Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Wiper Card

Happy Tuesday SAS Friends!! We would like to thank all those that stopped by and played along with us last week, your pizza boxes were beautiful!! Before we show you the samples, we would like to announce our Featured Designer this week - Kathrin. Below you will see her beautiful box. If you would like Kathrin, grab the "Featured Banner" from the side bar and post it on your blog.
This week our January host, Karen Wilson, has challenged us to create a wiper card. These cards are super easy to make and are the same size as an A2 card. Click here for the tutorial. We warmly invite you to play along, feel free to use your favorite stamps and supplies.

This is what you will need:
- 2 4 1/2 x 8 1/2 pieces of cardstock
- 1 1 1/2 x 3 piece of cardstock
- scoring tool
- Adhesive
- Additional cardstock and embellishments to decorate your box

When you play along with us, don’t forget to include your name in Mr. Linky so we can easily find you. If you upload your projects to Splitcoast, please include "stampsandsmiles" in the keywords.

Now let's check out the samples by the Design Team:

Designed byKaren Wilson

Designed by Lisa Cook

Designed by
Rose Miller

Designed by Cindy Burgess

Designed by Jennifer Meyer


Carole'Anne AKA Stampin Stressaway said...

how fun is this project
Can't wait to try my hands at this Wipe Card
Great work ladies thank you so much!

KimS said...

Super job on the wiper cards everyone!!! Love them all!

Mary Lou said...

Beautiful cards ladies!! My first ever wiper card~~so loved making it!!! Thanks for fun challenge :D
Mary Lou

Kr├╝mel said...

Thanks for featuring my pizza box! I am displaying the banner with pride.

Love this wiper card technique - it looks so tricky on the card but is so easy to make. Thanks for sharing this!

Kathrin aka Kruemel

Deb said...

here is my wiper card

Melissa said...

Oh just loved these cards and they are so easy to make, everyones DT cards look fabulous, my first time on here for a challenge, and what a wonderful challenge it was, thanks for the inspiration

Beverly Gotthardt said...

Beate gives such great instructions, this looked kind of complicated, but ended up being very fun and easy. Keep up the wonderful challenges!