A Midsummer Night’s Dream …

The theme for this week’s challenge on the Make My Monday challenge blog is

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

How could I resist? I got out my stamp sets and brayer from Stampin’ Up to make this card…

I haven’t used my brayer for a little while, so it was fun to give it an airing once more. The glossy white cardstock from Stampin’ Up makes it easy to get a great result with the brayer. I also added a little sponging around the edges with my sponge daubers.

I mixed dazzling diamonds with some crystal effects and applied in dotted lines to add some sparkle and glitter to this dreamlike card, and then mounted it onto a bashful blue card base.

I hope it’s what the ladies were looking for from the challenge – it was fun to do anyway!

Papercraft supplies from Stampin’ Up!

Card recipe: cardstock: glossy white, bashful blue; stamp sets: just believe, notably ornate, autumn days, serene snowflakes; inks: wisteria wonder, elegant eggplant, bashful blue, black stazon; accessories: stampin dimensionals, sponge daubers, speedball brayer, dazzling diamonds, crystal effects.

Thanks for dropping by today


5 Comments to “A Midsummer Night’s Dream …”

  1. Another beautiful card it has a mysterious look about it and I love the crystals well done

  2. A beautiful scene here Gill and the braying is fabulous. Love the colours and the crystal embellishing.
    Thanks for joining in with our challenge at MMM this week.
    Fliss x

  3. Gorgeous brayering – it’s a lovely card. Thanks so much for joining in with us this week at MMM – Jacqueline xx

  4. Wow! Wow! This is stunning! TFS! Hugs xxx

  5. A beautiful piece of art. Love it!

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