Never-Ending Cards

imageAs part of my 16 for 2016 group of challenges I have given myself 15 greetings cards to make. On our half-term family holiday we had 5 birthdays to celebrate – a perfect inspirational push.

My son, E, became 40 during the holiday. (I have a 40 year old son! It doesn’t seem possible, it feels only 5minutes ago that I was 40), my sister became 60 in January, and her son was 20 just 2 days before E. So we had a 20, 40, 60 party, with my sister and her son staying with us and we were also joined by the parents of my two d-i-ls.

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M and P, parents of my London d-i-l, share the same birthdays with E and my nephew.

You can see, my new go-to craft material, Duck tape, was put to good use again, I just love that stuff! Here is a link to my previous post about it:

Never-ending cards are fun to make, hugely impressive, well received but very hard to photograph.

imageYou can see how to make them and how they work on this You Tube clip.

Update: I first wrote a post about these cards in Dec 13, here is the link.

Click here for another YouTube tutorial.

 

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16 responses to “Never-Ending Cards

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  3. These are lovely. 🙂

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  6. The never ending cards look most intriguing and thanks for reminding me about the duck tape. 5 cards is a good start for your challenge. Our big birthdays are mostly in the years ending with 2 although in the wider family it is those ending in 9

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  7. All super nice and colourful Sandra. Can’t believe you are still working off your ipad! You are getting good at it 🙂 I still haven’t figured out how to upload pics on mine.

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    • I’m catching up with myself here. I have my new computer now! Yippee! so much to catch up with. I can’t upload pictures onto my iPad either, the only ones I can post are ones I have taken with the iPad – a bit restricting, but better than nothing.

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  8. These are gorgeous, Daffy, and so personal too. Love them 🙂

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  9. What lovely cards! Can’t beat handmade

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