Thursday, March 21, 2019

FREE - a collaged card !!

How are you all ? Since I was away last long weekend, I might have missed
some of your postings, but I hope to visit and see all your creations , soon.

For this card I used bits of a Tim Holz diecut , an old German train ticket ,

and the flower is also diecuts  mixed together.
The stamped heads I embossed with gold ,and
also wiped gold paint over the diecut fence .

There is dry embossed paper under the flower, and
I couldn`t resist to sew here and there on the mashine,
and leave hanging threads.

Tomorrow is already Friday again, so I wish you all dear friends,
a lovely weekend. 

Hugs and love


Caterina Giglio said...

Beautiful dearheart... love the color and your flowers! 😘💕💗💕

Roosterhead Designs said...

Oh Dorthe this is a wonderful card! The beautiful vintage vibe and soft colors are so authentic~
I like to see your stitching : ) and the embossing and layers add great texture. Thanks for sharing with us! Wishing you a happy weekend dear friend~ Hugs, karen o

Createology said...

Lovely Dorthe Dear. Your touch of gold is divine along with the natural colors and that bit of soft aqua. Aqua and/or turquoise are my very favorite colors now that I am living in the desert because they compliment the neutrals of the desert scape. Wonderful Weekend to You...xo

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

How lovely to use up that old train ticket, I hope the destination was exciting and you will remember where the journey took you. You have created a piece of magnificent mixed media here dear Dorthe, just look at those lushious embossed areas, stitched bits and that large tattered flower. You have reminded me of all the things I have within my stash that has not been used for such a long time. A beautiful piece shared with love.
I hope your time away last weekend was a good one?
Take good care of yourself & keep safe, there is such sadness and sorrow in our daily news we worry about those close to us each and every day.
Biggest of Hugs Tracey xx

froebelsternchen said...

Oh my gosh - so much detail on this rare beauty dear Dorthe! Amazing! You have such an arty hand!
Have a great weekend!
Blessings my friend!
Big hugs

Sue Kosec said...

Just delightful. I love the colors - especially the gold. There's just nothing about this that I don't love.

As always … you have created magic.


Diana Taylor said...

Just the sweetest collage - the touches of gold and aqua are beautiful with the neutrals, such a gorgeous colour palette, and such a pretty flower too. I hope you had a lovely weekend away,
Hugs, Diana x

Fliss said...

A really beautiful card Dorthe with such lovely details and elements. The touches of gold and all the textures are wonderful.
So sorry not to have commented in so long, the last few months have been so busy with my family issues which have cut down my time so much.
I'm hoping to be back to blogging next month when things should have settled down a bit more.
Fliss xxx

Naomi said...

Dorthe, I love your card! The muted colors and textures are lovely. I especially like the blue hues and the flower. Thanks for sharing it. I am excited to be getting more of your posts.

Astrid Maclean said...

I adore all the elements you have added to this collage Dorthe and the sewing always adds such a special touch to it too. A really love;y card!!

froebelsternchen said...

Me again Dorthe!
Wishing you a happy week!
Hope all is well at your end of the earth.
Thank you for your always uplifting comments! I appreciated your blogging friendship a lot!

Big hugs, Susi

butterfly said...

Oh, this is lovely - that tiny turquoise flower really draws the eye, and I love that there are echoes of that colour around the rest of the collage. The vintage train ticket is a great inclusion, and I love the added texture of the stitching. I'm so late catching up with this, but it happens to be Friday today too, so have a lovely weekend!
Alison x

Lace Age Girl said...

Hello Dear Dorthe, I am catching up after a month of broken computer - it's been a tough time! I love the shades in this card of pale turquoise and brown, with all the rich layering. What a great way to reuse a train ticket. Love and hugs,
Jesse XX