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Organza bags (various colors)


Organza bags (various colors)


Organza bags (various colors)


Beautiful small organza bags in various colors - at competitive prices!



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Organza is a thin, loose textured textile. Traditionally, the fabric is made of silk, but modern shapes consist of synthetic yarns such as polyester or nylon. Organza is used for luxury clothes, such as wedding dresses.

A gift, gift or present is something given to someone. Gifts are often given to give a more congratulations, for example at a birthday. Gifts are often packed in a specially designed gift paper to enhance the curiosity of what's in it. Not every culture is the same with receiving gifts. For example, in Suriname, it is customary not to extract a gift immediately after receiving it, so as not to offend the giver if the gift does not fall into taste. So it's also a taboo soap gift, to avoid the suggestion that the recipient would stink. In Japan, a bunch of gifts are given to never be unpacked, but only passed on. The donor often does not know what he / she is giving because it has just been recently received and of course it has not been unpacked. This is not usually about birthday gifts, but for presentations for business relations. In Switzerland, it is best to do not tear the gift paper while unpacking to avoid getting deplorable. In addition to material gifts (which are donated to someone), there are also intangible gifts. For example, a former patient may experience a cure as a gift, or someone may have seen it from someone who has not been seen and missed a gift as a gift.