Lawn Fawn Intro: Ta-Da! Diorama! and Ta-Da! Diorama! Hillside Inserts

Hello and welcome to Lawn Fawn’s Fall & Winter 2023 Inspiration and Release week! On August 24 our 12 new stamp sets and coordinating dies along with 21 new standalone die sets, new paper collections, and so many more exciting new products will be for sale at your favorite store and at! Woohoo!

Daily Giveaway

We already have two places you can leave comments to win:
Big giveaway post!
Hay There, Hayrides! and Hay There, Hayrides Mice Add-On post!
AND today’s post too!


Today is our showcase of Ta-Da! Diorama! and Ta-Da! Diorama! Hillside Inserts. Make your favorite critters the star of the show with this amazing three-dimensional diorama die set! This awesome interactive card folds flat for mailing, making it super easy to send to friends and family for any occasion. The set comes with preset layers inside to take the guesswork out of creating a scene with dimension. Use the two included sentiment banners, clouds, and moon to complete your scene. 

These stitched hillside accents are perfectly measured to fit into the Ta-Da! Diorama! The inserts add even more scene versatility to this already incredible interactive set.

Design Team Inspiration

The design team has made the most amazing samples! We also have a video at the end with step-by-step instructions for assembling this new interactive set along with some awesome ideas! Remember to click on the person’s name to see all of the details! And leave these wonderful DT girls some comment love!

Elena‘s interactive Ta-Da! Diorama! card features perennial Fall favorite sets, Pick of the Patch and Let’s Go Nuts! Behind those woodgrain panels is an adorable diorama scene!

The Ta-Da! Diorama! creates a layered space to assemble adorable scenes! Just think of all the fun variations for all the seasons using the stamp sets in your stash!

Elena inked the Ta-Da! Diorama! Hillside Inserts to build her scene on. She also included pretty Fruit Salad paper in the background!

Audrey‘s Ta-Da! Diorama! card is ready for Halloween with shimmery black cardstock and Cute Cobwebs!

After the big reveal, this sweet Spooky Village scene will delight the recipient!

Caly‘s Ta-Da! Diorama! opens to reveal a fun Snowball Fight scene! The foiled Let it Shine Starry Skies papers complement the frosty scene perfectly!

I love Megan‘s creativity! Her apple themed Ta-Da! Diorama! is so brilliant! She cut the diorama pieces from red cardstock before layering it on a cardbase covered with Into the Woods Remix woodgrain paper. You can find the apple leaf and stem in these apple sets. That perfect sentiment is from Thanks a Bushel!

Megan’s creativity continues as the diorama opens, to reveal the inside of the apple! So clever! She used Tiny Gift Box Bee Add-On to add a colorful smiling worm!

Grace‘s You Autumn Know diorama gives us a sneak peek at our new paper collections, Favorite Flannel and Spiffier Speckles!

This cute blustery day scene is so much fun!

I love the fun Fall colors that Grace chose for her beautiful card design!

Chari‘s cute Ta-Da! Diorama! card features the Fangtastic Friends! She modified the diorama by turning it upside down and then she used Stitched Dens to cut the window! So clever and fun!

Samantha also had the same idea as Chari! She turned the Ta-Da! Diorama! upside down so her Fangtastic Friends bats can hang from the Ta-Da! Diorama! Hillside Inserts. They stand in for a bat cave in this fun layered scene! Samantha also included spooky images from Purrfectly Wicked and also the puffy cloud frames included in the Ta-Da! Diorama! set. The fun new foiled Spiffier Speckles paper is shining throughout this fabulous design!

It’s almost Fall! Let’s Go Nuts! Marine‘s happy diorama features the playful squirrels of Let’s Go Nuts! She also added pretty Fall color with Into the Woods Remix papers! I love how she added eyelets and string to the front panels, it’s so clever!

Samantha‘s Ta-Da! Diorama! features Rawrsome to party like there’s no tomorrow! She used pretty Watercolor Wishes Rainbow papers and colored a rainbow from All the Clouds!

I love Renata‘s colorful Toucan Do It diorama so much! She used Slimline Tropical Leaves Border to add fun to the front panels and also to decorate the inside.

Latisha‘s Ta-Da! Diorama! design is so beautiful! I love the colorful Stitched Pumpkins and Stitched Gourds arranged on the front and inside. She also included the new Spooky Gate for even more detail. She used What’s Sewing On papers to construct the diorama.

Franci assembled a fun Penguin Party inside her Ta-Da! Diorama! She added interest by cutting the diorama panels with Stitched Snowflake Backdrop. The Ta-Da! Diorama! Hillside Inserts are so perfect for creating snow drifts for winter cards! And then, Franci cut a Magic Holiday Messages greeting in half to add to the front panels!

Think of all the fun you will have creating fantastic diorama cards for the holidays!

Caly used Ho-Ho-Holidays to create an iconic scene with Santa on the rooftop inside her Ta-Da! Diorama! The possibilities are endless for making interactive holiday cards!

Mayra featured our new Favorite Flannel paper in her awesome farm-themed design! She designed one scene with Hay There, Hayrides! on the front of her card…

…then she created a fun Happy Harvest scarecrow scene inside the diorama! So fun and clever!

Do I spy new washi tape? Yainea cleverly used our new Ghoul’s Night Out washi tape on her Ta-Da! Diorama!

