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Native Leaf’s natural gift packaging at Indie Craft Fair – Somos Gallery

Handwoven Abaca Textile Mini Gift BagsWe will be at the Make & Bake Indie Craft Fair this Friday and Saturday, at the Somos Gallery.

Come out and get a head start on your holiday gift giving, and buy direct from local artisans!

And then stop by Native Leaf’s exhibit area for your handcrafted gift packaging.

After all…you’ve taken all that time to find the perfect gift, so put it in handmade gift packaging appreciated just as much as the gift itself.

We’ve assembled gift packaging kits for the holiday season, including our gift sets that combine natural fiber boxes, gift tote (perfect for plants, orchids, as a gourmet food basket, and reusable as a lunch tote), packaged with hand-woven mini gift bags and gift pouches, in terrific nature and jewel inspired color themes.

Below is an example of how one can use our box set as an open gift box to contain jam and jelly jars. These natural fiber gift boxes are available in our square tote gift sets as well as in our hand-woven abaca textile gift bag sets.

Gift Kits 2014 natural gift box set

Photo above of our small, hand-woven pandanus box gift set in colors eggplant and orchid pink.

And photo gallery above features our 7-piece square bottom tote bag in Mango and Eggplant, and contains 2 medium size gift boxes, 2 pouches and 2 mini abaca gift bags.

Indie Craft Fair MakeNBake

Our packaging is super durable, reusable….and an earth-friendly alternative to commercial gift wrapping and paper gift packaging from the mall and big box stores.

More information on the Indie Craft Fair on flyer at left, or seeĀ details on Monterey County Weekly’s Art and Exhibitions Calendar, here.

If you are in the Monterey Bay area and neighboring counties, we hope to see you at the Somos Gallery in Old Town Salinas this Friday and Saturday!

Friday is also First Friday Artwalk in Old Town, and a great way to visit various art galleries, stores, listen to live music and to enjoy the area.


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