Rosy Card by Dorthe Hansen

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I hope your weekend was only great, and enjoyable, dear friends.
Monday and I?m back with a card created onto a piece of White Greyboasr.
It was painted over with Brown and White mixed to beige,
drying while I stamped the Rose stamp, onto plain copy paper, in black ink.


Leaves stencil, and  Mandela stencil were used in left and right side of panel
with Texture Paste - and the postage stamp also from Set 3- was stamped
upper left corner , and under the leaves-


The stamped rosed were adhered to panel, and a water diluted Green used
to paint the stenciled areas ,and the roses , till showing a soft green tone.


I crumpled a brown paperbag , saved from the binn, and 
together with a piece of gauze also painted with the green diluted color, it was
adshered to the bag of panel , together with the string of gauze. 
Around the leaves and down the middle, I highlighted with a black fineliner.


I piece of silk ribbon in brown was attached to make it a hanging card .

Thank you for today :-)

Hugs and love, Dorthe  

Products used :
That`s Crafty White Greyboard panel 10,5 x 15 cm 

From my stash:

Black fineliner, brown reused paperback, gauze, and brown silk ribbon. 



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19 comments

  1. The depth you have achieved with the leaf stencil and paste is amazing Dorthe and those soft greens really help to make it all pop. I always search for those hidden extras within your designs, like the little saved brown paper sweetly crumpled.. Your designs just wouldn't be the same without those personal touches. A beautiful piece full of dimension and ready to proudly display.
    Hugs Tracey xx

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    1. Dear Tracey, I`m so happy for your words, as I can`t imagine creating without those extras :-) It would not be me, if I left them out- and sometimes , I even feel there are not enough in my creations. I have good savings of brown paper bags and such , lol- to reuse is great :-) Do you have bags with such, too ? Thank you for your loving words.
      Big hugs to you, from Dorthe , xx

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  2. Dorthe, this is so beautiful! I love the organics of this piece and the palette you chose simply fills my heart with joy! So Spring!
    Jackie xoxo

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    1. Thank you dear Jackie, I always enjoy your visits here, and your lovely words, always makes me smile from joy !!
      Hugs, Dorthe, xoxo

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  3. WOW...a true breath of Spring. The outline makes the beautiful shades of color so alive and I love all the little bits and bobs you have used.

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    1. Dear Sylvia, thank you you are so kind, I`m happy you like my make . I hope all is well ?
      Dorthe, xx

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  4. Wonderful colour and texture. Beautiful piece dear Dorthe!

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    1. Thank you og tusind tak , dear,søde Melina ! Knus xoxo

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  5. A really beautiful nature themed creation Dorthe. Such lovely serene colours and gorgeous texture as always.
    Fliss xxx

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    1. Thank you sweet Fliss, I`m thankful you like it, as I know you are more of a bolder colors, girl :-) Hugs to you- xxx

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  6. I am in love with this precious wonderful piece of art Dorthe! AMAZING!

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    1. Oh , thank you so very much Susi , you make me so happy !! xx

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  7. Such a gorgeous piece dear Dorthe, - you always manage to add such wonderful textureal elements to your work and those soft minty green tones are just beautiful!!

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    1. Dear Astrid , thank you very much, I do like to work with the softer tones , and I do like the Thats crafty texture paste :-)
      Hugs from Dorthe

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  8. A really beautiful creation sweet Dorthe and I just love the colour palette you’ve used here too. The mint green really gives a zesty pop, wonderful
    Hugs
    Donna xx

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    1. Lovely lady, thank you so much Donna- I know you are so busy , so thank you for visiting - Hugs, xx

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  9. Excellent job! I love how the paper bag was incorporated and the roses look so alive! Happy creating, my friend.

    xo
    SuZeQ

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    1. Thank you very much Sue, so glad to see you commenting, I hope you are much better, dear friend.
      Hugs, Dorthe

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  10. Dorthe, I am ashamed to say I haven't inked up that beautiful rose - I must remember to do this. A gorgeous creation, with your always sympathetic connection with nature. The leaves look so real and I like the use of the mandala stencil, bringing even more elegance to this creation.
    Gorgeously delicate xx

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