Lawn Fawn Intro: Magic Picture Changer + Magic Picture Changer Add-On

Hello and welcome to Lawn Fawn’s Spring 2019 Inspiration and Release week! On February 21st our 16 new stamp sets and their coordinating dies, 25 new standalone die sets, 3 new paper collections, new ink color, 5 new cardstock colors, new Schoolyard cardstock pack, new Sparkle Spring cardstock pack, 2 Reveal Wheel Templates, Clear Embossing Powder, and 2 sizes of double-sided tape will be for sale at your favorite store and at www.lawnfawn.com! Woohoo!

We already have two places you can leave comments to win:
Our Big Giveaway Post!
Our Oh Gnome!, Mushroom House + Mushroom Border post!
AND today’s post too!

Today is our showcase of Magic Picture Changer and Magic Picture Changer Add-On! With this set of dies you can create a picture that “magically” changes when you pull the tab! This optional add-on to Magic Picture Changer creates a large stitched frame to layer on top of your picture changer. It also includes a second style of pull-tab! The design team has made the most amazing samples! We also have a video at the end showcasing some fun ways of using these fun new sets!

Megan combined our new Magic Picture Changer with Get Well Before ‘n Afters, a companion stamp set! The first picture has our little turtle not feeling so hot…

…as you pull the tab, the picture begins to change…

…and soon our little critter cutie is all smiles!

Elena‘s sweet little scene combines the adorable bear from Butterfly Kisses with little chicks from Eggstra Amazing Easter! As the tab is pulled our scene changes with the addition of a little accessory from Dad + Me, try not to giggle when the new picture emerges!

Audrey used the Magic Picture Changer Add-On and another new companion set, Rain or Shine Before ‘n Afters with pretty rainbow papers and a Fancy Wavy Banner! This thank you card is so cheerful!

The sentiment from Color My World works so well as the alternate picture!

Kay created a sweet Easter design with Spring Fling papers and a cute bunny from Eggstra Amazing Easter!

The alternate picture is a fun curved sentiment from Reveal Wheel Spring Sentiments!

Our new RAWRSOME set is Melissa‘s choice for creating a changing picture card! She die cut the mountain tops from Stitched Mountain Borders from Pixie Dust Sparkle cardstock and colored them with Copic markers to look like lava! So clever! I have a feeling this dinosaur party is about to be interrupted!

Megan‘s Magic Picture Changer card is so cute and fun! She used our new Year Nine taco to help the Screen Time kids celebrate a birthday!

Apparently the happy taco was on the birthday party menu!

Elise used the Eggstra Amazing Easter critters to create a thank you card with a greeting that changes! She stamped the message with Riley’s ABCs. This pretty little vignette includes butterflies, flowers and clouds from Butterfly Kisses!

Lynnette added “A Little Sparkle” to her Magic Picture Changer birthday card! She used Really Rainbow Scallops papers and a combination of Simple Puffy Clouds and Simple Puffy Cloud Frames. Happy Birthday Line Border adds the cheery greeting!

Our Hay There goat is feeling baaaad with a bump on his head, so Megan gathered his barnyard buddies to cheer him up! It must have worked because when the tab is pulled, Mr Goat is looking good!

Jenn shows how fun it is to create a changing picture card with Butterfly Kisses! Our earnest fox is trying to catch that pink butterfly and he finally catches up with it!

Nichol created a birthday card with a clever Year Eight changing picture! I love how she stamped and colored the background and added delicious props from Let’s Roll!

Now, I have a video for you introducing Magic Picture Changer and Magic Picture Changer Add-On sharing some fun things you can do with this set. I hope you enjoy it! Watch it below or click HERE to watch it at our You Tube channel.

Thanks so much for watching!

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Magic Picture Changer and Magic Picture Changer Add-On. 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 our Magic Picture Changer by February 20th at 5:00pm ET, and we will randomly pick one winner for this die set! (If you already own this set and win, you can choose another set!) Make sure to come back tomorrow, Saturday February 16th for our next inspiration week post!

Thank you so much for all of your excitement for our inspiration and release week! Your comments, tweets, facebook, instagram and YouTube messages mean so much to us! Every one puts a big smile on our faces! We think Lawn Fawn fans are the best in the world. We love you guys!

Supplies:
Spring 2019 products will be available on February 21
Magic Picture Changer
Magic Picture Changer Add-On
Butterfly Kisses + coordinating dies
Eggstra Amazing Easter + coordinating dies
Year Nine + coordinating dies
Really Rainbow Scallops
RAWRSOME + coordinating dies
Get Well Before ‘n Afters + coordinating dies
Rain or Shine Before ‘n Afters + coordinating dies
Fancy Wavy Banners


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457 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Magic Picture Changer + Magic Picture Changer Add-On

  1. Not sure how I would use the magic picture changer, maybe from a single (lonely) critter to a critter with a friend/family member and a sentiment about how life is better with friends. THe team provided a lot of good ideas how to use it today in any case!

  2. Looking forward to getting to use this Magic Picture Changer the ideas are just popping into my head. Love all the great ideas your team came up with.

  3. I just love the Magic Picture Changer set. You guys are amazing. What an idea.
    I’m thinking to use stove from “The sprinkled with Joy” set, first with no cookies in the owen and than with baked cookies or a set “Here We go a-Waddling”, the pinguins are gather together to sing a christmas songs … and than form a choir and
    sing … oh, there are a lot of possibilities with Lawn Fawn sets. I can wait to use them and have some fun creating.

