Thursday, 11 July 2013

X-mas in July!......using cleaning cloth for embellishments.

One more Day 3 Summer Camp card:

I couldn't help getting intriged by a challenge at CAS-ual Fridays. I will let you know why further down ;o)

And yes, this is actually a Christmas card. A bit weird since it is in the middle of the summer here. Perhaps that is why I have chosen some un-traditional colours.

My card is made using sketch no. 3 from the Summer Card Camp 2 Class I am taking these next weeks.

The funny thing about this card is the Star. Why? Because the star is actually made out of a cleaning cloth. Here in Denmark you can buy a pack of these cleaning cloths which holds 3 different colours. Yellow, Pink and Blue. Do you know them?

Over at CAS-ual Fridays the Challenge this week is with the theme "Material Girl".
Which means: Create a CAS project that has some sort of a material, i.e. fabric, felt, canvas etc
How fun is that!
So I got creative and made a star out of a cleaning cloth (un-used of course) LOL....

With this card I am also participating in CAS on Sunday's Challenge with the theme
"Christmas in July"
in Simon Says Stamp's Challenge with the them
"Pin it!"

Supplies used:


  1. This looks fantastic! If it ever gets dusty, well, you're prepared!

  2. Cute I have the white/pink/babyblue and often use the white as a baby diaper on cards. Closed with a mini safety pin naturally. =0)

  3. Det er da et rigtig fint kort ;-)
    Sjovt med karkluden, det er da bare med at få idéen...

  4. Love your mix of textures, Pia! Thanks for sharing this with us at the Simon Says Stamp challenge this week!

  5. Helt sikkert et meget anderledes julekort, og i utraditionelle farver også, men det er altid sjovt at finde på nye ideer.

  6. I love that you put your stick pin through your fabric. Beautiful card! Thanks for playing along with us at CAS-ual Fridays!

  7. Such a happy X-mas card! Thank you for joining CAS on Sunday!

  8. So so cool and I liked that you used non- trad colors!!! Thanks for playing along with us at CAS on Sunday!!


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