Inside, she paired a Fangtastic Friends bat with a Booyah ghostie! There’s lots of sparkle with gold glitter stars and our new Spiffier Speckles paper!

Mimi‘s holiday Ta-Da! Diorama! features our new Winter Birds and Winter Birds Add-On sets! She also used our shiny new Spiffier Speckles paper collection! I love how she used clear acetate for the inserts while flipping the diorama upside down. It makes for some clever layering of the images!

I just love the chicken driving the tractor! There are so many ways to use Hay There, Hayrides! with the Ta-Da! Diorama! die set!

This fun design by Rebecca features the new Christmas Before ‘n Afters set and a fun new border die set!

Intro Video

Now, I have a video to introduce Ta-Da! Diorama! and Ta-Da! Diorama Hillside Inserts! We have so many fun ideas for this new interactive set. You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

Thank you so much for watching!

Giveaway Time

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Ta-Da! Diorama! and Ta-Da! Diorama Hillside Inserts! Tomorrow we will have another fun set to show you! But for now, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us how you would use this new Ta-Da! Diorama! interactive die set by August 23rd at 5:00pm ET, and we will randomly pick one winner for this set! (If you already own this set and win, you can choose another set!) Make sure to come back tomorrow, Saturday, August 19th for our next inspiration week post!

Thank you so much for all of your excitement for our inspiration week; we love your comments, tweets, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube messages! Every one of them puts a big smile on our faces! We think Lawn Fawn fans are the best in the world. We love you guys!


Fall & Winter 2023 Release Products will be available on August 24th!
Ta Da! Diorama!
Ta Da! Diorama! Hillside Inserts

Thanks so much for visiting, have an amazing day!


533 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Ta-Da! Diorama! and Ta-Da! Diorama! Hillside Inserts

  1. Wow! This is fantastic and so versatile. It’s something that can be used for all occasions. I can see a baby gender reveal card, a balloon card using the fly high set (just need the clouds inserts-hint hint), or a scene using any of the adorable stamp sets. The possibilities are endless.

  2. I love all of your interactive dies and it’s no different with this one – it will be a must-have! I haven’t figured out how I would use it yet but know that I need it 😉

    1. Super excited for Ta Da! And I’m thinking there will be more add on! All the Autumn cards to be made! Endless!

  3. Wow, this is amazing interactive die set. I would use it for mass producing of Christmas cards and for Valentine’s day. That were first ideas what come to my mind when I saw this new product 🙂

  4. I would make so many different scenes using all the cute Lawn Fawn critters. I would start with a winter scene for a Christmas card.

    1. Oh I hope to add this die to my collection soon! Fun birthday cards for family & friends will be my first creations with it!

  5. Hmmm. Either a spring scene with lots of flowers, or a camping scene, or use the the car with the Christmas add on. Too many ideas! I think this is going to be my favorite!

  6. Oh my, there’s so many amazing designs on today’s examples!!!
    I love the shadow box card so can’t wait for this one too! I already want to create a scene with the cats from purrfectly wicked hosting a magic show, with the slides as curtains, revealing a bubbling potion with lots of floating bubbles and sparkles!!!

  7. I think the Ta Da! card would work with just about any of the cute LF critter sets, but the before-n- after sets would be perfect for it!

  8. This die is amazing, I have a lot of birthdays coming up the next few months, so this would come in handy to create fun birthday cards

  9. First the shadow boxcard was my absolute favorite. Then came the platform pop-up and it became my new favorite which I thought couldn’t be topped.
    Until now!

  10. I would use your many fabulous project ideas to get started. I especially like the one project using the penguins.

  11. Oh my goodness, the possibilities are endless! I love Chari’s idea of using the Den dies for the window, I’d want to do that but with a cosy scene of the bears inside. ❤️

  12. Oh wow!!, these are all so adorable!!…such a fun interactive design, love it! Would enjoying making cute critter scenes with this die.

  13. I love anything interactive and the SAMPLES from this are WOW, so many!!!… my card would be a bday card with dinosaurs!

  14. I’d use the Ta Da! die for an underwater scene with Mermaid for You or You’re Sublime. Or a beach scene with Ahoy, Matey with the treasure inside. So many possibilities!

  15. I think the mice baking would be a cute scene, under the sea card, the bats are perfect for this card. So many ideas for this. Love it.

  16. Omgoodness, your designers are amazing. They have created the sweetest little scenes! I would probably create some to do with food! I have many sets that have sweets, I could do so mixing and matching to create the perfect pastry scene! Ta da!

  17. So many possibilities! I would work my way through all of my LF critter sets and create scenes for every season and occasion!

  18. My grandkids love interactive cards, so I see myself using the Ta-Da diorama to make lots of cards for them. All of the design team examples are amazing, but I am especially intrigued by the ones where they turned it upside down – something that wouldn’t have occurred to me. I see some hanging bats in my future.

  19. The Ta Da! Diorama! Interactive Die is awesome!! I cannot wait to make some fall, birthday, and cheerful cards to brighten some friends day! The wolves will probably be one of the first cards I make.

  20. Lawn Fawn knocked it out of the park with this one, I love interactive dies. I just bought the You Autumn Know set, so I would love adding mice and the leaves to this diorama!

  21. This die seems like you could use it for a stage scene. The panels would be the curtains! Also great for using before and after sets.