  4. I would use it to make a card with a cake with a lit candle that changed into a blown out one with a girl for my niece’s birthday

  5. I am not 100 percent sure how id use it either however there are so many possibilities i think that since my favourite cards to make are christmas cards and/or interactive cards i think i would make some kind of christmas card maybe a christmas tree without presents and then with presents being put their by holiday helpers elves but there are tons of options. I also love making birthday cards and cards with cats on them! But any set that is interactive is always on my shopping list and lawn fawn has so many great sets it makes it kinda hard to choose!

  6. I would use a bare snowy field on one and a spring scene in the next picture…changing seasons. From waiting for christmas to christmas morning :-). There are endless possiilities :-).

  7. I own most of the Lawn Fawn interactive dies and this one is by far my favorite and that’s sayin a lot because I love the ones I have. I would use it to create birthday cards–a cake on the front and a cake with candles on the “inside”.

  8. This is such a creative die; I love it!!! I would use it to create a birthday card with some animals on the front and then add party hats and confetti on the next scene.

  9. This is just amazing! you guys are so so clever! I love all of the sample cards and there are so many good ideas by previous commenters. I think I’d use it similar to magic colour slider – have a black and white image change to colour

  10. You never cease to amaze me with your creativity. I love this die and would use it to create a snowy scene which would reveal the same scene but adding snowmen and more snowflakes.

  11. The possibilities are endless – I like the idea of changing a picture to a sentiment – that is probably what I will try. But I also love the subtle change in Jenn’s card where the fox is catching the butterfly – it looks like it would show movement as a cartoon does.

  12. Easter cards for the grandkids! …And some sweet encouraging cards for friends. I so love the looks of this die, can’t wait for it to come to my house!!!

  13. That magic picture changer is a must have! ♥
    First i’ll use it for get well cards, because my moms best friend has cancer and i craft her cards once in a while and when she feels really bad, because she likes my cards very much and it lights up her days she told me. When I have more time soon I would maybe craft an underwater card with a shipwreck and a treasure chest and when you pull the tab the treasure chest reveals its gold 😀
    Or Babycards where there is Mother bear and father bear and when you pull the tab the little baby appears between the proud parents, that would be lovely! And that was sonly 2 Minutes of thinking, there are so much more possibilities!

  14. My first card would be a Happy Birthday card. I would use the Happy Birthday Sentiment from the set “Happy Happy Happy” and when you pull the tab it would reveal an image with the critters from “Party Animal” and the From All of Us sentiment from “Simply Winter Sentiments”. Thank you for the chance to win. Good luck everyone!!

  15. I’m a late bloomer and have just jumped into the interactive card designs. I can’t wait to get the Magic Picture Changer…my first card will definitely be a caffeinated design 😉

  16. Oh, there are so many possibilities with this die set! Made one of those changing picture cards once by hand it was so much work to figure it all out. This die set will make this so much easiert. Since Easter’s ahead I’d probably make an Easter card first – either with white eggs changing into colored ones, maybe with a cute bunny painting them, or a simple white egg changing into a picture where a little chickie is hatching from it. But that’s only the start of those ideas popping up in my head. And the beautiful samples by the DT add even more….

  17. Thanks to your awesome dies, interactive cards are quickly becoming my favorite cards to make, especially for my 4 grandsons. They will love Magic Picture Changer cards. I’ll probably look for ways to use some of your classic Critters sets in various scenes. This die is on my must have list for sure. Seeing how the design team uses some older sets means my wishlist is growing longer.

  18. This is the die I’m super excited for! The first idea I had was blowing out candles on a birthday cake.
    Thank you for the opportunity to win! This NEEDS to be in my stash!

  19. Those are some awesome cards – so imaginative! I would use the magic changer die to make some lovely graduation cards.
    Thanks!

  20. Oh wow! I just watched the video because I couldn’t believe how easy it is to assemble the magic picture changer. There are so many possibilities with this die! I would use it with 2 different sentiments to complete a funny phrase.

  21. What a brilliant die set! There are so many ways to use it, the possibilities are endless 🙂 I really loved Elise’s card with the changing greeting.

  22. Accckkk! I can barely even stand the cuteness! OVERLOAD! Love all of the cards so very much! Thanks for everyone’s hard work!

  23. I just love this die set!!! I think there are so many possibilities. I may try to use if first for my dog’s obedience trainer – using both the Happy Howloween and Happy Howlidays sets for a dog standing and then sitting. 🙂 But the possibilities are endless!!!

  24. I’ve been keeping my eye for sure on this interactive die cut set. There are so many great ideas from the design team! I will be watching the video to see how it works. On my wish list! Thanks so much for s chance to get this amazing die cut set! I would use it for birthdays and several holidays…

  25. What a fun interactive sweet, and the design team projects are just stunning! Here’s an idea – use Ahoy Matey, and in the first scene show just an ocean scene, and in the second scene show the ship in the scene (like it just sailed in), with the “Thanks for showing me the way” sentiment! And decorate around it on the front with the pirates and chest of gold, etc. So fun! Aack, I can’t wait!!

  26. I love that all of these projects are so wildly fun and creative!Great work Fawnies!!

    I honestly think the possibilities are endless here! I could see a snowman/melted snowman, flower buds/blooming florals, and using the fortune cookie/ghosts from Monster Hugs, I could see a great PacMan scene!

