Maeva is a graphic designer and illustrator, and makes adorable decorations with origami. She shares her sweet and poetic universe on her blog and online store MaevArt. Today, we find it for a DIY that children will love, a jellyfish to make from a plastic bottle.
We had left Natacha very proud of her DIY Christmas decorations, here she is again, in great shape to tell us about her disappointments with the Christmas trees… Dear readers, it will not have escaped you, the time is up, this is it , we can no longer pretend today: Christmas is getting too close for us to act as if we had not seen the fairy lights reflected in all the windows of our neighbors.
Thanks to the advice of experts from the Plant Clinic, learn the good gestures of the gardener. Today, Philippe explains how to take care of your garden in winter. Follow his analysis and recommendations on video! Watch the video Preparing the pruning of trees In this cold and humid period, there is not much left to harvest, except a few fruits, like some varieties of apples, or some vegetables, like leeks and some cabbage.
From the moment when insulation works are part of the improvement of a home, various subsidies or assistance may be granted. An investment now acclaimed by many French people who see the opportunity to significantly reduce their energy bill.
Sometimes the simplest ideas are the most successful, and a few minutes are enough to transform an ordinary object into a completely singular object with a lot of character. Today, we are going to learn how to transform tree branches into a nice decorative object for your interior. The equipment - a spray of colored paint (preferably low pressure) - fishing line or a cotton cord - scissors - fine and very dry tree branches - a protective tarp Budget: around 5 € Duration: 30 minutes Steps 1.
Built almost 800 years ago, the Royaumont Abbey, located in a protected environment, still stands today in the middle of ponds and forests. Its cloister and refectory are among the most remarkable and its magnificent gardens are ideal for strolling and exploring. Justine Marin, chief gardener of the Abbey tells us a little more about the three gardens established in the 4 hectare park.