Lawn Fawn Intro: Peekaboo Backdrop

Hello and Welcome to our March Inspiration Week! We are showcasing 5 new stamp sets, 4 new standalone die sets and our Gotta Have Gingham Paper Collection! All of these products are available now at lawnfawn.com and at your favorite crafty stores.

We already have two places you can leave comments to win:
Our Big Giveaway Post!
Our Beam Me Up post!
AND today’s post too!

Today is our showcase of Peekaboo Backdrop! Make fun, peekaboo and comic-style cards with this backdrop die. Use the optional “lift the flap” doors to add a little surprise! The design team has made the most amazing samples! We also have a video at the end showcasing some fun ways of using this awesome new set!
Remember to click on the person’s name to see all of the details and leave these wonderful DT girls some comment love!

Yainea used the flaps included in the Peekaboo Backdrop to create a fun birthday with “hoppy” surprises behind the doors! The cute bunnies are from Some Bunny and she added balloons and confetti from Party Animal. The greeting combines sentiments from Party Animal and Hoppy Easter!

I love the adorable cartoon-y look of Elise‘s super clever Hay There design! The bright ink blended colors inside each window and those hilarious googly eyes are just so fun!

Chari used the windows in the Peekaboo Backdrop to create sweet little scenes for the four seasons! It’s beautiful and brilliant!

Lizzy added lots of bright color to this fun Peekaboo Backdrop card! Speech Bubbles die cut from Cilantro, Fake Tan and Raspberry cardstock look awesome with the Really Rainbow paper in the background!

Lynnette‘s Easter card is so adorable! I love how she filled the Peekaboo Backdrop windows with Really Rainbow papers and then added the cute Some Bunny images! The Happy Easter Line Border is the perfect greeting!

I love how Latisha filled the windows with Mini Pop-Up Butterflies for this gorgeous card design! The mix of Really Rainbow papers on the layered butterflies is so pretty!

Jenn created a fun Hay There card with a bit of rustic charm! She used Ground Coffee cardstock to die cut the Peekaboo Backdrop and the door flaps and backed the little vignettes with Gotta Have Gingham paper in Daisy!

Audrey‘s Mother’s Day card uses the Peekaboo Backdrop to create a color block background! The Purple Posies and Mabel papers coordinate so well and they look great with the pretty yellow Little Flowers! The sentiment combines Happy Happy Happy and Bannertastic!

I love how Elise hid the Easter eggs behind the Peekaboo Backdrop “flaps” on this charming Easter card!

With a sweet Gotta Have Gingham background Elena‘s Rub A Dub Dub card is full of charm!

Nichol‘s Toadally Awesome congrats card is so adorable! I love the beautiful ink blending and how she used the Peekaboo Backdrop flap to add the fun greeting!

Now, I have a little video for you showing Peekaboo Backdrop in action and some fun things you can do with it. I hope you enjoy it! Watch it below or at our You Tube channel.

Thanks so much for watching!

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Peekaboo Backdrop! Tomorrow we have another fun set to show you! For now, though, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us how you would use Peekaboo Backdrop by March 22nd at 5:00pm ET, and we will randomly pick one winner for this die set! (If you already own this die set and win, you can choose another set!)
Make sure to come back tomorrow, Sunday, March 18th for our next inspiration week post!
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288 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Peekaboo Backdrop

  1. I love to set up scenes and the Peek A Boo backdrop die would be great to use at Christmas especially with the Here We Go A-Waddling and Winter Village or Frosty Friends!

  2. Love the idea of using this die with the “Ahoy, matey” stamps/dies to make a treasure hunt 🙂 would be super cute 🙂

  3. The peekaboo backdrop reminds me of a comic book so I would definitely use it to create 4 small scenes, it’s just a perfection addition to my collection

  4. A garden scene with bare ground on the front and blooming plants under the flaps is on my to do list. Awesome samples.

  5. Love that peek a boo die. The card with the window flaps is my favorite. The cards are beautiful and so cute. I wish my cards would look as good. I need some practice for sure. Gorgeous work everyone. Inspiring.