  22. I’d love to explore different scenes! A puppy backyard bday party, a jungle with lots of hanging vines and critters, a musical stage scene, a sports field scene

  23. This new diorama is adorable, but I love inspiration so I’m not sure what I would use it for yet, but I’d love to try it out.

  24. I love the ease of the Ta Da! Diorama system. And I can use all my critters – so fun. Cannot wait to play … I’m in a Halloween mood, so first up are cute spooky cards!

  25. Cute versatile die set. Great for surprise party invitations, anniversary, save the date, or for anything that makes a big statement for your message.

  26. This die set is super amazing! I love the cards by Chari and Samantha! I will use this with Hay there stamp set, the barn die. It would also be super cute with goat set!

  27. This is such a creative addition, there are so many possibilities. I could see using it a lot for birthday cards.

  28. So cute and love the idea, just not sure I would use it… For some reason, I’m hit-or-miss on whether I can get the interactive dies to work

  29. I would use a photo of the person(s) I was sending the card to inside with a die cut paper funny outfit over their clothes. It would be totally unexpected.

  30. I love this die. There seems to be so many ways to use it based on all the adorable examples. My favorite cards to make are for Christmas, so I would probably use this diorama die to make a wintery wonderland scene.

  31. My budget is blown! The Ta-Da! Diorama is an absolute must have from this release. I would make all kinds of fun scenes, puppies playing, ocean critters swimming, all the things!

  32. I can’t wait to order this! The possibilities are endless!! I’d have to say I would love to put hot foil fire works on the far back and then have critters from Fly High watching the fireworks. I could see potentially adding a hot air balloon or the ferris wheel from Wheely Great Day.

  33. This die set is soooo amazing! I’d first want to make a few Thank you cards and of course then look to recreate all the awesome cards that have been showcased. Love it so much!

  34. wow! This is my favorite interactive release so far. I cannot wait to get this and start my Christmas card making. I am blown away.

  35. When I watched the video, I wondered if it could also be used with an oval or a heart frame cutout instead of the square. That way I could make a valentine scene. I would also use it for a Christmas/nativity scene.

  36. This release keeps getting better every day! I would use the Ta-da set by including access for a gift card along the back “wall” or someone could use it to announce a pregnancy. It would also make a really cute birthday card, of course!

  37. I would use it for all seasons and occasions! It is so versatile and fun! Its so easy to put together that I could see it being used alot!

  38. You could use this die in so many ways. I think I would make my Christmas cards with it with those cute mice having their snowball fight!

  39. oh my goodness! The ta-da-diorama is totally awesome!!! Your examples to start then the skies the limit!
    Another Lawn Fawn gotta have product!

  40. Ok – how amazing is this set?! Could you just imagine someone using this Ta Da for a pregnancy reveal card? So special!! Love all the many many cards shown on this reveal post – simply gorgeous!

  41. I’m not usually an interactive card kind of girl, but this Ta Da set has me intrigued. I’m off to watch the video and see how this all works. I’m sure I would use it for a birthday card though, maybe a surprise kind or card.

  42. I LOVE interactive cards and so I would have so much fun making cards with this!! The projects shown are so much fun and cute!

  43. What an awesome die!! I plan on using this for so many cards, esp birthday, thank you, and holiday cards!

  44. This would be cute as a theater with
    goblins or swashbuckle seamen or
    delicate little princesses. Fun idea.

  45. Loved the live premiere last night of this new interactive die! All the sample creations are just adorable! I’d have to go through my stash of LF sets and come up with creative ways to use this! Love that we are able to use older favorite sets and mix them up! My shopping list for the 24th is getting longer and longer!

  46. Oh my goodness! What a fun way to make cards. I love all the samples shown. I can see a Christmas scene with a Christmas tree.

  47. I would probably use it first to make a very special 5th birthday card for my granddaughter Harper. Probably with the cute little wolves. I would need to add the mommy and daddy and 1 baby for her little sister. And the howling one for her. Then I’d need a banner and presents! Or I could go with the dinosaurs…oh the endless possibilities!

  48. Awesome!!!! I would use it to make a Halloween card with the Fantastic stamp/dies. Also, a card using the bear/den stamps and dies for fall too!

  49. I have so many Lawn Fawn critters, and into the woods, I can visualize all the great scenes I can use with this! Thank you for the chance to win!!!

  50. Wow this is amazing. I have an idea to make it a stage and the curtain opening. I’m so excited for this die.

  51. I shy away from interactive dies, I’ve bought a few, but have trouble getting them to work right. I like the looks of them and think the possibilities are endless. Liking everything so far

  52. I will use this set with my favorite dandy-day set with a dandelion on the front and some fun mice in a field of dandelions.

  53. I love these interactive dies – I think I’d make cards for my grandchildren, because they love the interactive part.

  54. Wow, so many possibilities! I’d use the Build-a-Cabin die for the background and use the Wood You Be Mine beavers to frolic in front of the wood cabin. OR make a cloud background using the Puffy Cloud Border dies and use the Berry Special stamps and dies to place the mice on the hillsides. I’d also use the strawberry border piece that comes in the set just behind the bottom of the diorama frame opening.

  55. Lots of possibilities with this diorama die set! Love all of the wonderful samples!
    I’d make a cute Halloween scene using the Pick of the Patch stamp set!

