Giveaway: a custom package from Puur Anders


Welcome Puur Anders, we're happy you are doing a giveaway with us!

What you can win this week :: a custom package that contains a silver necklace with a leaf pendant, and a custom made notebook printed with your own photograph from Puur Anders.

What you have to do :: leave a comment below telling us, where do you think the Puur Anders collection should be featured (this could be an online magazine, blog…ect)?


Miranda van Dijk is the creator behind Puur Anders. Everything is handmade by her on fabric that has been printed with an old photograph. Miranda loves to make up short stories, especially about the relationship between nature and humankind. You can read her short stories and what inspires her – on her blog.

..Puur Anders

GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED :: the winner is Mimi K, congratulations! If you didn't win this giveaway – do not fret because another one is happening right now.

Bloesem loves comments
  1. GariAnn Hedquist

    This is an amazing giveaway… I would love to have my grandfather (who just recently passed) immortalized into such a heirloom item!! I think that Purr Anders would be great featured on blog’s as well as in artisan magazines!!

  2. Karate

    Maybe Ancestry.com/.ca/.au, genealogical websites, How To Be A Retronaut, Before They Were Grandparents, historical magazines, etc.

  3. Jennyroo

    I think this collection should be available in the gift shop of art galleries. Many art galleries here in Canada have a beautifully curated selection of gifts available to purchase and I think these would fit in perfectly!

  4. lance

    I think these would’ve perfect in museum gift shops

  5. demie

    Hi! I would love to participate on your giveaway!
    Miranda’s work is beautiful, well made and very original – I just tok a look at her etsy shop –
    she should be featured in places like poppytalk, uppercase, artmag, oh comely ( her stories also ), spoonful
    and surely a lot of other places I don’t know of : )

  6. Berenice

    Wow what beautiful work! I think it belongs in a magazine or an exhibit! I could see this being sold on Modcloth.com!

  7. rosanne

    I think it should be featured in magazine ‘Flow’. I love it!

  8. Anke Hoekstra

    Wow, I love the jewelry and the notebooks. I think magazines like Frankie Australia, Flow Magazine and Dutch VT wonen could feature the jewelry and other products. Love, Anke

  9. Marieke

    wow, that necklace! museumshops would be great (Boijmans!), but for custom orders you need other media, for example Flavourites.nl

  10. Bahar

    Hi, I love Puur Anders’ jewelery and have been watching projects for a long time, this is art and online art magazine is a great idea.Loves:)

  11. esther brill

    How beautiful. I think different blogs would be great to present the collection.

  12. sacha

    I love this giveaway- my father recently put together a slideshow of his grandfather’s exploits and I’d love to give him a journal with one of those photos on it. I think that Purr Anders would be a wonderful online art mag.

  13. becca

    Wow, the puur anders jewelry is so beautiful. I think this line should be featured everywhere. Places like art galleries and small boutiques. A local store called magpie jewellery, national galleries and blogs and magazines.

  14. Ella Mae

    This is a great giver away…such beautiful items that are very relevant to a current project I am working on! I believe that they would work well being featured in Selvedge magazine or Oh Comely magazine.

  15. erin

    museum shops for sure. Holocaust museum? The work is beautiful

  16. Mimi K

    Museum shops, in an online magazine such as Covet Garden, at a design market like the Finder’s Keepers one I’ve just been too.
    They’re lovely objects.

  17. Silke

    Such a wonderful work!
    Perfect for the webside or the shop of craft2eu.net.

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