  6. I could use this die so many ways. It would be cute for birthday cards and just love all the cards. Great release and love anything Lawn Fawn.

  7. I love the peekaboo backdrop and all the wonderful projects by you and the design team. I would use this die to make little scenes with surprise messages or for kids cards with jokes/riddles and cute images on the outside and answers on the inside.

  8. Wow!!! Love so much this new die!!! I would use Peekaboo Backdrop to make funny cards and little Advent Calendars.

  9. I would definitely use the die with all my critter stamps to make scene cards with and for my grandchildren. They love your stamps! As do I 😉

  10. I would make the comic book style card I’ve been wanting to make for a while: Life Is Good scenes with flip-flops; a hammock; a beach with sandcastle; and a lighthouse. I would use the interactive window options separate from the Peekaboo Backdrop to add some treasure finding to a Ahoy, Matey card.
    I’m so glad Lawn Fawn adds extras to their coverplate dies.

  11. What adorable cards! This is such a fun and versatile die set.I can think of several ways to use this. Under the peekaboo panels I can see using sentiments as if they are being said from whatever adorable critter is on the outside flap. At least that would be just one of the birthday cards I think I’d create. I can see it better than explain it…LOL In any case…love this set ♥

  12. I have had to place 3 different orders from this release & now it looks like I’ll be going back for a fourth now that I’ve seen these dies in action. Just hope they’re in stock!

  13. What a versatile die! I would use this die with all of my cute Lawn Fawn sets to create little scenes in each cut out area.

  14. Oh my!! How cute are these. Love this new die. How would I use it? I love interactive cards so I can see birthday cards with a special message hidden under the windows. Or maybe a place to tuck a gift card as a surprise. I think the list could be endless ince I got started. Great new release!

  15. So many adorable cards showing so many cute ways to use this die! I would most likely create peek-a-boo cards using all your cute puppies and critters (since they are my favorites). Thanks so much for the chance to win!

  16. I love interactive cards, especially for kids (or adults who are kids at heart). I would use these to make cards for the kids at the shelter I volunteer at with my dog for pet therapy

  17. Thank you for showing so many wonderful examples of Peek a boo cards! I would love using it with my dog dies, squirrels, coffee, and even a book theme!

  18. Your Design Team creates so many amazing projects. I think I would use this backdrop to add interest to my background. I love the the Mother’s Day card.

  19. My first idea was to ‘Peek A Boo’ my way through a Christmas card using photos in each square.
    Perhaps a treasure hunt for a gift card with a map? Love this die!

  20. I would use the Peekaboo Backdrop much like Nichol and Jenn’s cards! Loving all the cards showcased here today!

  21. Your DT is so fantastic! Love, love, love all of these designs! The peek-a-boo interactive is adorable – I am all over it!

  22. I think they Peekaboo die would make some adorable birthday cards, especially if you use the aliens from the new Beam Me Up set!

  23. So cute projects! I would make peek-a-boo card with cute critters or maybe turn this die into a house with doors and windows with surprises peeking behind 🙂

  24. what a fun set – I would use it on cards for children as it is so fun to hide images and sentiments behind the flaps:)

  25. So cool! I’ve got to get that peekaboo dropdrop. I think it would be great to use the peekaboo windows for a fun birthday card for my granddaughters using the little mermaids.

  26. Wow, I never realized how versatile the peek-a-boo backdrop was. I think I may need to add one to my crafty room. I love Chari’s card with all the seasons, very creative.

  27. I’m impressed with all the ways you’ve used that peekaboo backdrop! I love it, and I’d love to make Easter cards for the little ones if I was lucky enough to have one in my hands 🙂

  28. What a great die! There are so many cute ideas to make with this die. I would use it to make cards for my younger nieces and nephews they would enjoy opening the tabs.

  29. Cute creations. I like the peek a boo feature. I would make cards for the grandkids with their favorite animals.

  30. I absolutely LOVE the Peekaboo Backdrop. It is so fun creating little scenes in each Peekaboo window. One of my FAVE items from your new release.
    Fantastic designs Ladies!!!!!