  56. Love the interactive cards. So many ideas… the bats are adorable upside down!! So many great ideas from the DT. Lots of ideas with falls sets.

  57. I love this new interactive die. It would make great birthday cards with the heart garland backdrop or fishtail banner die

  58. These dies will make creating this style of card so much easier! I love the fun samples. I think it’d be cute with Ahoy Matey and “hidden treasure!”

  59. Penguin party scene. The two curtains would get the stitched snowflake backdrop treatment! Glittery snow! So pretty! I love this super fun interactive die. I love that it folds down flat.

  60. I’m dying for those bats hanging upside down so that would definitely be a first creation! Then probably Christmas scenes.

  61. So many possibilities for the Ta-da Diorama set…I’ll start with holiday cards. But the Halloween cards are tempting, too!

  62. Wow! This is an amazing die set! You did it again! So many ideas floating around in my head right now! The first stamp set that popped into my mind to use with the dies was the Rub-a dub-dub set – can see a really cute card using those ducks and bathtub! But then there are all the mice with the strawberries – no wait – what about a picnic scene with Crazy Antics and those adorable ants………….

  63. I could use this for every occasion! I would also like to use this to make a scene of seasonal decor for my entryway table! ☺️

  64. I am totally afraid to try any of the complicated cards like this. I need a class with a simple design to get me going.

  65. The ideas are endless with the Ta-da interactive die cuts. It would pair well with the many cute Lawn Fawn critters. I could see using it with the apple tree stamps for fall, the strawberry stamps for summer and of course for every holiday and season.

  66. This is so much fun! My kids would love crafting with this set, we all watched the video and think it looks great!

  67. I need to see how those work. I especially love the bat caves! I would like to use this for all sorts of cards using your adorable critter stamps and dies. But the first thing I would like to make is a treasure themed card. We have been wanting to do a treasure hunt for our grandkids. The card could be the last clue…….

  68. It would be fun to put a “young” photo of someone on the front and a current photo inside that is revealed when you open the doors for a birthday card.

  69. I love this new die! I am not yet sure how I will use it, but I love making cards with the mice stamps, so I am sure they will be involved!

  70. Soooo many possibilities!! Love it. I can see possibilities for any season. Like potato chips, I can’t choose just one!!

  71. So adorable and so easy! I am planning on using it for Christmas cards for my granddaughters…they will love it!

  72. The possibilities are endless for this die, but I think it would be fun to make an underwater scene, a look inside a cupboard with the mice getting into mischief, some kitties sleeping on shelves, a library full of books with a little book worm. Let the creative juices flow!! So looking forward to this amazing release.

  73. Oh. My. Lanta!!! These interactive cards are amazing! I neeeeeedddddd!!!!
    I want to make Halloween cards with the fangtastic friends set! So friggin cute!!!🖤

  74. I would make a pirate theme card that you open to find the treasure! My son is really into pirates lately.

  75. My first card will have to be a stage, for my daughter who has waited “her whole life,” to be a theatre kid!!!

  76. Love all the inspiration- I think since I am quite ready to let go of summer, I go with a beach/ocean or underwater scene.

  77. Oh my goodness, this new die is so cleverly designed to make this type of card easy to make! You can use it for anything! I have Halloween on the brain so I’d probably use it with either Booyah or Purrfectly Wicked first.

  78. I love this diorama! I would use it all year long, but my first project would probably be something cute for Halloween with little ghosts and pumpkins 😀

  79. Wow you guys always come up with something awesome! 😍 I would use this die with mice – they go with everything! 😍

  80. I have boxes of Lawn Fawn stamp sets. I have so many ideas like the plane with banner flying across the sky. Lots of layered clouds.

  81. I would use it for announcing a new grandchildren! A surprise birthday! With all the mice! A retired card!
    Possibilities are endless!!

  82. This is a very versatile set so I have a few ideas: 1. A holiday scene with Christmas carolers, 2. A tea party and 3. The mice working in their garden with veggies growing and flower boxes.

  83. Wowza!!! All the inspiration samples are AMAZING! My head is spinning with all the possibilities for this die set. A pirate scene would be fun. You could have a treasure map on the front and the reveal would show the pirates and their treasure.

  84. There are so many possibilities for this Ta Da!Interacyive die! Definitely a lot of surprise birthday and Christmas cards in the future will be made!

  85. This new die is so versatile it can be used for every single season and reason! I think I’ll be doing a lot of Christmas cards with this one!!

  86. Oh my goodness! I’m so excited for this set!!! I think it would be adorable for it to be the entrance of the bear’s cave or maybe the mushroom fairy house to peek inside. I can’t wait to play with it!

  87. I absolutely love the diorama and extension sets! This is a must have for me. Once I purchase them, I plan to make a dinosaur scene for my dino obsessed son for his birthday. There are so many fun and cute designs that can be made with these two sets. Release day can’t come fast enough.

  88. What kind of magic is this? The Ta Da! dies are so so clever! I love the idea of a simple winter scene on the front/pull outs then it opens and, bam!, even cuter scene inside! Maybe presents and then opening presents?

  89. I think it could be cool to do a peek into a forest scene – past the trees on a front panel and into the woods with squirrels and bears and deer and beavers… so many possibilities!

