Monday, June 18, 2018

MYSTERY AWAITS.....


Here in Denmark, -this week we welcome Sct.Hans evening the 23th,--
if you want to know more about this evening, here is a link to a short explanation.


Well ,-Sct Hans is always surrounded by a bit of mystery , and that made me reach 
for one of Lynne`s new stampsets , and create this.


As always you can see the whole project, following this link :



Wishing you all a wonderful week.
Hugs and love
Dorthe 

9 comments:

froebelsternchen said...

A fantastic page is this! You never ever cease to amaze me with your projects Dorthe!! I love all the texture and I am amazed with the coloration as well! Sanct Hans sounds fantastic - a bit like our Midsummer Festival fires here around this time.
Happy new week to you !
Love from
Susi

Dortesjs said...

ihhh ser spændende ud, kikker over på linket..

Sue said...

This is so lovely Dorthe, your brick wall is so delicate, it must be a tiny stencil - just perfect! Have a lovely week, Sue xx

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

Mondays are always brighter with your posts dear Dorthe, a beautiful journal display using stencils and stamps, using just the right words.
The mystery of Sankt Hans.. How I would love to see this celebration, I hope the night will be rain free and the skies clear. Enjoy the festivities.
Monday Hugs Tracey xx

Fliss said...

Really love your secret garden Dorthe and such beauty hidden behind the walls too. Love it!
Fliss xxx

Astrid Maclean said...

I have just been over Dorthe and it is a truly stunning piece! We call St Hans Saint Johns here and in the school I used to work we always celebrated it, usually with a long walk and a midsummer fire at the end. I will go off now to check out your link, to see how you celebrate it in Denmark. I know it is a big festival in Scandinavia..

Astrid Maclean said...

After reading the St Hans description I am back again, just to say, - what an interesting read.... Never heard of the festival being associated with witches, but I guess it harks back to the Walpurgis night somehow or also Halloween, though that is celebrated on the night before the first of May and 1st of November just roughly between midsummer and midwinter...I love festivals and their ancient traditions....

butterfly said...

Just seen and loved this over at TC - and I've been playing with the same flowers, which you'll see later in the week!
Alison x

Jackie P Neal said...

Sweet Dorthe1 Again you have created such a beautiful and inspiring piece! I just love this Mysterious garden and Lynne's words are perfect for it!
Well done!
huge hugs,Jackie xo