  31. I would actually like to do a starwars theme comic strip type scene using the out of this world stamps and dies. I think I could make an awesome bb8 with those little circle dies that go with the planets

  32. Oh my! I think I need this die set now! All of the cards are so amazing! I just love the Mothers Day Card. And loving all of the fun critters peeking out the windows! Too cute!

  33. Love the cards. My favorites are “Have you herd?” and the Frog. They are so adorable and my great-grandkids would love them both.

  34. I want this die set so bad! I would use it for nearly every card I make 🙂 I always want to add more images to my cards but it can be challenge for my clean-ish style so having a grid pattern would help me immensely.

  35. The peekaboo die has ENDLESS possibilities with so many cute critters to add into all of the boxes – can’t wait to try all of them!

  36. I would create a farm scene with the horse, pig, and baby chick peeking out from the flaps as a hidden surprise. I also like the ability to use it like a comic book strip for lots of scenes.

  37. I think I would create a village scene like the four seasons one! I love the added brick look to the church. I colored mine like a school the other day and it was really cute! 🙂 I love the added touch of the flaps and how they are optional!!! 🙂

  38. What a great and creative die! All the inspiration from the designers is awesome. I would use the die especially at Christmas I think, but it would also be cute with the farm animals. Oh! And shaker cards! Thank you for the chance to win!!

  39. I would love to use it with the flap doors for the added surprise! I love how it can be used to create four panels to make it look like a comic!

  40. I’d use the peek a boo die to hide Easter eggs and a basket behind with the Easter bunny on the front looking for them.

  41. Your designers are so talented showcasing Lawn fawn’s collections. Are these cards a adorable. Thank you for always inspiring me.
    Sincerely,
    Elaine Rico

  42. I would use the peek a boo die to make some easter cards. Not sure how yet. Maybe I could make each window a different shaker too.

  43. I love this set and it is on my wish list. I love all the ideas that you have come up with. Would make this as a gift card window and a thoughtful sentiment with a cheerful critter to give to a friend going through a rough time.

  44. I love this die set. I like the idea of little characters popping out from the frames and think the ‘some bunny’ stamp set would be perfect for this.

  45. Love the Hay There card with the barn doors. I’d use the peekaboo with similar or combine with the little aliens.

  46. The Peek-A-Boo backdrop would be cool to use as an “as you grow up” birthday card, showing different stages of life until you get to their current age inside the card. I’ve used your other flap dies to do this.

  47. This is a great addition to the new releases. I can imagine making a baby shower card or graduation card with this set. The samples are amazing and so inspiring. Love it!

  48. I would use it as a comic! I’ve done it before using stitched squares but love that there is a die made to do it now!!!

  49. I love the flowers with the panels… didn’t think of that! I’m so appreciative of your inspiration videos and posts! Not only are your products the cutest thing on the market, but by providing the videos and photos, I want to buy them so I can make the cute cards like your team! Excellent ideas!

  50. I love interactive cards, so this die set speaks to me. I think it would be fun to use it to make a spelling game for my great niece. I would put a picture on the outside of the flap and the word on the inside. The design team had great ideas for using the die, so much fun.

  51. I love this die and would use it to create birthday cards for my children using my Lawn Fawn sets that I already own. I can see the party animals peeking out from behind the flaps, or maybe the mermaids and sea animals, and the panda image would be really cute. SO many possibilities.

  52. The Peekaboo Backdrop would be perfect for super hero scenes, hint hint : ) How adorable would a lawn fawn super hero set be!?!

  53. So creative and fun! I love the idea of using this as a background, with different patterns or colors in the windows. Love your team’s samples!

  54. I love this Peek A Boo backdrop die and it’s versatility! I think it would be perfect for some special first birthday party invitations I need to make for my grandson Enzo.

  55. I would use the peek a boo windows to hide secret messages! I love this die and all the wonderful cards!!! TFS

  56. This is such a fun and interactive die! I would use this for all sorts of card and would always have to include the flaps! What a fun surprise!

  57. Fun, fun, fun is all I can say about the peek a boo backdrop
    and all the awesome cards made with it! Love those cute
    froggies that Nichol used. And the farm animals done by Jenn.
    Ok, all of the cute critters!!

