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Challenge #29 - Anything Goes (featuring Wiper Cards)

Hello Crafty Friends, Brenda here with our next challenge.  The challenge is ANYTHING GOES, with the Design Team making a "Wiper Card"

  I am a CTMH Consultant and so excited to be sponsoring this challenge. If you are unfamiliar with Close To My Heart's product head on over here and take a look. 
The winner from this challenge will get to pick out $20.00 worth of product from

                Are you ready to see how to create a Wiper Card....


Head on over here for a written tutorial for you from Splitcoast Stampers also.


Here is what the Scrapbook Blessings Club Design Team created for Challenge #29:

Carolyn - Granny Ma's Creative Blog

My Tip: Using heavier card stock for base will create a great looking and working card.

Cindy - In Love with PAPER

TiP:  Open the card and plan out your design as if it's one big card.

 My Tip: Use a heavier adhesive like Score Tape. There is a movable card so you want to make sure it don't come apart.

Brenda - Disney Girl
My Tip:  When using your Cricut give a test run cut on plain white paper to see how large your image will actually be cut.  Sometimes it is not what you think it may be.
To find more information on how they did that, please click on their name/blog or the challenge under their picture. Thanks for playing along. We hope that these design team projects inspire you. 

Your challenge:
Anything goes: cards, banners, layouts but if you enter a "Wiper Card", you will get an extra chance entry for this challenge sponsor.

This challenge ends on Saturday, September 20th at 10:00 pm EST.  Also, you can join up to our Facebook group: Scrapbook Blessings Club for more fun, games, inspiration, tips and techniques. 

If you do make a project using the featured technique, wiper card,

your project and blog may be showcased on the SBC Facebook group.

And as always, comments are appreciated. 


  1. Gorgeous creations by your DT! Wonderful tutorial! Looks like fun!

  2. Oh my goodness, these are darling! I've never heard of a wiper card (shocker!) but these are so creative and fun! Wonderful job by the DT!

  3. Great cards by the DT. I'm going to have to give this one a try.

  4. I see where I 'boo-boo'd' on my card ... I should've placed pieces in the tucked in section, but left it plain. :-(

  5. Great DT Creations!! That is an interesting fold!! Love Cindy's Halloween creation!! Fantastic!! Thanks for another fun challenge!

    - Susan
    {Scrap A Thousand Words}
    Open-Minded Crafting Fun Challenges


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