Infinite Flipper Card

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Introduction: Infinite Flipper Card

Hello,

I've a new interactive card that has been in my to-do list since a long time! It is an Infinite Flipper card, also called as Never Ending card. I've followed the measurements from the tutorial at MixedUp Crafts blog. Here is the link.

Watch the video to see how this card looks like.

Supplies

You'll need

1. Patterned Papers - I've used polka dots and birthday theme packs from Papericious, Nakshathra Designz

2. Stamps

3. Colored Inks

4. Dies and diecutting machine

5. Glue

6. Scissors

7. Score board

8. White cardstock

Step 1: View 1

This is the first look of the card, though there is no start or end look to it :)

Step 2: View 2

When you open the flaps from the center, you get the second view!

Step 3: View 3

And open the blue flaps this time on the top and bottom, you move on to the 3rd view.

Step 4: View 4

Open again to the left and right for the fourth and final view!

Step 5: View 1 Details

The birthday theme and polka dots patterned papers are from Papericious.

Here are some more pics of all the 4 different views you get! And details on the supplies used.

The top left sentiment is from Uniko 'Birthday Wishes' stampset, stamped using Altenew's Coral Berry ink. The flower banner border die is from Pink Fresh Studio - Essentials Classic Edgers, diecut from white cardstock.

Step 6: View 2 Details

The sentiment 'Dream Big' and 'Make a Wish' are from Little Birdie's Jumbo Wishes stampset, stamped using Altenew's Parrot ink. I've also colored the diecut from Gina Marie's Stitched Scallop Square die using a green marker. The party hats are fussy cut from a patterned paper from Nakshathra Designz's bithday theme pack.

Step 7: View 3 Details

The below sentiment is from Mama Elephant's Dragon Wishes stampset, stamped in Coral Berry ink again. Similar to the previous diecuts, I've colored this one using the same ink as a border, using the direct to paper method.

These cupcakes are stamped using Versafine Onyx Black ink and colored using Faber Castell connector pens. I've then fussy cut them and adhered to the squares.

Step 8: View 4 Details

The last view has a tiny heart card that can hold personalised message. The heart is diecut from Nelli's Choice Multiframe Heart dies.

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    4 Comments

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    JustineM32
    JustineM32

    2 years ago

    This is so cool! Similar to a hexaflexagon. (google that and be amazed!)

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    Karthikha
    Karthikha

    Reply 2 years ago

    Oh wow! Hexaflexagon is awesome! That goes on my to-do list :) Thanks for letting me know!

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    jessyratfink
    jessyratfink

    2 years ago

    What a cute idea! I've never seen a card like that :)

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    Karthikha
    Karthikha

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thank you!