hidden memories by puur anders…
Posted in handmade, holland, nature, stylists March 7th, 2011 by pia

Dutch stylist & jewelry designer Miranda van Dijk has just created a beautiful new collection called hidden memories. I’ve known about it for some time, and have found myself going back to Miranda’s website to take ‘one more look’ a number of times over the past couple of months. Drawn to her new work but again last week, I figured it was about time I share it with you here in the (blog)house…

Inspired by the connection between nature and humankind, Miranda has fashioned brooches and necklaces from cotton fabric printed with old photographs. Above are some of the designs she has been working with, and I’m captivated by all of them, but especially love the necklaces. Miranda sells her work in markets around Holland (she was just part of the Swan Market in Rotterdam this weekend), but her work is also for sale online here.Β  And you’ll be rapt to know that Miranda is also offering custom creations as part of this collection, just send her an email.

Now I’m inspired to rummage through my old family albums and email some photos to Miranda… mother’s day is just around the corner.

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18 Comments

  1. Mandy says

    Just beautiful !!!

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  2. B says

    What a beautiful idea!! x

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  3. CALinteriors says

    so beautiful…thanks for the inspiration! …:))

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  4. rossana says

    She is very inspiring and creative ! I’m going to visit her website- Thank you for the link !
    R

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  5. eilish bouchier says

    stunning. gorgeous idea and such sensitive execution. it’s a delight x

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  6. georgina says

    Divine

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  7. sarah-jane down the lane says

    Oh this is divine! Brilliant idea – I must rumage through my photo collection, oh where to start?
    Thank you Pia for sharing Mirandas work,

    Sarah x

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  8. Marleen says

    Wat een mooie sieraden !
    Ik woon in Rotterdam maar ken die markt niet, maar ga het zeker in de gaten houden.
    Bedankt voor het delen !!

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  9. Lorena says

    Interesting memories…

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  10. lisa :: the red thread says

    Wow, they are so divine! You find the best stuff :)

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  11. lisa :: the red thread says

    oh I’m embarrassed that my text emoticon actually turned into a ‘proper’ one… Not sure how that happened… i hate them!

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  12. Christine says

    These are breathtaking! Such an original idea.

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  13. meenal@maison marigold says

    These are truly unique…what a perfect gift for someone special…thanks for sharing, Pia! xx meenal

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  14. michele says

    seeing these took my breath away, and i’m so thrilled to discover the stylist/artist.

    your blog is such a delight to behold–thank you for sharing so much lovely.

    michele

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  15. michele says

    forgot to add:

    come visit anytime, Pia!

    michele
    hellolovelyinc.blogspot.com

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  16. Leslie Oschmann says

    Love – such a nice idea.

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