Sunday, March 21, 2010

A wonderfull giveaway, and finds from the beach

But first take a look at this great book, that is possibly to win over at Kristin`s blog
she is a very dear and sweet woman.
She is also selling the most wonderfull things, take a look for yourself

look here what I won from Rhonda at A Little Bit French, last week.
Beautifully packed in old french music sheet, and a lovely tag with Marie Antoinette
Inside was this lovely and sweet little fairy needle pillow. Thanks so very much Rhonda,
I just love it, dear.


Mathilde and I just had a tour at the beach, and this is some of the things we brought home

wonderfull driftwoods, old rusty stuff, empty snailshouses, spring flowers,----- and sea blatter.

I took it home to show LISA from Tarnished and Tattered, --are you there sweetie?
and is this something you can use, ??it is not the same as you showed me,I know.Write me dear, if you think you can use it, --------------

I`m a wery bussy grandma for the moment being, so please excuse me for not visiting you every day this week. I will return to all of you dear friends, in one week, again.
Have a lovely sunday,all
Love and hugs


Retro Cafe' Art Gallery said...

Thank you for the lovely mention Dorthe! I love the treasures you found with your grandaughter so sweet!

Silke Powers said...

Oh, how I love to visit your world for a little bit! It's so dreamy and so enchanted! Love that little pillow and the goodies you found at the beach... Much love, Silke

Vicki Boster said...

Oh Dorthe - I love our walks on the beach when we are at our condo. I bring in the neatest beach treasure - drift wood and seaglass are my favorites - but you just never do know what you will find! Your pictures make me long for a beach walk---


ps - I just bet you are having a wonderful tie with your little sweet grand daughter!

My Creative House said...

Oh Dorthe wonderful things you and little Mathilde have found on the beach, alle disse små stykker drivtømmer er skønne, hvor må det være dejligt at opleve naturen med Mathilde, glæder mig til at mine børnebørn bliver lidt større, hyg dig kære ven.
Knus Anni

Lisa said...

THATS IT! You found it!! That is what it looks like before it drys. You need to use some in some mixed media. I'm going to do my next post on resin charms I'm making where I kind of use collage. Maybe you can see what I want to do with it. I wonder if you could send some? Would the post master freak out when it starts smelling bad? Glad your having a fun week with your sweetie. Lisa

Anonymous said...

Oh, Dorthe, there is nothing so much fun as scavenging on the beach! Terrific finds!


Lululiz said...

Beach combing is great fun. We used to do it with the boys when they were little, but of course we mostly ended up with shells. These days it seems to be mostly nasty rubbish which gets washed up on our beach.

Julie Pishny said...


When I saw goodies gathered at the beach I was so hoping it was a giveaway hosted by you. Maybe, next would be lovely to receive treasures from the sea for us land locked folks...

I hope you are doing well, it's always a pleasure to visit you here.

Have you been making any new dolls? I'd love to see them in an etsy shop....maybe someday. :) xo Julie

The Rustic Victorian said...

Hi Dorthe,
I am longing for the beach, to do some beachcombing, to breath the air and smell the salt. I hope you enjoy the grandchilds visit as that is a real treasure to be had. Thank you for your comment. I have made dolls since I was 12,,long time,,not much now though. My Mother had a doll hospital, for antique dolls, and collected and created, so its in my blood. It was good to hear from you.
See you again!

Viola said...

Du hast ja wieder schöne Post bekommen. Hoffe, Du hast viel Spaß mit Deiner Enkelin! :-)