  27. Oh my goodness! Whoever thought this up/created this die should a hundred billion glittery brownie points! I love this die so much! I will be using this a lot – get well cards, thinking of you and especially for birthday cards for my grandkids (I have 19!). And I’m thinking of a way to use my mermaids!

  28. I would love to use this with the before and after sets you have coming out, but I will have to think about other ways like the disappearing taco card! Love that example!!

  29. Oh my gosh, this magic picture changer is just amazing! There are way too many
    things I could use this for. Birthday, Easter, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas …
    and everything in between. lol

  30. The magic picture looks so cool! I would use it to make a birthday scene of a kid holding a gift and in the other scene, it’s unwrapped!

  31. Love the release! This brings interactive cards to a new level. Maybe I would use the picture hanger to change the sentiment. If I had it, I would study all of the wonderful ideas from your creative team, learning as I went.

  32. Yesss, finally my favourite product of this release!:-) The get well card ideas are definitely perfect for this interactive die set, but it could also be fun to make a baby card with it – from a little bun in the oven or a stork/baby clothes, to a little baby/baby stroller, etc… or an egg and then a chick hatching… I think it could be cute 🙂 Or a Christmas card – like a bare Christmas tree/fireplace, and then a decorated one… There are so many options here!

  33. This is the die that I’m most excited about! I love to make interactive cards and all of these ideas are wonderful! I love Lynette’s Unicorn Sparkle card and Megan’s Taco Birthday card. This might be a cute way to add a joke to a card or kissing a frog to turn into a prince. The possibilities are endless!

  34. I love this die! If there were stamp sets about marriage, I would stamp the first scene with love sentiments and the next scene to, “Will you marry me?”

  35. I just love this fun and interactive set! I think it would be so fun to make get well cards with the Magic Changer set and the stamp set that coordinates! 🙂

  36. The Magic Changer is so cool. I would use with the Holiday Helpers, having them all standing around wrapping a gift, and then change it to them presenting the recipient with the pretty wrapped present!

  37. I am SO excited about this die… it is amazing!!! So clever, creative and unique I have so many ideas for using it! 🙂

  38. Those are the coolest!! I bet all of my other supplies would gather dust if I had this…I would play non-stop. It would be so fun to make teacher thank yous with this set.

  39. I cant wait to get this die! I want to put funny glasses on different animals (and food of course). I also want to swap between a birthday sentiment and then balloons and confetti. So many ideas!

  40. I would use the magic picture changer to transform a gray chameleon into a brightly colored one! 🙂 You’re One in A Chameleon!

  41. I love the magic picture changer set. I especially love the way you used it with the get well soon stamps and dies! I would probably use it to create some get well cards and maybe so “just because” or “thinking of you” cards.

  42. I had to put the Picture Changer die on my wish-list for later because my pre-order was a little big. This post makes me so sad I had to do that, and even more anxious to get the die now.

  43. This magic picture changer set looks amazing! So many ways to use it: birthdays, holidays, just a “hello”. I can’t wait to get it!

  44. Love the picture changer set. As to how I would use it, I have so many ideas flooding my mind. The possibilities are endless.

  45. Fantastic ! This can totally change up card sending, a two pictures for price of one effect. You could use this to show the opening of a joke the pull & get the punch line or to show a critter hiding behind a balloon or it’s hands etc then peeking out on the reveal tab picture. Oh it’s limitless, looking forward to using this x

  46. Wow. Oh gosh, there are so many ways to use this. I really liked the one where they had the animals on one side saying something and then after the change, the other animals were saying something. What a cute idea!

  47. Wow, This is sooo cute. I think this set would be great for anyone but especially my 2 year old niece. She would love to pull the tab! Great countdown!

  48. Oh my goodness! Such a cute new release! And those cards have me giggling! Awesome inspiration and thanksnfor the chance to win!

  49. Game changer! This Magic Picture Changer set is amazing, you have simplified an exact process! I have several ideas but the first was to make an “earthling” disappear in the beam with your Beam Me Up set!

  50. Wow!! SO many amazing possibilites!! I don’t know what I would do first with the magic picture changer…I love the turtle idea!! Another fun idea would be something with the pinata, and have it change to an explosion of candy!!

  51. Such cool cards – I love the effect! I would use it to make lots of cards for family, friends and for the local animal shelters to sell at their fairs to raise money for their rescues and help homeless animals! Thanks for the chance to win!

  52. What a great idea! There are so many card ideas just waiting to be made, I don’t know what I’d make first, maybe a pirate with a treasure chest?

  53. The magic picture changer is so great. I think I would do some sort of magic trick scene for a birthday card with the bunnies and the top had. Love all the samples. Great inspiration.

  54. I would make a card showing any of the criitter stamps holding a simple plain egg changing into a Pysanky egg of course….lol

  55. This is so cute and so unique! I think it would be fun to make a snowy/winter scene that changes to spring! 🙂

  56. My niece is pregnant and I thought it would be cute to do a card with two people (or critters) and then the change would be a happy family scene of three!

  57. So many cute ideas!
    I would have the first picture be a field of grass and the second picture be a field with flowers. I would use a “blooming” sentiment to fit the occasion.

  58. I was a little hesitant about the magic picture changer but after watching Kelly’s video (as usual), she has sold me on it. Add to cart!

  59. Maybe a messy Baked with love scene turning into a cupcake. Or maybe a grad card with the critters wearing the caps and then the caps flying in the air.

