Infinity cards are fun interactive cards. These card are also called Never Ending cards. Today, I want to share how to make one of these captivating cards. The one that I made requires about 70 pieces of paper which is a lot! You also need to do a lot of gluing. But, in the long run, I think you’ll find it worth the effort. Are you ready to make a fun interactive Infinity card?
I used the beautiful Countryside Inn DSP for this card. After selecting DSP, you’ll need to find coordinating cardstock. I chose Boho Blue, Misty Moonlight and Night of Navy. The Stylish Shape Dies make it easy to create focal points for sentiments.
The photo above shows the stacks of paper needed to create this project. You can change up the color palate to suit your taste or your recipients tastes. I’ve made up the Infinity Card in several different color palates. But, I think my favorite color combination so far has been the blues.
Aside from cutting 70 pieces of paper and gluing mats to most of them, the most important part of making this Infinity Card is adhering the 4 card base pieces together in such a way as to make the card “move’. I will walk you through the process step by step in my video tutorial which you can view HERE. With a roll of Tear & Tape in hand, you should have your card moving in no time.
- 4 pieces of cardstock for card base: 3 x 6 and each scored at 1 1/2 and 4 1/2
- 12 piece of DSP cut at 2 3/4 x 1 1/4
- 12 pieces of cardstock for mats cut at 2 7/8 x 1 3/8
- 6 pieces of DSP cut at 2 3/4 x 2 3/4
- 6 pieces of cardstock for mats cut at 2 7/8 x 2 7/8
- 8 piece of DSP cut at 1 1/4 x 1 1/4
- 8 pieces of cardstock for mats cut at 1 3/8 x 1 3/8
- 4 pieces of Basic White using circle from Stylish Shape Dies
- 4 pieces of Night of Navy cardstock using the next size circle for mats
- 3 pieces of Basic White using square from the Stylish Shape Dies
- 3 pieces of Night of Navy cardstock using the next size square for mats.