  90. So many ideas for the Tada Diorama. I think a back to school classroom would be a great teacher card. Homecoming game, or the homecoming dance. I’d love to use mice on ice to create a diorama too.

  91. I’d make a birthday card with “Herd it’s your Birthday” on the front that would open up to lots of partying animals

  92. This is such a great WOW die! It’s so good I can’t pick one thing to create with it. But instead EVERYTHING. So many possibilities.

  93. Gosh – the possibilities are endless! What immediately came to mind is something holiday – especially Halloween. Maybe sunshine and rainbows??? Almost anything – how about a welcome baby card? I need one of those coming up so maybe that one!

  94. So many possibilities. I would do one using the new hat there, hayride along with a combination of critters on the farm and hay there.

  95. OMG!! You have out done yourselves again!!
    Lawn Fawn you are the bomb!! Your interactive cards are just amazing!! There is so much potential for this card. Like you said every holiday with any of the cute animal sets and birthday surprises, graduation, anniversary, bon voyage, summer fling, etc. etc. Cant even wait until the 24th!!
    Thank you for always being so innovative and solving the problems with interactive cards!! Love it!!

  96. Oh, I totally know what I am going to make! Ta-da Diorama + Yappy Birthday = the cutest B-day card for my Father-in-law.

  97. I love this idea and it reminds me a lot of the shadow box card, so I’m planning on using some of the shadow box pieces, like the window openings, to change up my Ta-Da Diorama. I especially want to see what I can do with the Fireplace Add-On and the Diorama. How cute would it be to open up a cute fireplace scene to see Santa’s legs coming down the chimney?

  98. I wonder how long it would take to make a card from everyone of my lawn fawn stamp sets? I am challenging myself right now. Just can’t decide where to start.

  99. I really think this would be fun to use on a card with a teater or musical stage for when I’m giving one of the kids tickets to something like that.

  100. I would make a wolf diorama for my granddaughter! She would LOVE it!
    Can’t wait for the release to become available.
    I love the stitched gourds and pumpkins, the diorama, and so much more!

  101. I just adore your interactive cards. They are fun and easy to put together and they are so much fun for the recipient. I love the wolf card that you put together. I would use these dies to make this year’s Christmas cards.

  102. I need this die set immediately!
    Seriously, I can think of so many uses for it. I would make a bear cave. A mouse house. A wonderful winter friends snow scene. I can’t wait until it’s here.

  103. This is such a versatile die set, but since I make tons of birthday cards I would probably use it the most for that. However, I am picturing a sweet scene using “A Creature Was Stirring”.

  104. I think I would use it with my Nutty or Nice stamp set and use the pixie dust paper for snow, so I could have squirrels playing in the snow for a Christmas card.

  105. Such an amazing versatile interactive die! I should use this die set first for making surprising Christmas cards.

  106. The possibilities are endless. I’d probably start with a birthday card with the message on the front and the inside would have a cake and balloons.

  107. I’m squealing with excitement for the diorama set! I see myself using all the different LF creatures to make birthday cards for my grandkids, how fun!

  108. I’d like to make a Christmas scence and make the mechanism the chimney for Santa, and when you open it up you see Santa and the presents going down the chimney, or the scene inside the house.

  109. This interactive is awesome! I think the first card i will use for this involves the ceitters playing their musical instruments.

  110. I think I would like to try to recreate Megan’s apple card with the worm inside. Such a fun interactive die set.

  111. ❤️ that it makes cards that can stand yet fold flat for mailing! Definitely a die for all occasions / designs!

  112. Wow!! Such clever ideas I can’t even at this moment come up with something more original… those bats and the penguins sold me!!!😄😄😄

  113. How about a birthday card with a cake on the outside and then open it up to a cake with a slice of cake taken out. Ep. the before and after cards.

  114. My first thought for the Ta-Da diorama is a fireplace for the outside…..and Santa coming down in the reveal! How fun all the holiday scenes with it!!

  115. Father’s Day is coming up in a few weeks here so I think I would combine the new farm stamp set with this and create a farming scene.

  116. This interactive die is a must have! There are so many occasions and holidays you can use this for! I can’t wait to get my hands on it. 😍

  117. I would love to create a summer diorama with mice on the beach collecting seashells!
    My first is Halloween mice card, fall mice in playing in leaves, Christmas mice baking,
    New Years mice in Champane bubbles & so much more! 💗🐭💗🐭💗

  118. Omg this is so great! I’m loving the Halloween cards, so I would make those first, so many possibilities love it!

  119. Cuteness overload! I would totally use this with elephant parade for like a baby reveal card. Definitely a Halloween card, Christmas card. Oh and birthday too! Really- anything and everything.

  120. This would be a great presentation for a gift card surprise. Hmmm I’d use it as is but wouldn’t it be amazing if down the road lawn fawn made a pop up add on so when opened a gift card pops out of the back behind the pictures?

  121. This looks like another great interactive die. Super versatile and can be used with lots of Lawn Fawn sets!

  122. I would use these diorama dies to create birthday cards. I think they would be so fun for the birthday recipient to open!

  123. I’d like to use it with the Purrfectly Wicked kitties showing them in their witchy lab creating all the potions. Or create a Santa’s workshop!

  124. I think it would be cute to set this as a stage with curtains and have them open to reveal characters on the stage.

  125. I can think of so many ways to use the Ta Da Diorama…… beach scene, underwater scene, winter, spring, summer, and fall scene, birthday scene, different holiday scenes. The list goes on and on.