  58. My 10yr old daughter is really into silly riddles right now and the die set would be so cute with the question on the flap and the answer inside. It would make such a cute card for her!

  59. What a fabulous bunch of cards!! This die is really fun, specially paired with the lift up flaps. I have no idea what I would use it for, but I would LOVE to have it for sure!! Shaker card, maybe??

  60. This Peekaboo Backdrop would make awesome birthday cards for my little man and his friends. Now that I think of it, perhaps one never outgrows this sort of thing! Okay, fam and friends, I’m expecting a peekaboo birthday card this year!! 🙂

  61. The Peekaboo Backdrop is on my wishlist! I would pair it with cute LF animals peeking out of the windows.

  62. I’m so excitesnto play around with this die set. I think this would be a cute way to do a surprise pregnancy/ bun in the oven announcement using the lift the flap or window feature. I can also see cards with eggs on the outside and when you open the window you discover what was in the egg. I just love all of these designs the DT did too!

  63. Love the colors! Love the video and samples!
    Love the colors and the darling stamp sets you used with the various peekaboo options! My head is spinning with possibilities! Very inspiring!

  64. I would use them for making flip cards with some kind of secret in them like money. Graduation is right around the corner.

  65. What a great die and so versatile! Another item for my wish list! This would be a great die to set up a little scene for Christmas cards or Birthday cards!

  66. Love the design team’s creations! I would use the peek a boo die for a punny joke reveal, perhaps with the hay there set, but really any stamp set would work.

  67. I would use the backdrop on my greeting cards.
    I love to be able to put little stamps in different
    areas so they are framed and distinct.
    With idea.
    thanks for sharing
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

  68. I am loving this Peekaboo Backdrop and see it very useful for many of the small images sets that I already have. I also see it useful for the big box of small leftover scraps. I NEED this!

  69. This is such a fun backdrop! I would use it with the flaps for birthday or Christmas cards to reveal little surprises. I would also use it without the flaps and make it more of a comic strip format to tell a cute story.

  70. The design team created so many charming and adorable cards! Thank you Kelly for making the video and inspiring me to aim higher in my card making. I really like how the Peekaboo die set adds interest and makes placing varied background colors and patterned papers so easy. With this set, I could use many of my Lawn Fawn stamp and die sets, using colored or patterned pattern for different seasons, holidays, or celebrations. Since I make cards for children, I especially like the interactive feature of the lift-the-flap dies.

  71. I would like to use it to make mini scenes. I always have to scale down an idea to fit on a card. This will help me break it up.

  72. Love all the cards. I think this die would be cute as a graduation invitation card by adding a baby photo and a graduation photo along with all the important details of the event to be sent out to family and friends.

  73. I love this die set so much.
    I’m really looking forward to using it with all the LF Critters stamp sets to make little scenes mixing and matching all the critters in the little windows!!!

  74. I would love to try it out with my Hay there stamps and some of my Christmas critters!! Also I would definitely have to create a glow in the dark one 🙂

  75. All the cards are awesome! Great job team! I’d love to use it with images in some windows and sentiments/words in others. Thanks for the chance!

  76. I would use the peek a boo back drop vertically and make it look like a building with animals living in it… ala “who are the people in your neighborhood” kind of vibe.

  77. Peekaboo and lift the flap books are some of my daughters favorite things! She is about to be two and I make cards and put them in a memory box for when she turns 18. Nursery rhymes, sayings, whatever reminds me of her, I make it to remember these special moments in time. This set would be perfect for cards for her box!

  78. I can’t wait to get this die! I love the peekaboo windows. Such a great way to add a surprise for the recipient.

  79. Such cute cards! I especially love Chari’s seasons one, Elise’s Hay There card and Elena’s Rub-a-Dub-Dub scene. If I had this die I think I’d hide sweet treats behind each window for a birthday card.

  80. So much cuteness and inspiration – wow these inspirational posts are so fun! I would use the peek-a-boo for mini scenes, and mostly for cards for kids – they would be super cute!

