week of Earth Day, the Wrappily community votes on their favorite designs, determining the winning patterns that will go to press and be added to our shop. The intent is to fund both global and local environmental nonprofit agencies that are on the ground doing great work.