I Must Have Flowers by Dorthe Hansen

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My Monday post this week had to be with a flower, as
all around us new Spring flowers emerge. No, you are right, no 
roses yet but then you can see mine, here :-)


Using one of the great uprights from Laura, I started painting
it with the black gesso, when dry, a coat of Crackle Paste and that had dried, I used White
on top. I stamped the beautiful rose from set no. 3 onto craft paper, fussy cut and painted
the white spots, with the lovely new Light Pink paint.


The leaf was painted too and then stamped with the leaf stamp from the same set,
to give a realistic look of leaf. I love the ribbon stamp, also from the same set and decided
to try stamping it onto white cotton. It was fussy cut and also painted with the new paint.
All was stamped with Archival Jet Black.


A scratch of music paper was adhered to the now crackled panel and a white Sari Ribbon
was formed to a bow, adhered to the panel with the rose and leaf on top.
The ribbon I formed to look as if it was tied through the panel top and a lovely 
rose from my stash also adhered to the rose.


The flower had a paint of Rose and Apricot on top of the crackled surface
and onto a piece of paper, also colored with the two same paints, I stamped the
Monet quote, from Fliss`s stamp set 2.
This finished my Upright.

I hope you like the romantic feeling it brings, and wishes you 
a wonderful new week, all.

Hugs and love
Dorthe

Materials used:
That's Crafty! Stamp Set - Textures Collection Set 3
From my stash: Artificial flower, cotton fabric, sari silk 

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18 comments

  1. This is lovely. A good way to start a Monday with some beautiful flowers. Thank you for sharing.

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    1. Thank you Sylvia, so glad you found joy seeing my rose, today :-)

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  2. Wonderful piece sweet Dorthe💕

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    1. Thank you, my dear Melina - Hugs,
      Dorthe, xx

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  3. This is so pretty Dorthe. The rose is gorgeous and love the addition of the muslin which gives lovely texture.
    Fliss xxx

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    1. Thank you Fliss, for your kind words, so appreciated , my friend.
      Hugs, Dorthe

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  4. I love the delicate blush of the flowers, both 2D and 3D against all that fabulous vintage crackle - great work, Dorthe!
    Alison x

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    1. Thank you so much Alison, for your lovely words .
      Hugs from Dorthe

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  5. you have created a beautiful floral piece here Dorthe all set on the wonderful crackle backdrop.
    Love
    Amanda X

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    1. Dear Amanda, thankyou so much, so glad you like it .
      Hugs from me, xx

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  6. A very graceful way to display your beautiful flowers Dorthe, what a clever way to use the ribbon stamp. Your chosen colour is perfect for your delicate design and superb background. Where ever we are in the world it is a pleasure to see the beauty of the rose.
    Creative hugs Tracey xx

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    1. Thank you my dear Tracey, for your lovely words, and yes always a pleasure -
      Big hugs
      Dorthe xx

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  7. What a beauty Dorthe, I love it, especially that gorgeous rose stamp! Have a very happy May, Sue xx

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    1. Thank you Sue , very much, and a Happy May to you, too .
      Hugs, Dorthe xx

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  8. This is UNIQUE and utterly beautiful dear Dorthe! A fantastic project! Hugs, Susi

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    1. Thank you , dear Susi , for your sweet words. Hugs, Dorthe x

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  9. Soooo beautiful my sweetest Dorthe and I’m sure that now all the flowers will start coming out in bloom to compete with your awesome creation
    Hugs
    Donna xx

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    1. Oh , they do Donna, dear friend, thank you - I hope your garden is blooming too .
      Hugs , Dorthe xx

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