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April 17, 2024
Everything you need to know about Furoshiki art

he ancient art of furoshiki is much more than just a wrapping method. It is a tribute to Japanese elegance, sustainability and innovation, and a celebration of the marriage of...

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Everything you need to know about recycled cotton...

Recycled cotton, as its name suggests, is obtained from used textiles or post-industrial cotton waste. These materials are collected, sorted and then transformed into reusable cotton fibers. This ingenious process...

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Rethinking the Advent calendar

Article by Kawaii, the ninja mom. Of Germanic origin, the Advent calendar appeared at the beginning of the 19th century. At that time, Protestant families used to distribute pious images...

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Wrapping with a square of fabric, easy?

Absolutely fastidious! Need nothing! Goodbye to the roll of tape and its dispenser that scratches your fingers. Goodbye to the pieces of tape that twist around themselves and end up...

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Publications on Carédeau: throwback

First of all, a big thank you because since its launch, Carédeau has received a lot of encouragement and very positive feedback. I was able to meet a large number...

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A CHRISTMAS IN RED...LIKE SANTA

Said, why does Santa Claus dress in red ? And no, it's not the Coca-Cola drink brand that gave birth to the scarlet color of Santa's clothes. I was looking...

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Carédeau Reusable Gift Paper launches the WRAP EVERYTHING WITH CAREDEAUⓇ challenge

Hello, for a while I have been looking for ideas for wrapping gifts of all sizes. We have already packed a book, or a toy box with Carédeau, but why...

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Numerous TUTORIALS for making your own homemade barrier mask

On March 27, AFNOR (French Standardization Association) published a guide to requirements for the manufacture of barrier masks. It is a 36-page document (Afnor Spec S76-001) highlighting the various tests...

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How did you spend Christmas?

Christmas with children is always a great time, especially when they still believe in Santa Claus! Did Santa Claus come to your house on the evening of December 24? Or...

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