ScanNCut – To Infinity Card and Beyond – Parts 4 & 5 – Creating 6” Infinity Cards featuring Sweet Stockings DSP

In this video series, you will learn to create Infinity Cards with the help of your Brother ScanNCut. These types of cards are also known as Never Ending Cards because you can keep folding them and you will always go back to the first panel. During Parts 4 & 5, you learn how to design 6″ Square Infinity Cards. These cards are much easier than the A2 cards. You can follow along with your Paper Trimmer if you don’t have a ScanNCut. These cards feature the Sweet Stockings DSP. Use whatever is in your stash when creating these cards. You can download a PDF the measurements for the 6″ Infinity Card and follow along with Parts 4 & 5 to create this project.

During Parts 1, 2 and 3, you learned how to design A2 Infinity Cards which are 5.5″ x 4.25″ when you open them. These are a fun crafty surprise and your recipients will be amazed when they keep unfolding it to reveal more sentiments and embellishments. It is a great way to share cheer this Holiday Season. The first 3 videos in this series are linked below. You can also download a PDF the measurements for the A2 Infinity Card so that you can create templates to reuse. I hope you will continue viewing this series to make Infinity Cards of varying sizes. Here is the To Infinity Card & Beyond Playlist on my YouTube Channel.

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  1. Lisa, I watch your YouTube channel all the time. I have a scan cut DX and a scan and cut CM 350. I am just getting into card making and gift making. I am a quilter and that’s why I originally bought the scan and cut. I have rheumatoid arthritis and I use it to cut out appliqué. My question for you is should I sell the CM 350 or is there a reason I should hang onto it.

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