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Natural Fiber “Mini-Mini” Gift Bags – assorted color mix, set of 4 – $6.95

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Natural Fiber “Mini-Mini” Gift Bags – assorted color mix, set of 4


Notes/Special Instructions (if any):

Exceptionally durable (and bio-degradable), our natural fiber abaca mini bags are beautiful and an eco-friendly alternative to paper or petroleum-based plastic bags and nylon organza pouches.

The assorted mix available as shown in main product image in the colors Mango, Moss Green, Eggplant and Terra Cotta.

You can also order all one color on this page by clicking on specific color (on color box) or if ordering several sets, indicate color choices on the “notes/special instructions box”.  Please call 831.869.8355 if you have any questions or send an email to

This size fits exactly 2 mini jelly jars, though you can use in a myriad of other ways too!

The natural fiber gift bags are the perfect size to contain jewelry, soaps, wedding favors or whenever you need just the right natural gift container for your carefully chosen gift.

Alternative to paper gift bags abaca mini bagNotes:

  • all abaca textiles used in Native Leaf products are hand-woven in backyard bamboo looms — a long process requiring much patience
  • we use only Class abaca (sinamay) textile — check out the details, from the weave to the handles and you will see that the bags are super sturdy and will not fray
  • color swatches or what you see on-screen may not match dye colors exactly (we think you will find our actual dyed materials more beautiful).
  • we do not use chemicals to prepare or mordant our leaves and abaca textile — please note that seasonal differences of leaves and abaca fibers, weather and dye batches may affect color shades.

Closely related to the banana,  abaca is a giant herbaceous plant native to the Philippine and valued for its super strong and flexible fiber.  Abaca fibers are used for rope, cordage, twine, marine cable, pulp and specialty paper (hence, the name “manila envelopes” after the capital of the Philippines). It is also woven into textiles and is naturally lustrous in appearance.

Interested in more about the abaca plant?  Find out more by visiting our Plant Source Page.

Abaca Sinamay Weavers

Please note:  when placing an order, please leave your phone number in the “Notes / Special Instruction Box” in the event that we have questions about your order or color selection.  Thank you!

Additional Details: From Class A Abaca textile, handwoven in backyard bamboo & wood looms

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