Labois Blog is a community dedicated to the know-how of craftspeople and professionals who make products with their own hands.
Woodworkers, painters, ceramicists… we want to dedicate this space to all of them through sharing new ideas, techniques and tools. Whether you are a professional or an amateur, in Labois Blog you will find the latest trends and innovations in handmade crafts and lifestyles.
Are you one of those who spend all your savings to make the trip of the century? Of those who spend all the time uploading photos of alternative spaces and hidden corners? Do you like art and pop culture? If the answer is yes, then you can’t miss this craft shopping guide in Manchester. Located two hours by train from London, Manchester hides some of [...]
Wood chisels or chisels are basic tools for woodworking. They allow a multitude of tasks, from making lace to carving small sculptures. In fact, we could say that they are the equivalent of the brush for the painter. Therefore, it is more than advisable that you have quality chisels if you want to carry out a project efficiently and professionally. But how can we differentiate [...]
Polymer clay is one of the most used composites in the craft market. Makers from all over the world have already tried it and some have even specialized in its use professionally. In Labois we wanted to know in more detail this product, its advantages and applications. What is the polymer clay? Polymer clay arrived in our country more than 6 years ago. Its low [...]
Dedicating yourself to crafts is a challenge. Work and make products with your hands, design with care each of the pieces, define your style ... It is undoubtedly an experience that we recommend to all people, even those who do not want to dedicate themselves in a professional manner. But even if you are the best at your own, it is likely that you will [...]
The idea of having a house in the countryside has been seduced for centuries to people of all conditions. Also to some French monarchs, like Francisco I, who ordered to build one of the most spectacular castles of his time for this purpose: Chambord. In addition to kitchen, living room, bedroom and views of the wild nature, this castle had: 440 rooms, 365 chimneys, 84 [...]
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