Today’s tutorial on SCS for the Wiper Card. It was shown a few years back at a Stampin’ Up! event it became pretty popular right after.

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My card base is created out of two pieces of 4 1/4″ x 8 1/2″ pieces of Chocolate Chip cardstock. Next are layers of Whisper White cardstock, followed by Thoroughly Modern and Pumpkin Pie Print Designer Papers.

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The sentiment is from Unity’s Quotes Bundle Pack and was stamped in Chocolate Chip ink. Over it I stamped a butterfly image from Unity’s Kit of the Month Club from February 2009 in second generation Pumpkin Pie.  I cut the image with Rectangle Nestabilities, layered it on a slightly bigger Chocolate chip Nestabilities cut out a Pumpkin Pie Scallop Rectangle, also cut with Nestabilities. I added Dazzling Diamond Glitter with the Quickie Glue Pen.

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For the wiper Image I inked up the butterfly in Pumpkin Pie ink. Before stamping it on Whisper White cardstock, I stamped the Easter egg image from the same set in Real Red on top of the Butterfly stamp. It was cut out and Dazzling Diamond Glitter was added with the Quickie Glue Pen. then I added Crystal Effect over the entire butterfly. After it dried completely, I mounted it on a 1 1/4″ white circle with dimensionals under it’s wings and Scor-Tape on the body center.

Here is a video tutorial for the visual learner:

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Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

18 Responses to “Tutorial on SCS – Wiper Card”

  1. Thank you so much for the wonderful video. I like both written and visual directions. Your video makes everything so much easier to follow. I appreciate your taking the time to make it.

  2. Fantastic video, You make it look so easy! Thanks for sharing.

    smallcity

  3. WOW!! GREAT VIDEO!! LOVE YOUR CARD, TFS…GINA

  4. So beautiful!
    This butterfly saying and image with the colors you used look wonderful!
    Thank you for the tutorial!

  5. I came across this blog the other day and have already made the recessed window card. I love it! Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge, I can’t wait to give this wiper card a try! Many Blessings to you!

    “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.”
    -John 3:16

  6. Great card. I like this technique, it’s very fun. Thanks for sharing.

  7. Gorgeous card – Beate!!!

    I have not tried a *wiper* card..I must though :)!!! Thanks for an awesome tutorial!!! Hugs ~S~

  8. Terrific creation! TFS the video.

  9. ACK! Beate, this is gorgeous! Fabulous tutorial! I’m hoping I can try this out today!! Thanks for sharing!

  10. I love your beautiful card, Beate!! The colors/papers, butterflies…everything is gorgeous!! Thanks for another wonderful tute!! I must try one soon!!

  11. wieder eine so tolle Karte und die Farben passen so gut zusammen.

  12. Oh my Beate!! Thank you so much for this wonderful tutorial!! It shows just how easy it is to make this movable card!!

    BTW…you card is stunning!! Love all the paper pierced borders!

  13. WOW WOW WOW Beate was für eine megageniale Karte !!!

    Liebe Grüße
    von Anke

  14. thanks so much for the GREAT video tutorial Beate, I know that a lot of work goes into them, but I really appreciate it! I’m going to try this style this fall with my club!

    Oh, and it was so fun to hear your voice!

  15. The video is so helpful. Beautiful card, and love the sentiment.

  16. Wow, this is wonderful, must try it. Thanks for sharing. Anesha :-)

  17. Fabulous video – great instructions and a beautiful card as always! Thanks so much for sharing this!

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