Independent Stampin Up! Demonstrator since 2007
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Friday, October 23, 2009

Wiper Card!

Hello! Happy Friday! This past week has just flown by! It is going to be time to trim the tree and wrap up another whole year before we know it! Gosh! Time really flies!

I met this past weekend with some of my Stampin Up! demo buddies for our monthly meeting. We had a wonderful time! These ladies are all so talented! I just love hanging out with them and exchanging ideas! We always exchange a swap of some sort as well and this months theme was a Christmas card. I wanted to do something different so I went with a wiper card! This is such a fun card! You can make them in a rectangle shape or a square shape! They are called wiper cards because when you tug on the edges a pop up surprise wooshes up and out across the top of the card! I used traditional Real Red, Glorious Green, Whisper White and then threw in Not Quite Navy! I glittered all of the snowflakes with Dazzling Diamonds and used a gold paint pen to outline my edges! The stamp sets I used were Stampin Ups! Delightful Decorations, Four the Holidays and Serene Snowflakes. These are all from SU!'s mini holiday catalog.

Here is my wiper card:

This is the card closed.

This is the side view!

This is the card laying flat.

If you haven't made one of these I think you should! They are really fun! Ok, I am sleepy so i am heading to bed! Have a wonderful night! I will be back soonest! :)



Jennifer said...

That is so awesome Ann Marie! I've never tried this type of card. Great job!!

Paige said...

Beautiful card AnnMarie! I have yet to try one - some day!

MELINA said...

Super cool card AnnMarie! Thanks for sharing :)

Tracey said...

This is adorable. Wiper cards are so much to make.

April said...

Your card came out great! I always have to do a new card a few times before I actually get it "right"! I'm not very good with measuring and dimensions! Yours came out perfect.