  81. Cute card ideas today. Using this pee a book die I would put a secret message under each flap that would lead the recipient to find their present. It could be done this way for birthdays, Christmas or Easter.

  82. Adorable designs by everyone! I love how versatile this die is. I would use this die I think mostly for cartoon style picture telling.

  83. Such a fun and versatile die! I might try to use it in my scrapbooking with photos.. Wonderful inspiration from the DT as always!

  84. I would use the Peek-a-Boo die to make a card and under the flaps I’d put short inspirational messages, such as “You are kind”, “Grateful for you friendship” etc. thank you LF and DT for the awesome ideas.

  85. I am inspired to use this for St. Patty’s day next year with the windows to make a leprechaun “Find the Pot of Gold” search card.

  86. I love all the card examples today! So many fun bright cards! I would use the peekaboo panels for hiding sentiments… like the second half of a sentiment on some cards. Also love hiding surprise critters inside…I like the idea of hidden Easter eggs under panels!

  87. Would be adorable as an Advent calendar for Christmas! I love the use of the bunnies as a cute little Easter surprise card! Thanks!

  88. I think the first thing I’m going to try is using just the frame die with an acetate cover to create sort of a shadow box picture frame. I thnk it would be a great way to store memorabilia from some of our favorite vacations! Create little mini photos for the larger rectangles and store ticket stubs, etc in the little squares. Can’t wait to try it!

  89. Super adorable projects!! I would use Peekaboo Backdrop on cards especially for Easter, Halloween and Christmas. I would also build cute background scenes on my cards too.

  90. These cards are so cute! The peekaboo backdrop die is so versatile, but I would use it primarily to make birthday cards.

  91. I think the Peek-a-boo backdrop would be great for an Advent Calendar! Not just for Christmas, but for any Holiday and even a Birthday or baby arrival. What a great die!

  92. This is such a cute die! I’m pretty sure that I would have one of the LF critters peeking out from each window to create fun birthday cards!!

  93. I bought this set as soon as it was available and have created many wonderful comic book style cards with it. I am going to try the peek-a-Boo feature now after these wonderful inspirations!
    Cheers!

  94. This die is so much fun! I love the idea of hiding sweet LF critters or fun sentiments behind the doors! What a great way to cheer up a friend:)

  95. I’m so excited that you’ve made a post showing how to use these flaps! I bought this and was a little unsure about how they would work. Love your inspiration – I think this will be super fun for Christmas cards – maybe put a present on the front and then inside the flap, show the gift open. Excited to try this out!

  96. I just LOVE Lawn Fawn! I have never bought sooo many stamps and dies in my life! I wish I could buy every spring stamp and die that came out this year!

    Thank you for making such AMAZING stamps!

    (I follow Lawn Fawn on Instagram and I am subscribed to the youtube channel under the name of my email!)

  97. This is so cute and so versatile–I’d love to use it with some of the Lawn Fawn Christmas/winter sets that I have.

  98. These cards are adorable! The Peekaboo Backdrop looks like a great die 🙂 I would use it to make birthday cards; I love the color block card example, too!

  99. I love how Lawn Fawn always has such cool, interactive dies! I would use this peekaboo die to maybe do a love or Valentine’s Day theme scene where a critter is knocking on doors (flaps ) and inside is a critter with copic makeup and a bow on. Like they are ready for a date. And other panels are a scene from different portions of their date ( walking or riding bike and then eating together 🙂

  100. So many great cards for inspiration! I would definitely use it for cards for my niece and nephew – they would love peeking in little windows on their cards!

  101. The Peekaboo Backdrop die is so versatile! I would make an advent calendar at Christmas with the die. Love the DT samples!

  102. This is my favorite set right now!! I love the
    butterfly 🦋 with it.
    I’m so excited about the giveaway. I hope I’ve entered myself correctly🙉🤪

  103. I really like how Nichol used some of the windows with flaps. So I think I would do something similar but with the Wild For You set. I love the giraffe in that set.

  104. I love the peek a boo backdrop die! I would like to use it to make cards where some squares have flaps and don’t don’t, like Nichol did on her example.

