Learn How to Create a Never-Ending Card

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Introduction: Learn How to Create a Never-Ending Card

About: Just taking my time on doing tasks.

Having troubles with creating an eye-catching letter or card? Well, I give you the never-ending card. Here's how to create one.

Supplies

•Embossed Short Paper (any firm paper)
•Marker
•Ballpen
•Ruler
•Scissors
•Glue (or paste)
•Highlight Pens

Step 1:

Prepare all the needed materials.

Step 2:

Get the embossed paper and start by outlining with the use of the ruler and ballpen by dimensions of 10 cm x 5 cm. (*Note: The ratio of length to width is 2:1)

Step 3:

Cut the embossed paper with the use of scissors. You make at least 8 pieces of it.

Step 4:

Take a piece of the cutout. Fold it lengthwise by half and return it to its original form. Use a pen and ruler and fold each side towards the center. It should look like this.

Repeat Step 4 for the remaining 7 cutouts.

Step 5:

Take 2 pieces from the cutout. Lay the pieces parallel with each other. Put the glue on the four corners of the laid pieces. Take again 2 pieces of the cutout and stick them horizontally over the laid pieces. It should look like this.

Step 6:

Rotate the glued pieces of paper 90° to the left. Hold the opening of the paper and unfold it. It should look like this.

Step 7:

Put the glue on the unfolded part, it should resemble the letter “I". Take 2 pieces from the cutout. Put them over horizontally against the laid pieces. It should look like this.

Step 8:

Rotate the glued pieces 90° to the right. Unfold the paper then put the glue completely on all surfaces of the paper. Take 2 pieces again and pit them over horizontally on the laid pieces. It should look like these.

Step 9:

It is not yet completed. Take a marker and draw a message on each surface like these.

Step 10:

Color it with highlight pens. Now, it is 100% finished.

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2 Comments

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coco7nut
coco7nut

1 year ago

YEAH, too FUNNY