Friday, February 26, 2016

Japanese Kimono Gift Wrapping Papers Review & Giveaway


Japanese Kimono Gift Wrapping Papers: 12 Sheets of High-Quality 18 x 24 inch Wrapping Paper Paperback – released December 8, 2015 by Tuttle Publishing. A book of removable gift wrapping papers featuring 12 distinctive kimono designs in a variety of color schemes and patterns. The papers are folded to fit into the book and can be easily removed by tearing along a perforated line. When removed and opened each sheet measures 18 x 24 inches. The kimono is an enduring symbol of traditional Japanese culture, translated it means 'the thing worn'. A 2 page introduction provides insight into the role of the kimono in Japanese society including garment color, pattern and motif. Tuttle gift wrapping papers make your gift look special. In addition, the papers are suitable for all sorts of craft projects. Get yours below!





Japanese Kimono Gift Wrapping Papers is available worldwide at Tuttle Publishing. Check out their unique catalog, rooted in Asian culture, language and history at Tuttle Publishing.

Tuttle Publishing has generously offered to giveaway a copy of Japanese Kimono Gift Wrapping Papers. One winner will be selected at random. Good luck! Canadian and USA addresses. Until March 12, 2016.



39 comments:

  1. I would love to give the Tuttle Japanese for Kids Flash Cards Kit as a gift to my son as he is learning Japanese.

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  2. I would like Steamy Kitchen's cookbook with Jaden

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  3. Their Ultimate Origami for Beginners Kit would make a perfect gift!

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  4. Easy Chinese Recipes is a book i would like

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  5. I'd love the easy chinese recipe book! Thanks for the giveaway <3

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  6. The Adorable Felted Animals book looks like fun! eyreka1@gmail dot com

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  7. I'd like to receive the book "Paper Relief Art Chinese Style".

    Donna L.
    naloe@hotmail dot com

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  8. The Steamy Kitchen Cookbook looks tasty! http://www.tuttlepublishing.com/bestsellers/steamy-kitchen-cookbook

    Thanks for hosting.

    Besos, Sarah
    Journeys of The Zoo

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  9. Chinese Knotting looks to be an interesting book.

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  10. I love the Colors of Asia coloring book. It looks like it would be fun!

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  11. I'd like to get the Ultimate Origami for Beginners Kit.

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  12. I also like the origami beginners kit

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  13. Origami Greeting Cards would be a great book!

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  14. I really like their mini butterfly book.

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  15. I would like to read North Korea confidential

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  16. I think that "Kirigami Greeting Cards and Gift Wrap" looks really interesting!

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  17. I would like The Adorable Felted Animals book! Looks beautiful!

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  18. I like the Wok Cooking Made Easy book because I love to cook.

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  19. Ultimate origami for beginners.

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  20. abrennan09@hotmail.com
    I think my husband would like "Bruce Lee: The Art of Expressing the Human Body."

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  21. Ultimate Wrap Bracelets Kit looks like a good book from which to learn a new skill.

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  22. I really like the Chinese Knotting book!

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  23. The Sultan's Kitchen, cookbook is something I'd like to get.

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  24. Love the oriental patterns and delicate designs with the touch of red.

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  25. Batik, Traditional Textiles of Indonesia

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  26. The Sultans Kitchen

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  27. Id love the Everyday Bento book!

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  28. The Dharma Delight book looks like a great way to learn more about Buddhism! Very cool!

    kcindyloo at gmail dot com

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  29. I have never seen the Geek series before I would love to have a lot of them to share with my family. I think my son would especially like A Geek in Japan.

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  30. I would love Chinese Knotting book!

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  31. I'd love the Sew Sweet Handmade Clothes for Girls.

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  32. I'd like Dharma delight.

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  33. I love the Origami Studio Kit and would enjoy using it with my Nephew!

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  34. I would like the Chinese Silk Gift Wrapping Papers too!

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  35. I would love the Let's Learn Mandarin Chinese Kit !!

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