Tuesday, January 16, 2018


Yes Wendy opened her beautiful SIMPLY NEUTRALS  again, for us to share 
all kind of neutrals , : nature ,- creations, and what else you can think of .

If you want to read about it , please have a look here :

My choice today, is two decorations from my home - 
the white urn with a real birds nest found in nature , on the ground,  and with a lovely old 
cotton bird resting inside . The shoes I found on a flea market !!

The other photo is a beautiful old tart tin, I was gifted by my dear friend Lynne,--
here decorated with an old corsage pinn.

Thank you so much my dear Wen, for starting this beautiful party again, I`m sure many have missed it , and am so happy to see you back.

Hugs and love 


Julia @ Vintage with Laces said...

Your vignettes are beautiful, dear Dorthe. I love the bird sitting in a real nest and the pin on corsage is adorable.
Have a wonderful evening! :)
Hugs and love,

AppleApricot Wen said...

Hello sweet friend, thank you for your sweet words and for linking up to Simply Neutrals, I know how busy you are, so I feel very much blessed to have you join the party. Your decorations are so gorgeous, how I would love to find a beautiful bird's nest like that! You have created a very beautiful decor piece with the nest on the lovely tattered urn and the bird on top of it! And how sweet is dear Lynne to gift you such a beautiful tart tin. Is the old corsage something of your own family heritage, dear? Sending you big hugs and love, xx

Jackie PN said...

Hello Dorthe,
Your vignettes are so lovely! That corsage is the best! I love that you were able to save it!
hugs,Jackie xx

Sugar Lump Studios said...

So very sweet and lovely are your neutral pieces around your home! I would love to see your home, as I have been reading about "Hygge" from a book my son gave me at Christmas. :-)
Happy New Year Dear Dorthe!


Rhonda said...

Beautiful Dorthe, I just joined in for Simply Neutrals!!!

Dortesjs said...

Uhhh wild med din opsats super vintage. skøn fugl osse, sødt med de små barnesko osse ved siden af ;O))

suziqu's thread works said...

Oh both these vignettes are gorgeous dear Dorthe. Love that nest sitting so happily in your urn with the cotton bird and the corsage is just so beautiful - it looks very old sitting in the great tart tin from Lynne.
So great to be back blogging together with SNT again!
Much love and warm hugs to you my friend,
Suzy xx

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

How fabulous Dorthe your gifts and neutral finds combine together so perfectly. Those sweet little shoes must tell a very cheerful story we would hope. What a lovely calming group (I had to pop over and take a peek!) I look forward to seeing your regular little collections again soon.
Time for bed now.. sweet dreams Tracey xx

Diane Porazzo said...

Hi Dorthe,
Just wanted to let you know that I love your work...I enjoy going visiting your site and seeing all your lovely creations.

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

I adore your neutrals vignettes,dear Dorthe. Have a lovely week.
Sending hugs and love,

froebelsternchen said...

Beautiful decorations Dorthe!

Karen Larko said...

Dorthe, love your collection of neutrals! Makes me want to sort through some of my own collections. Thanks for sharing.

Lace Age Girl said...

Hello Dear Dorthe,
I love your bird's nest - aren't they the most wonderful creations? And your bird looks perfect in that home. Vignettes are such fun to do, aren't they? I love arranging treasures in a pleasing display. Your rusty-looking tart tin makes a great background for your corsage, too. You've inspired me - I need to get better at presenting just neutrals. It's a real skill, and you have it, my friend :)

Love and hugs to you for a happy week.
Jesse XXX

Roosterhead Designs said...

Hello friend~
Beautiful vintage neutrals Dorthe!
I'm so glad you shared~~ Happy to have SNT's back. : )
Great bird you have
tucked in the real nest; and it is a cotton bird
you say?! Beautiful~
And look at those sweet little neutral shoes; so well warn
and with a great story of their own I'm sure.
Hugs to you,
Karen O