DIY while recycling our table setting products - more to come!

by Mirella "Lulu" Di Blasio

DIY while recycling our table setting products - more to come!

August 2nd, 2016,

The party was a success, your guests have praised you for your hosting talents and your culinary mastery (or your choice of catering, depending); all have gone home satisfied and starry-eyed... and now you have to clean up.

Doubtless that part of the collection you have used will end in the trash. What is not stained can go to the recyling bin, of course. But there is another way to give a second life to our beautiful products: crafting!

We are working on a nice little article with Emilie (witness the concentration!) and her mother Cybele, who toyed with some of our products to create bookmarks and to decorate a shoebox and turn it into a treasure chest.

More to come real soon!



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