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Goodful - How To Grow Vegetables From Kitchen Scraps... 11 fruits et légumes que vous ne devriez acheter qu’une seule fois, si vous connaissez ces. Si vous pensez que faire pousser vos propres légumes, c’est compliqué et que ça demande d’avoir un jardin, voici quelques trucs et astuces qui pourraient bien changer votre perception du jardinage.

11 fruits et légumes que vous ne devriez acheter qu’une seule fois, si vous connaissez ces

Et peu importe que vous vivez en ville, dans un petit T1 sans balcon, ou que vous ayez une ferme avec 200 hectares de terres : n’importe qui peut le faire chez soi et très facilement ! Faire pousser de la salade, des carottes, même un ananas (!) , ce n’est pas aussi compliqué que vous ne le pensez : il suffit de manger vos légumes comme vous le faites d’habitude, d’utiliser les restes pour les recycler… pour en faire pousser d’autres ! Du coup, plus besoin d’acheter une nouvelle fois ces aliments, ni même de vous en occuper constamment.

Parce qu’ils poussent presque tout seuls et sans avoir besoin de graines ! Pas besoin d’être un pro du jardinage, il faut juste suivre ces quelques étapes et prendre en compte certains facteurs pour que ça marche. @Top tropicals.com 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. Cosmétiques maison. Comment fabriquer son gel douche écologique et bio ! Sewing 101: recycled paper basket. Thanks to a few recent online purchases, I had an enormous pile of long brown packing paper strips in my studio.

sewing 101: recycled paper basket

I couldn’t bear to just recycle it; it seemed to have so much crafty potential. So tasked with the challenge of creating a project to help get organized for the new year, I decided to turn that pile of paper into a woven basket. Folded into strips and edged with stitching, the paper took on a whole new quality that calls to mind upholstery webbing or even leather.

This project is super easy to do, takes only an afternoon and is a great way to give new life to leftover materials. Let’s get started! Read the full how-to after the jump! Materials long lengths of paper (I used packing paper, but wallpaper scraps or gift wrap would work great, too.)sewing machineglue or hot gluepaperclips Instructions 1. Starting with a large piece of paper (mine was 30″ wide), begin folding the strips. Next, sew along one edge of the strip, about 1/8″ or so from the folded edge. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Repeat - Mason Jars. Yes, they are everywhere.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Repeat - Mason Jars

Yes, I have posted on them before. And yes, I am still smitten! How could I not be? They are affordable. Sometimes free. I should note...I'm a little obsessed with how the matte black came out and have more outside drying as I type this. Then, in my Pinterest crazed obsession, I found this little DIY image. This led me to trying my own version with a milk jar, fabric marker and glue gun.... She's not perfect, but I love that about her. For all you DIYers with questions on how to or the materials used for this project...I did a follow up post that can be found here. » Sweet DIY Votives - Fellow Fellow.

Here’s what you’ll need: 1.

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Measure the height and circumference of your jar, and cut strips of fabric to roughly fit (approx. 1cm wide – doesn’t have to be perfect). 2. In your small cup, pour in some glue and dilute it with a bit of water (about 1:2), mix well. It should be the consistency of slightly thicker water.. yes, I know I’m being vague but it shouldn’t make much difference to the end result. 3. Note: – I find that it’s ok to have fabric going above the top of your jar because it can be easily cut off after it’s dried. – I don’t mind the look of the overlapping lines of fabric once the candle is lit, but if you do try not to overlap the strips in the gluing process. ** Please only use only battery operated tea-lights (not real candles). Thank you, your sign-up request was successful! Given email address is already subscribed, thank you! Please provide a valid email address. Trucs et astuces. Méthodes de conservation.