  126. I love building scenes so I would use Ta Da Diorama to give me an even bigger canvas for more critters and details.

  127. What a fabulous interactive die!! This could be used in an infinite number of ways, but as I have several birthdays coming up, I would have balloons, gifts, cake and streamers!!

  128. I think it would be cute to use it this new Ta-Da! Diorama! interactive die set for some sort of surprise like maybe a baby announcement or new furry addition to the family, etc.

  129. This interactive die is awesome 🤩 I can imagine to have other shaped windows like a heart for valentine or an oval or alike. This die is so versatile 😍 love it

  130. I love this new interactive die. I haven’t really ventured into creating interactive cards yet, except for a couple of shaker cards, but this Ta-Dah Diorama die looks so easy to use and the possibilities for card ideas is just endless. I think I would like to use this with one of my very first Lawn Fawn stamp sets… Elphie Selfie.

  131. Oh, what a fun die! Outdoor night-scene on the front, Santa walking up to a sleepy house… Inside he has put all the Christmas presents by the tree.
    So many fun things this die can be used for! Love all the shown cards!!!

  132. I am going to use it as Christmas cards. I’m not sure yet what stamp sets I will use! I’m hoping to fall in love with a new Christmas stamp set you come out with.

  133. Oh wow! This Ta Da! Diorana! is awesome for making cute dimensional cards! The name is pretty cute too! I would like to use it to make an amusement park scene with a roller coaster, & Ferris wheel & fireworks in the sky for a birthday or just to say hello! I would put the die cut tickets on the outside front of the card! I know anyone who receives a card made with this amazing die would be so surprised & happy!

  134. I really love this new interactive die! I think I will use it with an older stamp set. I will use it upside down with the piñata stamp and all candy falling out!

  135. I can see a party taking place with a big birthday cake, or the party puppies having fun. Or the sewing mice being very busy, or bees being busy!! I love the idea of cutting a die in half to open up! A theatre scene would be fun, with the curtains on the outside and inside!

  136. I can see the ta-da-diorama being used on every Lawn Fawn card, its looks so versatile, at this stage Christmas cards would be the first thing I would make with them but also for my grandkids a Halloween card which they love

  137. I have so many ideas swimming in my head. I want to try to use it for Fangtastic friends but I also think I’ll use it to make a kitchen scene with mice.

  138. WOW!!! The design team members have outdone themselves with this versatile interactive die set – amazing cards!! Being so close to Autumn, I would create scenic Thanksgiving cards for my grandsons. Both love visiting the pumpkin patch, so cards using that theme would be ideal.

  139. So many clever and cute ideas featuring this interactive die. It woul be fun used as party invitation card

  140. My wheels were spinning.. this die is so versatile. The scenes building is endless. It also appears to be easy to use. I was thinking about building a wedding scene. I’m so inspired.

  141. I’m not sure what I would use for but the possibilities seem endless. I keep thinking if it as a play and the curtains go up.

  142. It’s always hard to tell ahead, what I want to use a specific product for. Usually the ideas come once I’ve seen the true size and actually held it in my hands. But since we’re heading into fall, I’ll most likely make a fall scene first – with lots of fallen leaves, acorns, pumpkins and some birch trees in the background.

  143. So many cool ideas. I could see putting pictures inside. Like a younger picture on the outside and a picture of the person a few years down the road. Graduation seems to be sticking in my head. Kindergarten to Senior year.

  144. We just adopted a rescue dachshund this week so I would use it with one of your Doxie stamps to introduce everyone to Daisee!

  145. OMG! Yay!! I love interactive cards! I have so many lawn fawn sets that would make a cute card! I think I am most excited about using them to make a fun underwater scene with the jawsome shark in the box!

  146. Gosh there are so many fun ways to use this new die set. I think I’d like to use it with the bug deal critters.

  147. Love this fun interactive die set. It reminds me of the Disney It’s a small world ride, where you’ll be surprised entering different countries theme, making the “Wow” factor. I would like to incorporate this die set with the shadow box theater add-on on to create a fun scene 💕

  148. SWOON!! This NEW Interactive Die Set is SO FUN!! I LOVE ALL of the AMAZING Inspiration!! I’d create some Birthday and Fall/Halloween Cards with this NEW Die Set!! THANKS and have a FABULOUS WEEKEND!!

  149. I love this new die! I can see using it for so many things. Birthday surprise cards, gender reveal cards, even announcing a baby on the way… so many ideas so little time.

  150. I would love to do some winter mice in a diorama and definitely the paper plane critters. Thanks for sharing! 😊

  151. This set gives endless fun choices but I fancy doing a version of the story book The Elves & the Shoemaker. So outside is the front of the show shop then you open & then elves are busy working on the shoes behind the Shoemaker back. ( If you’ve not read this children’s book they help the poor work out shoemaker out but he doesn’t know till he finds them ) Red Riding Hood, or Snow White could also be great versions, sorry 2 yr old granddaughter alert !!

  152. I want to use this set for EVERYTHING! I first want to use it with some of my magic picture changer stamps with a before on the windows and then make an “after” scene

  153. Your interactive dies are my favorites because they’re so well done and easy to use! I’d definitely use this one with all the cute mice sets.