  60. Love all the projects!!! These magic picture changers are fantastic! So cool!! I would use mine to definitely wish someone a happy birthday and make them laugh… I like to create things that “oooh and aaahh” people! Lawn Fawn is the PERFECT company to allow me to do that with these fantastic products!!!
    Hugs,
    Jo in Jersey

  61. Wow the Magic Picture changer is amazing, so many fantastic projects from the design team. I would use it to have a stack of easter eggs on the front and then when you changed it, it would be a bunch of chicks. So many fun possibilities!

  62. Oh gosh, that magic picture changer has the perfect name, “magic!” I think I’d make one with the mermaids or maybe the new gnomes would be super cute! I really like the rainbow and clouds set that coordinate. So stinkin’ cute!

  63. I would use the changer for my greeting cards.
    It’s fun to make something that does something.
    The recipient has fun playing with it.
    Great idea. thanks for sharing
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

  64. WOW this die is sooooooooo amazing!!! I think I would use it to make a card that goes from daytime to nighttime:)

  65. It would be great for some “how time flies” cards as well. Like: it’s just been Christmas and now it’s already easter…
    Or for a birthday card with an old and a new foto.
    Endless possibilities – can’t wait to get started!

  66. Today’s cards are awesome. Great job designers. I would use this to make save the date cards…wedding would be a ring on the front and the information inside. A surprise party with a related picture or “Shhh…” on the front and the
    information on the inside.

  67. Oh, my goodness!! The magic picture changer is toooooo fun!! I don’t have any idea how I would use it, but I WANT it!! Maybe, birthday cards for kids; they would love it!

  68. Wowwww!! I can’t take my eyes off these inspirations!! Each one is super fabulous!! I would love to make one with cute expressions of my daughter 😀 This one is on the top of my wishlist now and waiting to get my hands on the set! <3

  69. I love these Magic Picture Changer dies! I’d love to make a card with changing sentiments. There are so many possibilities, though. Thanks, LF!

  70. OMGosh…I LOVE the Picture Changer so much!!! I can see a BIG Birthday Cake and critters celebrating and then change the picture to leftover cake and maybe an opened present and party horns and hats.
    I sure can’t wait for this release.

  71. So many great ideas for this die! Any card made with it will bring a smile. I would make fun cards for my granddaughter.

  72. Love the magic picture changer die set and the add-on! Can’t wait to get them. I plan to make get well and birthday cards.

  73. I have been in love with this magic picture changer!!! I must have this please!! So many ideas for it. Especially with the dinosaur set!

  74. I can’t wait to try the picture changer. I’m already shopping for masking paper since I’ve never used it before. I think my first try will be with the new dinosaurs.

  75. Love, love , love the interactive card possibilities. Already ordered, cant wait for the day it shows up in the mail!

  76. These are all so adorable! I’m so excited about this die set that I’ve already pre-ordered them. I would use them a lot with a dog that changed to a dog and a person or for weather scenes – just so much! Thank you for the chance to win!!

  77. Love the Magic Picture Changer + Magic Picture Changer Add-On! You’ve created so many clever ideas! This die set is definitely on my must-get list.

  78. I have a lot of kids birthdays coming up and they love the interactive cards! I see so many different possibilities with this die.

  79. Now how cute and clever is this idea!! I absolutely LOVE that taco sample!! LOL!! I think that’s inspired me to take a food image and make it disappear!! 🙂

  80. Wow, what an amazing die! I am in charge of making cards for members of my quilt guild when they need a little pick me up and this would be great to have in my tool box.

    Carol B

  81. This set is great. I was very inspired by Elena’s cute card with the bear. I will use this set to make cards for April Fools Day. Who doesn’t like to get an unexpected card in the mail.

  82. Ooohhh… my favourite product of this release! Been wanting to make these, but now with the dies, it will be that much easier! The possibilities are endless with before and after scenes, so I would use this to make changing scene cards of all kinds… although I make birthday cards the most. Cute samples. x

  83. It would be really cool to do a season change fall to winter, Thanksgiving to Christmas, spring to summer. LF has so many cute sets to use!

  84. I love this die and I can hardly wait to try it out. One of my ideas would be to use the Upon A Star stamps and have the critters gazing from sunset to starry night sky.

  85. There are so many possibilities with the magic picture changer. I love the Butterfly Kisses set used with the picture changer.

  86. I love this new die! I would use it with the Jump for Joy stamp set. Have a pile of leaves transition to one of the critters with leaves all around like he jumped into the leaves and now they are scattered everywhere.

  87. Adorable creations, very interactive! I haven’t thought of how to use the Magic Picture Changer yet – so many possibilities. I will start with using an image that changes into a message.

  88. There are so many possibilities with the magic picture changer. I love the Butterfly Kisses set used with the picture changer. I think any of the early animal sets would be perfect.

  89. I have this in my Pre-Order order, can’t wait to get it. I plan on using it for birthday cards using photos. The first photo will be a baby picture and it will change into a current photo.

  90. oh my I want this so bad. I would use in lots of ways, I love the new stamp sets, those Gnomes would be fun to try the die with.

  91. I would 100% use this set with the “Get Better” stamps! Get well cards and stamps are one of the occasions I’m lacking, so looking to get these!

  92. This is the one item I’m most excited about – i’s in my preorder! I would use it with unicorns, dinosaurs, rainbows… anything!!

  93. Delightful cards!
    I’d use the Magic Picture Changer for a fun Halloween card! I’d have a fall scene with pumpkins change into a spooky scene with some cute ghosts and jack o’ lanterns!