  105. I would use the peekaboo backdrop for an advent calendar style card to count down to kids birthdays or Christmas.

  106. I have to say, this is another one of the items I’m sad that I haven’t been able to order yet!! It’s so fun and versatile for creating scenes! UGH I love all of these projects everyone – beautiful work!!!

    I would totally be using this die to create little comic style scenes!! I love it so much!

  107. I would use the peekaboo backdrop for my holiday cards. I really think it would be sweet to hid gifts and treats behind the doors.

  108. wow, so many cuteness is almost unbearable 😉 I love all the critters and this peekaboo is just so much fun! Thank you for the chance of winning this.

  109. Awesome new set! I think I would use it to create a shaker card with various shaker windows and colors.

  110. I think this die is so super creative I just love it! I would use it with the flaps to have cute little hidden scenes that the recipient could open 🙂 this is a need not a want for sure haha!

  111. I was so excited to see this die! I love how Chari always creates the cutest little comic book scenes and this die is perfect 🙂 I would use it for birthday cards and have cute little messages on the inside of the flaps and doors!

  112. Just love the peakaboo! The farm card is my favourite! And after see that card, that is probably how I would use it, or for a birthday card, to hid messages and scenes. Just love another fun interactive feature you have released!

  113. Love this die and all of the great inspiration creations! I would use it for invitations and cards….this would be perfect for “Guess who’s……????”

  114. I went to go buy the die and it was already sold out!! So so fun. I want to make thank you baby cards with it, with pictures inside of our new addition! How fun that would be. I hope they can get more soon, or I can win. lol

  115. Just love the peakaboo! The farm card is my favourite! And after see that card, that is probably how I would use it, or for a birthday card, to hid messages and scenes. Just love another fun interactive feature you have released! (I hope I am not duplicating my comment, but I didn’t see my comment above)

  116. I would love to try to make a book or books with different themes for my 3 year old. He LOVES books!! ❤️

  117. This is a great die. I love that you can customize it to make cards with windows, shakers, peekaboo doors…works for any occasion.

  118. These are soooo cute! Love the peekaboo backdrop and all the possibilities! I love how we can put little messages inside the flaps, very interactive! Or just to divide up into little sections with the stitched frames, love!!! Will probably use it for little “surprise” messages hidden behind the flaps for an interactive element on the card front =)

  119. The peek-a-boo backdrop is one of my favs! It’s sooo versatile! I’d use it with the flaps and surprise shaker sections, words spelling out a message behind each flap and great cards from amusing to serious without the flaps. It a must-have!

  120. Peek A Boo Backdrop Die has Infinite Creative Potential! Definitely a MUST have in one’s Creative arsenal! Great Job LF Design Team, Staff…Well Done!

  121. I have this die and hadn’t figured out what I was going to do with it yet, but I definitely have some direction after today’s inspiration!

  122. I would use this set to make fun little interactive scenes for my little nephews! The first card however will be for my partner – I will hide little messages under each flap explaining a fun activity we will be doing on a date 🙂

  123. Love, love, love Elise, Chari, and Elena’s cards using this die. It’s next up on my Lawn Fawn shopping list!

  124. I’d use the peek-a-boo backdrop to layer patterned papers behind. I always find it difficult to use bold patterns, and I think this would help to break them up

  125. I love the peekaboo backdrop creations! I just made a birthday card using Fairy Friends, Speech Bubbles, and words from other Lawn Fawn sets and cannot wait to try other combinations. Thanks for your fabulous products and inspirational videos and cards!

  126. This die is brilliant for use with all the critter sets we’ve collected!!! My idea isn’t very original, but that is how I would use it. That said, I plan on reading through all the comments for more ideas! Love all the samples, especially the ones without critter stamps, as I wouldn’t have thought to use it that way myself.

  127. I really like this Die. When I finally get mine I want to make peek a boo cards for my grandchildren. I think they will have fun lifting the flaps to see what’s under them. There’s no end to the possibilities with this die.

  128. These projects are amazing! I already purchased this die and have used it to create a baby shower card with the most adorable scene using the Rub-A-Dub-Dub stamp set and dies. The backdrop die is so versatile and fun!