  154. The projects show so many unique ideas for the type. I like the design for the apple card. I think I’d try to make an oven in the same style.

  155. I’m not sure if the stadium seat die cut would fit but if it did, I would put that in the background with fans and then in the foreground, I’d use the tiny sports friends to play a game (i.e. soccer, football, baseball, etc). So many ideas for this Tada Diorama!!

  156. I would use a lot of critters to make a card.. I like the let’s go nuts card.. also a scene with hay there hayrides with the mice

  157. I think I would use it for Christmas cards and probably birthday cards from the group, as there’s lots of room to put critters to represent everyone.

  158. So many ideas. How about the On The Road Again die in the middle and it opens to a scene with the car critters? Of course I would use the unicorn picnic because I love those cute unicorns. Remember the card with the gnome in the office chair. I would make that as a Ta Da moment for sure. The imagination and sets you can use are limitless.

  159. This Ta Da! Diorama is incredible!! I am so excited to use it. I plan to make fun scenes with it. I love interactive cards, and I really like how flat it folds for mailing. I plan to do some Halloween scenes with it first. I love how the design team used it upside down to hang bats! That might be what I make first.

  160. What a great interactive sue! I think it would be super cute to use this with some bug and floral

  161. What a perfect name Ta da diorama! Just like a magic show reveal, ta da! 😃. I think I would put an aquarium scene in the reveal. With fish and possibly a mermaid. So many choices 🥰

  162. I love this😍 I can’t wait to create this years Christmas cards with it ! Or create cute birthday scenes with all the critters in my stash .

  163. I think the tada dies would be great for birthday cards. A performance congrats card with a stage would be really cute too!

  164. There are so many amazing things you can do with this die. It can be used to showcase holiday and birthday scenes. Currently thinking about a mermaid card for my granddaughter’s birthday.

  165. Wow what a great die. I would use this die to create a new day/new beginnings card because I have many family members starting new school years, jobs and stages of life.

  166. Well the first thing I’ll use it for is for a scary Halloween card with bats and maybe one with some cute little trick or treaters 🙂 The possibilities are endless with this one!

  167. I’d first use this set with Mermaids for you and an underwater scene. But the possibilities are endless 🙂

  168. So many possibilities for this new die, I can’t wait to have this new interactive die in my stash. Endless possibilities . . . for cards. But am I the only one that saw the hillside pieces as beds? Totally going to have some mice jumping on the bed!

  169. Oh my gosh so many ways to use this new die. Birthday, underwater mermaid cards, surprise for all occasions. Wow!!!

  170. Ta-Da-Ta-Da… Diorama… yay!!!! this is really another cool interactive dies for my collection to create lovely, cute and surprise scenes…. 😲😍😁

  171. I would use this set with my Christmas Fishes set and Ocean and Mermaid stamps! Would also love to use this for my peas stamp set to show like a concert hall for the singing peas!

  172. Holy moly… IDK where to start. I guess I would begin w/ a scene that by definition has layers… like a Xmas pageant on a stage. Some characters could be out front, some midstage and some in the back. That sounds too ambitious to me even as I type it, though. Maybe an outdoor scene with a picnic. Some goodies from Crazy Antics in the foreground and a boat / lake scene in the back.
    This post is just amazing!! This interactive element looks superb… easy enough for non-engineers to use and creates a huge impact visually! BRAVO, Lawn Fawn! You continue to outdo yourselves!!!
    Lori S in PA

  173. I’m not sure the ta-da diorama die set is for me. It’s super cute, don’t get me wrong, but I have found that I don’t use the interactive dies when I do make cards. So super cute, I would be excited to receive one, but may not be for me. However, the more I see these cute examples… the more I may be persuaded, lol.

  174. I think I would attempt a fun spooky card with bats or cats to start! Such a fun interactive card!!! Thanks for the chance!

  175. I love all your interactive die sets! I would use them to make cards for Royal family Kids camp. I’ve been making the kids birthday cards with the flipping fabulous die set.

  176. Ta-Da Diorama is at the top of my list for this release. I want to make lots of Christmas cards with it, and also some birthday cards. I LOVE all the interactive card dies from LF. This is another great one!

  177. Oh it would have to be for Christmas cards! Alllll the snowflakes and perhaps a gift card slot at the back…!!!

  178. I love this interactive set. So many options with it. It would be fun to use it for birthdays with Critters in concert for example.

  179. Lawn Fawn interactive dies are always my absolute FAVE! This one is SO fun and I can’t wait to make halloween cards with it! 🙂

  180. I would definitely use this set for my special Christmas cards. Anything festive I go all out, and this is an all out card!

  181. LOVE the new Ta-Da! Diorama set! It looks sooo useful! I am thinking it would be amazing to use for both cards and scrapbooking pages. I’ll use it with the other Lawn Fawn sets I already own — Den Sweet Den bears, especially, because the diorama will be an awesome den for the bears. I think it will also be adorable with Sew Very Mice and My Scent With Love Skunks!

  182. My favorite dies were the shadow box and the shutter card….now it’s this one….it’s like 2-in-1
    Can hardly wait to have it…I’m super excited 😊

  183. I can’t wait to try this interactive die. I have a few ideas of how I want to use this set, but have to see if they work out before I feel comfortable saying what they are. 🙂

  184. Love this Ta! Da! Diorama! Die set. I was thinking something needs to swing from the sky using the acetate idea. Hmmmm, dinosaur…birds…monkeys…???