  94. Oh my goodness! I love the picture changer die! I have the Happy Easter stamp set, and I want to make my Easter cards with it! I’d stamp a bunny scene and have it change to the Happy Easter sentiment !

  95. Oh my goodness! So many possibilities. I would love to use this set to make cards for my Awana girls. They are 3rd thru 6th grade and I know they would love the cards. Thank You Lawn Fawn for always making it easy for us to make such amazing cards.

  96. I would use it as an invitation. A party theme on the front that says your invited and then when you pull the tab you will get to see what you are invited too.

  97. I think I would make winter to spring cards. We’ve been getting a lot of snow and I want to see some spring flowers, if only in cards! 🙂

  98. I love using your interactive dies to make cards for my grandchildren and I can’t wait to use this Magic Picture Changer die! I’d try an “eat cake” card that goes from cake to an empty plate with crumbs and a cute critter.

  99. I watched your YouTube video first thing this morning when I got up and WOW the Magic Picture Changer is the best! I have several of the other interactive sets ad they are so much fun and so impressive when they are finished. Keep it up!
    How about a monthly kit? (not too expensive please, some of us are retired!)

  100. OMG! I got to have this Magic Picture Changer die! You can make so many fun cards. What about a birthday cake full of candles then change to a picture with candles all been blown off! Just love it!

  101. I would use the picture changer with the hay there stamp set using the chicken en changing it to the chicken and chick and have the with welcome little one.

  102. I have about 10 friends total getting married or having a baby this year. This would be perfect for wedding, baby, and the inevitable new house cards that I’m sure I’ll be making this year. Can’t wait to use this!!!!

  103. The Magic Picture Changer is genius! I’d use it for cards – I’d love to have a picture of a bday cake change into a lit candle on top of the cake, or change into a birthday sentiment. That’s just one example – love your team’s samples!

  104. OMG! What fun cards!!!! I love the Magic Picture Changer and can’t wait to get my hands on it. Everyone’s cards are amazing and so creative. Lawn Fawn is always a front runner in coming up with original and ingenious dies!!!

  105. I make a lot of birthday cards for my husbands family which is very large 50 of us and still growing!! I also make a lot of cards for the Ronald McDonald House around the 50 states. So I would make Thinking of you, Birthday’s, Just a Note, Happy Belated Birthday’s and Some Holiday cards.

  106. Amazing inspiration projects!! I would like to create a card for my nephew with a boy kicking a soccer ball and changing to the ball in a net.

  107. Such a fun set. I would make cards for the kids with it. Maybe birthday cake that will have candles and sprinkles on it when changed. Or a shooting star to make a wish.

  108. I would use the magic changer to create a rainbow/rain scene or winter fairies with summer fairies. That would be so cool!

  109. This die set looks amazing! I would love to try and make a card with a little funny story displayed in two images. A changing text message would also be great and probably a little bit easier to make. A combination of both images and text would be my ultimate goal. 🙂

  110. I love the magic picture changer. I would use it to create a cookie scene and then crumbs left over or a surprise critter with a present in the next slide.

  111. I think this would be FUN to make Cards for ANY occasion!! Invitations would be SUPER FUN too!! I CAN’T WAIT to create with it!! THANKS for sharing and for the chances to WIN!! Have a FABULOUS Release Week!! <3

  112. I absolutely love this die and the possibilities are endless. I make a lot of birthday cards and you could make the card black and white and it could turn to color. Presents unopened and then opened with confetti and ballloons. Sooooo many ideas.

  113. What an adorable idea! I love Lawn Fawn, always so innovative with their new products. I can’t wait to get my hands on the new items and the add ons for the previous interactive products. Thank you for keeping everything fresh!

  114. I think the Magic Picture changer die is the most innovative die ever. Seriously, and that is saying a lot since considering your body of work so far is so fabulous. SO MANY POSSIBILITIES!!!!!
    I MUST HAVE THIS DIE!!!!!

  115. What a great die! I could make a “baby to HS graduate” card, “engaged to married”, old to new house, starting to climb a mountain and then a view from the top, pirate shipwreck and mermaid, I love the idea of Christmas eve house lit up then dark with Santa in the chimney, or santa on top then down the chimney, happy hour with full drinks and food to empty… I wonder if you could use photographs? I could also see these used on scrapbooking pages. I think i might really need this one!

  116. I think the magic picture changer would work with so many, but I’d like to see it on the Coaster Critters, with a roller coaster going up the hill, and then slide it open to see it go down the other side.

  117. Awww!!! Too much fun!!! Adorable creations!!!
    I would use Magic Picture Changer for Birthday cards and party invitations!!!

  118. I would use it to make a card for my twin sister with a secret message between us! What we used to say to each other as kids!

  119. I absolutely love this die set, the possibilities are endless but im thinking something with the toast popping up from the love ‘n breakfast set.

  120. I’m not sure how I would use the Magic Picture Changer. I do know that I would have endless possibilities on my cards! The design teams provided some amazing inspiration!

  121. Very cute! I really don’t know how I would use that changer – so many options! My niece is crazy for unicorns, so, maybe somehow change a horse into a unicorn with the magic picture changer????

  122. Such great creations today that really showcased this unique die. I would stamp animals on the outside and then they would be revealed wearing party gear.

  123. I love to make action cards for my granddaughter. She is into butterflies right now, so I would make a caterpillar that changes into a butterfly.

