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Neverending cards have been around for years. I remember Coco Pops putting them in the packs for a while when the kids were little!!! They are great fun – and really easy to make!!
To make your Neverending Card cut four pieces of card 5 cm x 10 cm. Score each piece 2.5 cm in from the short sides as shown.
Take two of the pieces and fold them horizontally in half as shown.
Lay the two pieces you folded in half as shown.
Put double sided tape
in the four corners – don’t
let it go over the score lines.
Now attach the remaining two pieces of card one corner at a time as shown.
When attaching, it is important that the two pieces don’t overlap in the middle. If they do, move the card so they don’t overlap before sticking down, and trim the outside edge after.
And that’s all there is to a Neverending Card!! Now all you have to do is decorate it!
There are four different views you can get from the Neverending Card, two of them have parts that can be seen from two views, so you need to take this into account when decorating.
Here are the different views, showing which parts can be seen by which views.
View 4 – pink sections seen in both view 1 and 4, the other parts can only be seen in this view.
View 3 – all parts only seen in this view.
View 2 – all parts only seen in this view.
View 1 – pink sections seen in both view 1 and 4, the other parts can only be seen in this view.
The card in the video makes a 6 inch square Neverending card. Below are the instructions for a 10 cm square card.