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November flowers

Now that we’ll see less and less flowers in nature let’s put them on our bicycle bags. My magnolia print for Basil is featured on many bags, bicycle bells and saddle covers and soon available over here. Not only in poppy red, but also in stylish grey with pastels, blackberry and teal blue. Read more about my work in my november newsletter.

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BASIL bicycle bags

For my client Basil I designed a floral print for bicycle bags. A print that had to visible from 20 metres distance and attract different client groups. We chose the magnolia as it is such a breathtaking flower that will surely grab your attention. The very solid and waterproof bags are available in different shapes and colour ways and available at the beginning of November 2017.

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hand painted Japanese porcelain

News in september

Whether it’s a traditional dyeing or embroidery technique or handcrafted porcelain: I find Japan absolutely inspiring. See what designs it inspired me to make it in my september newsletter over here.

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Roses everywhere

Roses were in bloom everywhere in my garden this past month. See what it inspired me to make over here in my July newsletter.

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stationery designs dieuwertje van de moosdijk

Poppy galore

What’s not to like about June? All the roses are opening up and in the fields poppies are showing their pretty faces. Have a look on some of my new poppy designs in my June newsletter.

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DIY botanische sunprints

On the lovely Dutch website Stylink I’m sharing my tips and tricks on making botanical sun prints. You can read it over here, it’s a DIY in Dutch. Would you like to experiment with making sun prints too? Read my DIY in English over here.

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DIY PORTABLE FLOWER PRESS

If you love long walks, like I do, and always encounter beautiful leaves and flowers on your way, you could bring a portable flower press. I never bring my wooden press – far too heavy – and made this light weight one. Just cut three pieces of card board to the desired size (e.g. 15 x 15 cm), cut six pieces of tissue paper and layer them until you have a nice little bundle. Perfect fit for a postage rubber band, or for four small rubber bands. Easy does it!

HOW TO MAKE A FLOWER PRESS

 

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