  124. First I would have to replay the video to make sure I am doing it correctly…lol this would be great for a birthday card or Christmas cards

  125. I think the magic picture changing set would be great for baby cards or romantic cards…I can envision endless card making with this die set!

  126. I love the surprise element of the Magic Picture Changer! My favorite example is probably the one with the Butterfly Kisses stamps…so cool. I would use the die to make a birthday card and have a surprise cake – that’d be awesome! 🤗

  127. I will use the magic picture changer to make cards for my little boy. He LOVES cards like these. He calls them magic cards. Perfect! 😉

  128. What an amazing idea! Lawn Fawn always has the best interactive card designs.Love that you can change sentiments or images.

  129. So many wonderful ideas from the design team! I would come up with some ideas for Christmas cards! I see Christmas trees with presents!

  130. I would make your sweet seal stamps kiss!!! I just love how creative your interactive dies are!! The skies the limit!!!

  131. I would use the magic picture changer on kid’s birthday cards because any recipient would really get a kick out of it!

  132. Oh I could do some cool birthday cards with the magic slider. You know have a super young photo and then a more current one.

  133. This die set is amazing! I like the example of the bear with and without the glasses, so I might make some that start without party hats and then end wearing them, with confetti. For valentines I could make the seals or the hedgehogs end up kissing. For Christmas I could have a plain tree and then a decorated one. Oh the ideas….

  134. Oh man, I really like the magic picture changer for those get well cards. I think you could do birthday cakes with candles being blown out, or presents popping open with cute critters. So many ideas!

  135. This die set is awesome. I’d use it for Easter with an egg on the front panel then a chick popping out in the next scene. But that’s just a start, so many fun ways to use this die.

  136. So many possibilities with the magic picture change. Maybe from baking ingredients in one scene turning into a cake or cupcakes for someone’s birthday.

  137. I see ‘The Picture Changer’ being used for any & all things ‘opposite’.
    Happy/Sad, Dull/Shiney, Sleepy / Awake….like that!

  138. for birthday cards – a picture of a cake then when pulled a message saying make a wish! love this set, it is nom y wish list!!!

  139. This is amazing. I don’t know how I will use it till I start to play with it but I did like the idea of using the sentiments that change.

  140. I think it could be really cute as a party invitation. You could have a picture or “your invited” and then when you change the picture it would have all the party info.

  141. I need to have this in my hot little hands to decide how to use it. All I know is that I bought cards like this in Germany and I’ve been waiting for someone to figure it out and make it doable without tearing the cards I bought apart. Thank you! I can hardly wait!

  142. It’s such a cool concept. I’m really not quite sure how I would use it but I like the idea of an image changing to a message.

  143. Oh my goshness! I would use the magic picture changer with so many stamps…critters, sentiments, critters and sentiments… the possibilities are endless!

  144. I’d use the Fintastic set to have a school of fish in one image and shark from Jawesome in the next image with all the fish gone

  145. I definitely would create feel better cards – I think in such times you especially need a fun, interactive card but I also can imagine making retirement cards 🙂

  146. What I great die set! I would make fun birthday cards for my grandchildren, they are at that age where they love pop up book etc.

  147. Oh my goodness! The Design Team provided so many adorable samples. I’d use the Magic Picture Changer along with the coordinating stamp set–perfection! Can’t wait until Thursday’s Release!

  148. Love the picture changing die! It looks so easy to use too. I would love to use it for an animated card. Just like how Jenn used it with the fox catching a butterfly. I can’t wait to start coloring some new stamps in. Especially after the week I’ve had. I had such high hopes of getting into dental hygiene school and I was not accepted. I am left with so many mixed feelings now. The only thing I can do now is try again next year.

  149. OMG!!! The things that you come up with! Who knew you could make a card, then magically it’s changed!! Bravo, I Love it!!! Thanks for the great stamps, dies, sentiments and tools that you offer to make us magical as well😉

  150. This is the most exciting item of the release for me! Everyone, young and old will enjoy these cards! Can’t wait to get this!!

  151. I love the Magic Picture Changer so much!!! I love all the ideas too! I would make birthday cards for my grandkids and get well and cards of encouragement for others! Can’t wait to get this!

  152. This Is such a super fun die! It’s so creative. I think I would do a rain to sun with a rainbow sort of card. That’s just my first thought I’m sure I’d think of lots of others lol ❤️

  153. My family and friends know that I have been fascinated with pop-up and moveable books for many many years. I would love to make magic picture cards for all kinds of occasions to share that “Wow” effect with special people in my life. It has so many possibilities!

  154. I love the picture changer! I think it would be fun to make a flower grow with the picture changer… or have a critter peeking out the side and then pop out , like “surprise”!

  155. Let’s skip the remainder of winter and create with these Lawn Fawn products that instill warmth and sunshine into our hearts as well as the recipients of our creations! Thank you Lawn Fawn!

  156. The Magic Picture Changer is such a great creation! I love the cards you’ve shown, and the Knock Knock jokes are a fun idea too!

  157. I can think of a million ways I could use the Magic Picture Changer! The first thing I would make is a Thank You card for my husband. After a 22 hour flight he went with me to IKEA (his suggestion) to get interior for my craft room. Have I got a great one, or have I got a great one?! 😊

  158. I would use the Magic Picture Changer for so many of the new stamps set released, like butterfly kissed (love it) and I would also look through all of my stamps and come up with so many more ideas. This Magic Picture Changer is a game changer, and I adore it. Great job on coming up with this amazing die! super excited 🙂

  159. Gosh, this just has to be my favorite of the release because it is so versatile for any occasion. I love the idea of having a picture and then it being changed to a sentiment…for example- like a party animal then a sentiment on the flip side. Really creative- could not love it more.

