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Welcome at our blog!
From time to time I write little articles about what keeps us busy and going at home and at work. From colourful design and interior to sustainable crafts, life hacks and reusable baby butt whipes ;).

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verven met planten (Dutch)

In de kringloop kwam ik een stencilboekje uit de jaren 70 tegen ‘Verven met planten’. Omdat ik gek ben op textiel en interesse heb ik natuurlijk verven als alternatieve techniek voor de texiel- en modeindustrie wekte het gelijk m’n interesse. Het boekje van Constance Groenendijk-Niewhoff staat vol recepten die je thuis

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an introduction to Wimpy – the wool wizard

Years ago I watched my grandmother mend a cardigan she had worn already for 30 years and it lasted until she passed away. It inspired me to start repairing clothes too and over time I learned more techniques and enjoyed the satisfaction of a saved garment more each time. I fantasized

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organic baby soap bars

After introducing Bubble Buddy a few years ago, many people asked me where they could buy soap bars because they wanted to make the switch (from bottles to bars). They just didn’t know where to go after their first cleaner bar ran out. I send them in many directions, such as

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the soap shop

Since I first started picking up waste near the Maas (a river in Rotterdam) in 2009, I started to wonder if we could still live without plastic detergent bottles. Well actually yes, it’s pretty easy, the best alternative has been around for centuries: Bar Soap. Bar soap can be wrapped in

read more
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how to make liquid soap from bars

Liquid soap is not more hygienic than bars of soap, however it is much more expensive because you buy a lot of water and a plastic bottle. If you are a fan of liquid soap anyway you can use this recipe to make safe, organic, cheap and plastic free liquid soap.

read more

blog

Welcome at our blog!
From time to time I write little articles about what keeps us busy and going at home and at work. From colourful design and interior to sustainable crafts, life hacks and reusable baby butt whipes ;).

foekje fleur

verven met planten (Dutch)

In de kringloop kwam ik een stencilboekje uit de jaren 70 tegen ‘Verven met planten’. Omdat ik gek ben op textiel en interesse heb ik natuurlijk verven als alternatieve techniek voor de texiel- en modeindustrie wekte het gelijk m’n interesse. Het boekje van Constance Groenendijk-Niewhoff staat vol recepten die je thuis

read more
foekje fleur

an introduction to Wimpy – the wool wizard

Years ago I watched my grandmother mend a cardigan she had worn already for 30 years and it lasted until she passed away. It inspired me to start repairing clothes too and over time I learned more techniques and enjoyed the satisfaction of a saved garment more each time. I fantasized

read more
foekje fleur

organic baby soap bars

After introducing Bubble Buddy a few years ago, many people asked me where they could buy soap bars because they wanted to make the switch (from bottles to bars). They just didn’t know where to go after their first cleaner bar ran out. I send them in many directions, such as

read more
foekje fleur

the soap shop

Since I first started picking up waste near the Maas (a river in Rotterdam) in 2009, I started to wonder if we could still live without plastic detergent bottles. Well actually yes, it’s pretty easy, the best alternative has been around for centuries: Bar Soap. Bar soap can be wrapped in

read more
foekje fleur

how to make liquid soap from bars

Liquid soap is not more hygienic than bars of soap, however it is much more expensive because you buy a lot of water and a plastic bottle. If you are a fan of liquid soap anyway you can use this recipe to make safe, organic, cheap and plastic free liquid soap.

read more