The association of tartan with Christmas comes from the Scots, specifically those descended from the Celts. The festivities involved the burning of the Yule log and kissing under the mistletoe (a fertility rite). The decorating of trees and the use of the holly flower were also said to be made popular by the Celts. In fact today the Scots still see tartan as a Christmas thing only. This tradition is celebrated with our Christmas plaid wrap.
The foil wraps can be re-used up to 20 times. Ribbon shown in photo is for display only. Foil wraps are not recyclable.