  160. I love the magic picture changer. There are tons of ways to use it. I’d probably start with eggs hatching for Easter cards.

  161. This new dies set is incredibly versatile. It can be used with all kinds of critters, but can also easily be applied to sentiments and to depict movement, such as the fox catching the butterfly. My head is spinning with ideas!

  162. I have been so anxious to see the intro for this die set. I just couldn’t figure out how it could possibly work … and it looked like it would be so complicated. So excited to see that it is relatively simple!!!! Definitely added to my wish list!

  163. I’d use a LF washing machine with lots of bubbles, then change to a baby onesie as a new baby card. Loving this interactive die.

  164. Thank you cards for my niece and nephew’s teachers, coaches, dance instructors…just the though of bringing smiles to all those faces makes me smile!
    ~carol

  165. Love the magic picture changer – can’t wait to put a butterfly in a net from Butterfly Kisses, or to put a punny saying in there ❤️

  166. Oh my! This is my fav item from the release!!! I would probably make a card using this die with every one of my stamps!! Love it!

  167. I LOVE this! I now know where I’m spending my birthday crafting $$ – this is so flexible and clever. Well done Lawn Fawn team, you’re all geniuses!!

  168. I have so many ideas for the Magic Picture Changer set. It is so innovative!!!!! Frog hopping up from a lily pad and then down to a different pad. So many!!!!!

  169. So many fun ideas. So versatile. I think I’d have to experiment to see what was my favorite but probably kids birthday cards.

  170. I didn’t know what the image changer die set was when I preordered. Now I do wish I would have gotten it. Especially with the rainbow stamp set and the get well stamps. Both completely adorable I wish I could win them all.

  171. I’m so excited about the magic picture changer. It looks so fun! I would probably use it with some of the coordinating stamp sets, but also would use to put a secret message behind the picture.

  172. There are so many possibilities to use this magic picture changer. I think that I would use it for a birthday cake card with candles. Maybe showing one candle to change to four candles for a 4 year old birthday card. Or maybe have one candle with a flame and then changes to a blown out candle. Critters would always be good with this set. Thanks for all the great inspiration.

  173. The Magic Picture Changer is amazing. It is by far my favorite interactive card addition. I’d love to use it for Easter with the Easter bunny in the first picture and a filled Easter basket in the second!

  174. Great samples from the talented designers. The Magic Picture Changer is one of the most creative dies I’ve seen and it really expands the creativity of any card maker. I love the ‘before and after’ concept you’ve introduced with this die. It will be a fab way to use riddles on a card.

  175. I’m actually not sure how I would use this die, there are puns and maybe even like a magic 8 ball….now I’m really thinking about it😃

  176. The possibilities are endless 🙂 … but I’d love to use my manatee set and create a let’s … shellebrate card with the magic picture changer!!!

  177. I would use it with my fairy stamps – I would make them appear suddenly, with a sentiment stating that magic is everywhere…as long as you know where to look!

  178. I would use this to make Easter cards for my daughters and then I would make birthday cards for my nieces and nephews. I think these interactive cards would be perfect for cheering up a friend or just to say hi! It’ll be fun just to get my stamps out and see what I can create. Love this die!

  179. Just when I think what could they possibly come up with next … Presto! Another absolutely cool new die! I think it would be fun to do a magic themed card.

  180. Love love love Magic Picture Changer!! I’d use it for a new baby card with the Chirpy Chirp Chirp stamp set: an egg changing to a newborn baby chick. Same idea with the Rawrsome stamp set. I’d also use it with the Be Hap-pea stamp set: a pod closed and then open with the peas inside.

  181. I would use it changing the last word of the sentiment or the age on a birthday card, something like “happy 52” that changes into 25.

  182. There are so many thing you could use with the Magic Picture Changer! I like the get well cards. You could use it with the oven and change it to have a bun in the oven as a cute announcement!

  183. This magic picture changer is such a great idea! Love how you all come with fun ways to make cards interactive <3!

  184. I can do so many things with this new magic slider it’s so hard to choose but I love the get well cards ur guys made

  185. You guys always come up with the most innovative and creative die sets! The magic picture changer is so amazing and with all the awesome Lawn Fawn stamp sets I have the creative possibilities are endless! I would make a bunch of birthday cards for the kids at Sick Kids Hospital because I know it would put a huge smile on their faces to pull that tab and see the picture change right before their eyes!

  186. I love all the different designs today. I am not sure how I would use it but I see so many possibilities! I love the fox with the butterfly so I think I’d try something like that first.

  187. Honestly, I am not sure how I plan to use the magic picture changer, but I want to look through all my stamps and be inspired by what I can do. I think it is a great idea and I just need to find creative ways to use it.

  188. I will use Lawn Fawn’s “Happy Trails” stamp and die set with the new Magic Picture Changer. It will make a cute card.

