Saturday, 12 January 2013

Never-Ending Card

I've just returned from teaching my first class of 2013 at Pages 2 Scrap at Tuggerah on the Central Coast.  Ten lovely ladies all got to find out how to make a Never-Ending card using black cardstock as the base and the gorgeous "Birdsong" papers from Graphic 45.  We also used the co-ordinating stamps on ivory cardstock for added interest.   It is such a fun and easy card to construct, but takes a reasonable amount of time to decorate.   Anyone who receives one of these cards can't help but play with them as they are certainly intriguing.

First Flip
Second Flip
Card Back
The card has four sides and after the last one, you flip once more and find yourself back at the front again.
As this one was in display in the shop, I made a second sample as it's always useful having another on hand, especially if there are a number of people in the class, so pop by again tomorrow when I'll be showing the other version.

Happy crafting!

1 comment:

  1. These do take ages but it's well worth it Helen - yours is stunning! Vicky x


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