Wednesday, January 10, 2018


With January already out of it`s first week, we are ready, again, to enjoy creating and playing,
and for this weeks Challenge  :  "Feeling Blue - mainly blue "  I enjoyed creating this little panel.
I used one of the new paints , Bright Blue , mixed with a bit of white, on the panel, and letting it dry .
Then the lovely stencil , Mandala was used together with the Metallic Ice Blue ,paint, dabbed through it, twice , -drying in between each layer.

On the other side of panel, I used the tree stencil , first with Potting Soil, and after with Hydrangea, to achieve this dreamy tone.

The butterfly from the new Textures Collection set, was stamped directly onto the background, and after also on white card stock. I painted it with a even more soft tone of the blue and white mix.
Draw up the lines from the stamp with a grey fine liner, and painted the spots , white , then adhered to the panel on top of the already stamped ,one.

The lovely " harlequin "pattern from one of the bigger stencils, I added here and there, also with Hydrangea.
Laces were also painted with the rest of the light blue mix, and adhered to the panel . One of the tiny
boys, from Tim Holz Christmas Paper Dolls, found a place to sit on the lace -holding onto the tree, an d his butterfly in his hand via a silvery thread , from a Christmas gift.He got wings I cut, to suit him,- from a Bits and Pieces Butterflies sheet . They were painted white, and details made with the grey fine liner, -also on his dress I highlighted the details.

Half an affirmation from one of Lynne`s sheets , was stamped onto a piece of painted paper,and
adhered to panel under the boy. I added white dots , around the perimeter , and made some berries to the tree- and the feelers on the butterfly was also defined more, with a fine liner.

This finished my sample for this : feeling Blue , challenge. If you want to play, please visit here  for more details .
The winner will receive this wonderfulgift , to use in the shop !!

I hope to see some of your creations, there.

Hugs and love

Materials used:
Thats Crafty :
Archival Ink: Hydrangea
Archival Ink Weathered Wood
Old lace, white card stock scratch,  reused silver thread .


Karen Larko said...

How beautiful!

Kimberly at ArtJoyStuff said...

Oh Dorthe, what an absolutely darling little fairy!
love and hugs,

Fliss said...

This is absolutely beautiful Dorthe and you've really rocked the blue too. Wonderful details and textures as always.
Hugs, Fliss xx

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

What a fabulous shade of blue you have created by mixing the paints. Your delicately painted butterfly is so beautiful and your sweet little boy is such a happy baby, a real cutie wrapped up in his warm winter woolies. Such an enjoyable piece Dorthe.
Wishing you a wonderful week ahead, creative wishes Tracey xx

Inky and Quirky Designs said...

Such a delicate and beautiful background you’ve made for that enchanted little child Dorthe, I love your symphony in blue, stunning!!
Donna xx

Rein said...

This is lovely!

junemac2 said...

Hi Dorthe i love the soft blues and pretty details on this one, x

craftytrog said...

This is so beautiful and inspiring Dorthe!

froebelsternchen said...

This is another precious piece of you! Just wonderful Dorthe!
Happy weekend ahead !
oxo Susi

Jackie PN said...

Oh Dorthe! How sweet this is!! I just really truly love your layering! You always make it look so effortlessly!
The blue you used is just beautiful!
what an adorable make to move through our frosty winter!
love & hugs,Jackie

Roosterhead Designs said...

Oh my word dear Dorthe this is amazing~
Loving all the shades of blue, and the soft textures surrounding
the 'boy with delicate wings' <3
Beautiful dreamy layers!; both of ink and texture.
Wishing you a wonderful day dear friend : ) Hugs, Karen O

Createology said...

Very BLUEtiful Dorthe Dear. I adore this little cherub boy with his pet Butterfly on a silver string. JOYful January and your amazing creations...<3

Rhonda said...

Very pretty, Dorthe. It's nice to see other bloggers creating and posting on their blog. xxxooo

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

So very pretty, dear Dorthe.
Have a lovely weekend.
Hugs and love,

Anonymous said...

Love this dreamy blue world you have created for your winged boy. xox