  189. I like the idea of putting sentiments in there. I would do two-part sentiments, like “Sending you a note to say… happy birthday!” I will also make a card for my 6-year-old niece for sure, as she’s obsessed with interactive cards. She now looks at all of my cards and ask about every single one, “Does this one do anything?” haha! Good thing Lawn Fawn keeps on producing new interactive card dies so that I have new ideas for each of her birthdays. ;D
    Cindy

  190. I’d probably personalize the 2 part sentiment by saying, “Happy Birthday” on one side and to whom the card is for on the other. I do love the weather stamps you showcased, as well as the getting better ones. I’d love to have those sets as well; I’d love to have everything Lawn Fawn produces but that’s nearly impossible to hide. 😉

  191. I would like to use the Magic Picture Changer to make interactive embellishments for mini albums and scrapbook layouts!

  192. This is the die I’ve been waiting for! Oh the possibilities! Your design team have made the cutest cards… can’t wait to get my hands on the Magic Picture Changer! Absolutely love it!

  193. Forgot to mention in my earlier post how I would use this die. Would use this die on the many cards I make for my granddaughters! They would love it!

  194. I would use this die to make a birthday card for my mother in law. She’s in her 80’s. I’d do a cake with candles and then a cake on fire. She is always talking about so many candles and having to call the fire department.

  195. Lawn Fawn always has the best dies! This is an amazing super cute design. I love it. I really like the the get well cards, especially the turtle that flips over.

  196. What awesome creations! I think I would use it for a secret message, maybe a more saucy, adult version that shouldn’t be shown to kids hahahah :p

  197. I think you can use it for anything, but I would use it to tell my sexy-fine boyfriend that I love him. I just need the sexy-fine boyfriend. ha-ha (laughing hysterically)

  198. Can you imagine the seals coming together for a kiss?? Little animals waiting for Santa, then presents showing up? A cake, then balloons raining down?
    It’s like the flipbook from our childhood, only BETTER!!!

  199. I am soooooooo excited about this changer!!! I really like the message change and the weather change – love the day to night suggestion in comments.

  200. What an awesome die set! So versatile, and could use it for any occasional stamp. Thanks for the inspirational ideas! 🙂

  201. I would definitely use the magic changer to go from a snowy ground to green grass, as the weather here has been doing this for the last for weeks!

  202. The magic picture changer looks like so much fun to use! Love all the team member’s ideas! I think I’d use it for a two part sentiment.

  203. I am so so so excited for this die!!! I can’t wait until its available!!! I want to make so many cards!!! My first ones will be some cat ones, then something super cute for my niece!!!! This die has endless possibilities and it’s so cute and easy to use!!!♡♡♡ I hop you end up creating a 2nd larger version too… because I would definitely need that too!!!

  204. I am so excited for this set to come out! I love magic cards and this will make it SO easy to make them! Way to go Lawn Fawn, another reason to LOVE YOU GUYS!

  205. Im so excited about this die can’t wait to get my hand on it <3 I will first print some family pic on cardstock and create some fun interactive cards to sent to family ( most likely in one photo we will look very serious and in the other very silly :))

  206. Take all my money Lawn Fawn! My kids are so excited to get the magic changer die and make cards for their friends. Can’t wait!

  207. This magic picture changer is truly magical! I’m not sure what I would use it on, but I would have a lot of fun trying out different ideas 🙂

  208. The magic picture slider is so cool! With Easter coming up I’d make a chick hatching out of an egg, or a baby Dino hatching would be adorable too!

  209. I am looking forward to making cards with this die. I will try a birthday cake with candles. I am definitely going to make the taco card from Megan Quinn.

  210. I would use the magic picture changer to send surprise messages to friends. It would also be really cute for gender reveal cards.

  211. I want to use the magic picture changer with the fairies. It would be so adorable making something appear through the fairy magic.

  212. This die is ingenious! Love it! I would use it on some Christmas cards where I’d make your Christmas elves pop out of a wrapped present. Or Santa coming down a chimney…so many ideas are floating around my head!

  213. I was already thinking about using the taco image for my grandson’s birthday and doing it with the magic picture changer die isgreat.

  214. I just love all the different ways to use the new picture changer die what a clever die to have. Will have to save up and get it as soon as it arrives in Australia.

  215. You make it all look so easy! This picture changer is so cute! I love your ideas and I already have ideas for uainf this set as well!!

  216. I really like giving cards that make people smile and thats what the picture changer will do. It’s such a fun card!

  217. I need it now because I have so many nieces and a daughter-in-law having babies. It would be great to create shower cards or baby cards.

  218. This is genius! I love the idea of using it for get well cards like the “before and after” stamp set. I would use it for that.

  219. I love this Magic Picture Changer! It’s definitely at the top of my list. I’d use it for my Holiday cards this Winter.

  220. I LOVE all the special dies that Lawn Fawn comes up with – they make life so much more fun so you aren’t struggling with measurements or cutting things “just so”. This is such a cool idea!! I would love to try it!

  221. I’m not sure how I’d use it, but all the ideas look amazing! I’d probably do a couple of get well soon cards with the turtle and whale stamps first, just because they’re so cute and they’d be useful to have in a card stash.

  222. There are so many ideas for this new picture changer set!! I would make one of my daughter’s a cute fairy changer picture for her birthday (a fairy lighting birthday candles) and my other daughter would love a shark themed one (a shark eating a cupcake!). The possibilities are endless!!

  223. I would use the Magic Picture Changer die to make the stormy weather turning to a rainbow card for a friend going through a rough patch.

  224. I love your interactive does – so much fun! I think my first card with this die would have to be a critter card, but who knows … there are so many possibilities!

  225. As soon as I saw it, I knew I had to have it. It’s amazing, fun, creative, awesome. I love it! Cannot wait until it arrives..!

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