From the Silhouette Store by Valerie Foster Design ID #7183
Well, you are in for a pleasant surprise. I was pinning stuff on Pinterest and came across wiper cards tutorial on Youtube.
I was intrigued! I love any paper projects that has movement in it and this one did.
When you pull on the sides of the card, there is a piece that pops up. Take a look at the video for a way better feel of how neat this project is.
I looked at the video, made notes and created a digital file so that I can share this with you all. I did find the measurement (slightly different from the video) written out and pinned it to my board, so go take a look if you want to make this but need to cut it all out by hand.
So that takes care of the wiper card part.
The Kokeshi card are cute Japanese doll cards I got on The Silhouette Design Store and I used parts of them in this project.
Here is a look at the pieces you will need. This is a mock up on my computer so the actual cardstock I used was blue.
I cut my card out of plain blue cardstock. So the two large “pink” pieces are in reality blue below and folded along score lines.
Pulling the sides allow for the two dolls to disappear inside and pop up again.
As I mentioned, I used the dolls from KOKESHI CARDS by Valerie Foster Design ID #7183 . This design is for 3 cards so head on over to The Silhouetted Design Store and grab the adorable dolls or any one of thousands of other images that can be used.
Thank you for reading and I hope you get to make this card. Subscribe to my blog as I will keep posing files and ideas.
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The PDF file below is for the main body of the card. For decorative parts you can do whatever you like.
This link is for the SVG file to cut using Silhouette or Cricut