Never Ending Card Tutorial

It's been a very long time since I've made a "never-ending card". I have an old tutorial that has odd scoring measurements like 1 1/16" and 3 3/16" so I decided to revise it. With these new measurements, it is much easier to use the Scor-Pal for this project!

This has also been called a "four-in-one card". Hope this tutorial inspires you to make your own!


4" x 10" piece of solid cardstock (I used Bazzill)
Paper trimmer or craft knife
Stamps (I used Always Remember from TAC)
Other flat embellishments (optional)
Scrap pieces of patterned paper (I used Angelee from TAC):
(4) 2 1/4" x 3/4"
(8) 2 1/4" x 1 3/4"
(8) 1" x 3/4"
(4) 1" x 1 3/4"


Step 1: (see red lines) Click to enlarge if you need to.

Step 2 (see blue lines) Click to enlarge if you need to.

Step 3: (see green lines) Turn cardstock so the short side is at the top upper left corner of the Scor-Pal. Score at 1" and 3" from the top edge down to the first score line ONLY. Turn cardstock around and do the same thing at the other end.

Step 4: (see black lines) Using a paper trimmer or craft knife, make a cut in the center (2" each side) from the 2 1/2" score line down to the 7 1/2" score line.

Step 5: Now cut on the 2 1/2" score line from the 1" line down to the 3" line. Do the same thing on the 7 1/2" score line.

Step 6: Place adhesive in the four places designated by gray shading in the diagram. Fold the left end up on the 2 1/2" score line, and the right end on the 7 1/2" score line, so they meet in the middle. They will be adhered to the back layer at four places.

Step 7: Adhere scrap pieces of patterned paper in place. Stamp and embellish as desired.

The picture above shows the beginning of card (gate-fold style).

Open and fold sides to the back to get the next view:

Now, flip top up and bottom down to get this view:

Next, open the sides and fold to the back again and you'll have the next view:

To go back to the beginning, flip the top up and bottom down. It "NEVER ENDS"!

Let me know if you make one! Have a great day, Tootles!


Anonymous said...

This tutorial is truly amazing. Thank you for the step-by-step. I've tried and tried to make this type of card and never could quite GET it. You've made it do-able for me (and for me class ladies).

Doing the happy dance,
KellyRae Cooper
Angel #3212-Coolidge, AZ

Heather said...

Love your card Vicki! I have never seen one so elegant before with the Never Ending pattern.

Rita Kegg said...

One of my favorite sets Vicki. I love what you did to it. Great tutorial. Thanks and blessings

Anonymous said...

dont know what i did wrong but mine didnt work :-(
Ann W

Unknown said...

Great card! It's been years since I made one and it was so super ugly! This is absolutely beautiful! I may have to try again!

2 Worlds said...

Loved this card , thanks for sharing

Patti said...

Oh wow Vicki! This card is absolutely stunning! Great tutorial!

Unknown said...

This is a great card and a great tutorial! I can't wait to try it!

Your card was featured on Tutorial Tuesday at Card of the (You can see the original post here:

I did include a picture of your work and links to your blog and the tutorial. Please let me know if that's OK --

Thanks for sharing your great work!

Anonymous said...

Awesome card Vicki!! I've been wanting to try one of these and this is so beautiful. Thanks for including the Scor-Pal instructions. rita w

Beth Norman-Roberts said...

What a beautiful card.

Shazza said...

this is amazing Vicki, I must have a go one day so thanks for the tutorial. I also love all your latest cards, they are all fab

angelic annemarie said...

This looks brill, must have a go

Anonymous said...

I have seen these type of card before but yours is absolutely gorgeous. Thanks for sharing both the card and the tutorial.

mel m. m. mccarthy said...

What an amazing card. The tutorial/template rocks! Thanks! :O)

Jayney said...

A beautiful card and thanks for the instructions!

Nancy Ward said...


Today I posted an entry on my blog with a link to this tutorial.

I'd appreciate your letting me know if that's OK.


Nancy Ward

Gail said...

Just seen a new way to do this.

take 2 squares of card score at 1/4 and 3/4 of size and mark the half way with a line.
With pencil marks on the out side

turn one 90 degrees, and stick corners just like you do. now cut the pencil lines. one will be north south, the other east west.

it works the same but the cards never stick as the fit int he centre is perfect..

Nancy said...

This is amazing. Thanks!

Elizabeth said...

I've been trying to find a good tutorial to try out this card. Thanks so much!

Sherry F said...

This is great. I just now found your blog post. Thanks so much for helping me figure this out.

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