  185. I love this idea! Definitely very cute with an underwater scene – maybe using you are sublime or christmas fishes!

  186. I think I would do a birthday card, with cake anc presents inside. Like a surprise birthday party. But this die is si versatile !

  187. This die is so versatile, i see Halloween and Christmas cards coming up… Love Caly and ‘Yainea’ ‘s designs 🙂

  188. I’m not sure which set I’d use with it exactly, but I’d like to use it to make diorama Christmas cards this year!

  189. Every time Lawn Fawn comes up with a new interactive die I think to myself there is no way they can top this… and then the next release hits and I’m blown away! This die is so cool. I think it would be fun to make a theatre/concert scene with the panels as curtains and then the inside is the show!

  190. Eek! I’m loving this new Ta-Da! Diorama! interactive die! So many great ideas come to mind with this but right now, I will be creating a lot of Halloween scenes with it! Can’t wait!

  191. What wouldn’t you use it for…? I’d probably do mostly birthday cards, but I love that I can use any stamp set with it and have so much fun building scenes.

  192. I love interactive cards so I would use this one a lot for a variety of occasions! I’m picturing fun birthday cards!

  193. You can use this die set for every occasion,but first I used it to make my Christmas cards with my mice stamp set 🥰

  194. My nephews love to see what each new card they receive does! I would make them cards of their favorite things: dragons and space.

  195. The Ta-Da Diorama set is amazing! So many possibilities! I would use it for fall, Halloween, and Christmas cards! The card samples are so cute and fun!

  196. I think I would make a birthday card first..using the puppies from Yappy Birthday from the last release. Then Halloween cards & Christmas cards. The possibilities are endless.

  197. Eek another interactive card set!! I love all the designs. I could see using it as a surprise birthday party card or something with the dinosaurs and aliens combined. I don’t know..just so many things could be done with it!

  198. This is really cool! My first thought was a dinosaur card because I did a dinosaur diorama in elementary school haha

  199. This is amazing engineering! Before and after or and then… scenes come to mind. One scene on the front, second inside. Baby announcements, birthday, Christmas, get well, so many ideas!

  200. I can see using this to make a cute concert scene using the critter concert images or a lovely underwater scene.

  201. Who comes up with all these interactive ideas and how to make them work? Because they (the person or people and the ideas) are amazing. And I think my personal favorite part of this interactive card is that you can attach it as a panel so theres room to write a personalized message.

  202. I would use the mice throwing snowballs for a winter card. Although this die is very versatile for any stamp set!

  203. How would I not use the Ta-Da! Diorama! 🙂 Its so versatile. Can’t go wrong with the mice, penguins, any of the Lawn Fawn critters really! I can’t pick just one!

  204. Wow, what a cute new interactive option, I love making interactive cards using your die-sets! I would for sure use this new option for cards for my kids & their friends – they adore interactive cards 🙂

  205. I would like to do a few scenes with these dies- A Halloween scene, and a tree decorating scene, and I can just keep on listing things but you don’t have that kind of time! 😂

  206. I would do a Christmas magic message scene and then a penguin party scene inside, I think that would be super fun!

  207. Love this new die set! I would love to use this die set to make Christmas cards for my son and daughter’s teachers! Also birthday cards would be really cool! 🙂

  208. Wow, the creativity on this set is out of this world. So many possibilities. I think it’s another must. You knocked it out of the park on this release.

  209. Oh my the possibilities with this die! I can’t wait to make halloween and Christmas cards with it! And I love the name – Ta Da!

  210. Wow, the creativity on this set is out of this world. So many possibilities. I think it’s another must. You knocked it out of the park on this release.
    I really love the tropical and batty dioramas.

  211. Oh my! To be so creative as to make an apple out of the diorama is just… wow! Talk about thinking outside the box!!! And now I want to make that worm too…
    I think I will add photos of the person and/or their family or a picture of me and the recipient together. That’ll be a surprise. And a fitting sentiment in front.

  212. When I hear Ta-Da, I think of magic. I would love to create a magician scene with this. A cat scene would also be fun. Or an underwater scene. There are sooooo many different possibilities.

  213. I love this die set so much! Your company is so innovative, thank you for such wonderful products. I would love to make a cute Halloween themed card with pumpkins!

  214. I think I’d make a Halloween pop up diorama first! I love all Lawn Fawn Halloween sets, they’re my favorite!

  215. Love to create interactive cards at least once a year for at least one major holiday. My family really enjoy them.

  216. OMGosh…I would definitely put a picture of my Great Niece behind the doors. She is doing her first stage crew for school.

  217. To be honest I would probably recreate some of these amazing ideas shown here with my simply celebrate critters or fangtastic friends sets to practice because I have never done these type of 3D style cards. Also I think I need to get the you autumn know set because the colors on grace’s card are beautiful.

  218. I would start by making Christmas cards for my nieces and nephews who love all the interactive cards. Santa on the beach would be 1st. Thanks for making such great instructional videos for all the interactive dies sets, such a great help.

  219. Another great interactive die! I think my granddaughter would love a card for her birthday using this die thanks!!

  220. Hi! I would try using the Birch Tree dies and Stitched Mountain dies for scene building with the Wild Wolves Stamp set

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