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Use your exclusive Neverending Card Kit from PaperCrafter issue 135 to master this unique fold!
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YOU WILL NEED:
PaperCrafter issue 135 Neverending Card Kit
1. Cut four pieces of patterned card down to 20cm long and score each one at 5cm from both short ends. Crease the score lines in both directions for a smooth folding action.
2. Turn two pieces of card portrait and lay next to each other to make a square. Apply glue to the corners of the square, taking care not to extend the adhesive more than 5cm in either direction. Lay the remaining two pieces of card over the top, orienting them landscape to make a second square.
3. Let the glue dry completely before unfolding the card, allowing it to fall open naturally along the scored lines. One full rotation should give you four different faces. Embellish with die-cut motifs and sentiments.
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