  129. WOW….what a fun new die! I love all the ideas using this Peekaboo Backdrop! It can be used in so many different ways and it makes an adorable setting for creating such fun little scenes! It’s a “must have” for sure!

  130. I would use this die for ALL my critter & little kid stamps…& saying I have many is an understatement *wink*

  131. Fantastic product with super amazing inspirations!! Each one is so beautiful 🙂 I would love to use it similar to Yainea’s creation, that is super fun and interactive 🙂

  132. I love this one! Especially the cards where the little Window-dies are used, at first I thought with the set only the “frame” is included but with the Window/Flap parts in both sizes there are so much more possibilities to use this Die-cut!!

    Maybe I would make some Kind of House-card and i really would love to have Photos behind the windows, so for example your best friend opens the window on the card and there is a picture of both of you making funny faces!
    Or with the flap-part you can make a pirate-themed card with two “blank” spaces with pirate stamps and stuff and two flap-parts with treasures underneath!

  133. I would use it with “Meow You Doin” and put a stamp-version of my cat in the windows, along with a some kitty props!

  134. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this die!! This is the die I have always wanted!!! I love little vignettes and comic book style blocks. I can use this in so many ways! I plan to do pretty much everything shown above and maybe even a while image behind the panel and the panel would feel like a window the see the whole, one image in the background. Gonna have so much fun with this die!!

  135. awesome die! I think I would make a stylized cartoon strip! Or, combine a few together (maybe in a tree shape) for a Christmas advent calendar!

  136. I would love to use this die set with the windows to make a fun surprise card as well as use my very favorite die set the Pivot pop up on the inside. I would also use it with beam me up.

  137. Such a fun idea! I would for sure cut some out for my son to make a cartoon with. I would also use them to make a birthday card with fun critters to find as you pop out the windows.

  138. Would be awesome to use for childrens’ cards- maybe with the pirate set, or even the party animals!

  139. What a versatile die! I would use this as picture frames for all the cute Lawn Fawn critters that I already own 🙂

  140. Plaid paper!! I love all the colors of plaid paper in the seasons card. I need that stamp set. I love the peekaboo windows. And the farm animals. I don’t have any farm animal stamp sets!

  141. I think I would use the Peekaboo Backdrop with the Some Bunny set to build panels of garden scenes portraying the stages of growing carrots from planting to picking. I would use the Gotta Have Gingham paper as backgrounds like the cards shown in the YouTube “Intro to Some Bunny” video because I thought it was a cute idea and very effective. I would use the backdrop die set again on the inside of the card to portray baking a carrot cake using the So Smooth and Sprinkled with Joy sets to do the baking, and then use Bake Me A Cake to build a finished cake or use the cute little cake in the Year Three set.
    By the way, the Mother’s Day card is so sweet.

  142. So cute! What will the creative minds at Lawn Fawn create next? My nephew ans niece would love the secret flap doors and interactive elements to cards using the peekaboo windows.

  143. I really like what Audrey did on her Mother’s Day card, and also Chari’s four seasons card and Lynette’s Easter card. I’d probably do something like that – use it for a pretty background to a focal point or to showcase a set of related scenes.

  144. I like interactive cards so I would use the flaps with the peek a boo backdrop. I would probably put some of your adorable animals on inked up backgrounds behind the doors.

  145. There are so many ways to use the dies. The peek a boo die is awesome. Would use the die a lot for birthday cards.

  146. I would definitely use it comic book style, and add some speech bubbles just like in a real comic book. Comic books are my 10 yr. old’s favorite types of books right now, so this would be perfect to make a card with. Thanks for the chance to win!!

  147. Love all of the cards… especially the ones where the critters are peeking out from the windows. I’d probably make cards similar to that one, since I think they are adorable!

  148. Oh there are so many ways to use this!!! I think pictures of my Grandkids behind them would make an awesome scrap book page!

  149. The question is, how WOULDN’T I use peekaboo backdrop! 🙂 I have so many fun ideas, but think I like the idea of making a fun peekaboo card for our youngest niece’s upcoming birthday, with surprise animals hiding inside!

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