A Pollycraft Neverending card

Sorry about the long post and all the photos but I wanted to show you this 'never ending' card I made yesterday as my boys need a birthday card for a party they are going to and I just couldn't let them give a yukky shop bought one so I got up and made them one!

I was really inspired to try the never ending card tutorial in the latest issue of Quick cards. I used one of my favourite Pollycraft images Jack - In the Game, which is available here. I printed him quite large and then used my Nesties to cut out part of the image. This is a great way to use images to make them look a bit different, it was really quick and easy to colour this way too so I wasn't leaning over the desk too long which helped my back.


I always thought these would be really hard but they are so easy and the boys were really impressed with it. It's quite hard to impress my 13 year old these days so it must be good! The stamp I used inside is one of my favourites at the moment and it is available here from Crafty Emma's Store. The felt star was bought last year from Paperchase.


I used papers I downloaded a while ago, not sure from where and plain silver black and royal blue card.

The letters are old Papermania ones from my stash, the ribbon is from Hobbycraft, the button was from a wool shop in Swindon and the QPR badge was cut from the envelope the invitation was in. I used a Cuttlebug folder on the plain card and a couple of stick on pearls.
I had so much fun making this card yesterday and it came together in about 30 mins, including the printing!
My back is feeling a bit better today than it did yesterday after my Physio, I have got another session booked Friday...not looking forward to that!
Sorry about the long post and all the photos!
Have a great Wednesday!
Jane
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2 comments:

  1. Absolutely looove this card Jane! Always loved never ending cards...but this one is just gorgeous!!! Thanks for the inspiration!
    Hugs, Marit.

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  2. Very cool card! I love the never ending card idea... I will have to hunt down a tutorial!

    Arabella

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