Lawn Fawn Intro: Ta-Da! Diorama! Butterfly Window Add-On & Ta-Da! Diorama! Simple Hillside and Grassy Inserts

Hello and welcome to March Inspiration Week! Our Spring 2024 Release with 13 new stamp sets and coordinating dies along with 19 new standalone die sets, new paper collection, and all of our exciting new products are now available at your favorite store and at! And this week we will continue to highlight these new products with design team projects, intro videos, and giveaways!

Daily Giveaway

We already have three places you can leave comments to win:
Our big giveaway post!!
Stitched Garden Veggies & Stitched Root Veggies post!
Build-A-Drink Mason Jar Add-On post!
AND today’s post too!


Today is our showcase of Ta-Da! Diorama! Butterfly Window Add-On! This add-on creates a stitched butterfly-shaped window and an intricately detailed butterfly shape for your Ta-Da! Diorama! interactive projects. The lovely butterfly cut from the window opening is also great on its own!

We will also introduce Ta-Da Diorama Simple Hillside and Grassy Inserts! These inserts will add even more scene versatility to this already incredible interactive set. You can also mix and match them with Ta-Da Diorama Hillside Inserts and Ta-Da Diorama Grassy Hillside Inserts

Design Team Inspiration

As always, the design team has made the most amazing samples! We also have a video at the end showcasing some fun ways of using these fresh new veggie sets! Remember to click on the person’s name to see all of the details and then leave these wonderful DT girls some comment love!

Oh, my goodness, Audrey‘s butterfly birthday card is so gorgeous! She used the die cut butterfly from Ta-Da! Diorama! Butterfly Window Add-On on its own as the focal point of the card. Then she added a watercolor wash to the background and layered Flower Garden Backdrop on top!

Marine‘s Ta-Da! Diorama! scene is so clever! She used the Butterfly Window Add-On as the inspiration for her diorama design! The Rainbow Ever After paper fills the window with so much pretty color!

And then to create her diorama scene, Marine combined Butterfly Kisses, A Bug Deal and bears from Den Sweet Den, Snow Much Fun and Ugly and Bright! The Ta-Da Diorama Butterfly Window Add-On is so perfect for the butterfly themed card!

There is so much to love about Elena‘s lovely card! She began with the Radiant Heart Backdrop, with pretty polka dots from Rainbow Ever After. Then she cut the butterfly from vellum and gold metallic cardstock to create pretty layers. And she also included a smaller butterfly from our Layered Butterflies set.

Grace also let the butterfly fly out of the diorama to star on her lovely slimline card! The colors of the Pastel Pearlescent Vellum are so soft and beautiful, just perfect for an elegant wedding card! She finished her design with Best Wishes Line Border in glittery gold!

Latisha welcomes Spring with a card that is so bright and cheery! She combined the butterfly window cut out with Really Rainbow paper and Secret Garden Window!

Elise‘s butterflies are flying by to wish someone special a happy birthday! She stamped the Wavy Sayings greetings on Simple Wavy Banners. Her inked clouds in the background are so beautiful!

Yainea used the beautiful butterfly and some greenery from Flower Garden Backdrop to decorate a Pillow Box and it’s so amazing!

Lynnette combined Rainbow Ever After papers to create a lovely card! She added Best Wishes Line Border as a divider between the paper patterns, so pretty!

And Melissa‘s glittery butterfly is so stunning! She framed it with Flower Garden Backdrop to create a quick card that is so beautiful!

Intro Video

So now, I have a video to introduce Ta-Da! Diorama! Butterfly Window Add-On and Ta-Da Diorama Simple Hillside and Grassy Inserts! And then we will show you some great ideas while creating four cards to inspire you. I hope you enjoy it! 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! Butterfly Window Add-On and Ta-Da Diorama Simple Hillside and Grassy Inserts! Tomorrow we will have another fun set to show you! But for now, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us your most used Lawn Fawn interactive die set by March 20th at 5:00pm ET. 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, Sunday, March 17th 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 puts a big smile on our faces! We think Lawn Fawn fans are the best in the world. We love you guys!


Thanks so much for visiting the Lawn Fawn blog, have an amazing day! We are so happy you joined us today!


297 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Ta-Da! Diorama! Butterfly Window Add-On & Ta-Da! Diorama! Simple Hillside and Grassy Inserts

  1. Wonderful cards! Love all of these awesome dies! The butterflies are gorgeous!
    My favorite is the Reveal Wheel! Seeing all of these cards sure brought a smile to my face.

  2. I use the reveal wheel and magic iris dies the most, though lately the platform pop up does has been giving them some competition! Another favorite is Flippin awesome.

  3. I love making shaker cards, pop-up cards and tiny gift box add-ons.
    Thank you for sharing your beautiful creations! 💗🦋💗☘💗🐰💗

  4. The platform pop-up and the reveal wheel. Your interactive dies are so easy to use especially after following your YouTube tutorials, I need to use the other ones I have more often. Can’t wait to try the Give It A Whirl with the Veggie Happy Mice.

  5. I need to get brave and buy an interactive die. Not sure which one to start with. Beautiful cards. Enjoying all the inspiration.

  6. The only interactive cards I have made have been shaker cards so far (about 2 or 3 of them). I do have the Large Slimline with Sliders die, but I haven’t actually used the sliders… yet 😉 I do love seeing all the interactive sets and how they work and the amazing ideas that the design team come up with, as well as other cardmakers on Instagram. I’ll get there, one day.

    1. Favorite interactive dies are reveal wheel, platform pop up, and reveal wheel. They make the finest and cutest cards. Everyone loves to get them!!

  7. I bought the Give it a whirl and it’s so easy to put together! I have made 2 St Paddy’s day cards with it already and it’s definitely my favorite!

  8. 100% the platform! We need more add ons for this one!! Grass wraps! Ocean wraps! Backdrops scenes! Trees that fit perfectly! Hee hee. Fav interactive ever! 💚💚💚💕

  9. I don’t have an interactive die set, Yet, but the first one on my list is the pop up platform die set, it’s my favorite!

  10. I love the interactive die sets. I use the reveal wheel most often because I know how to use it and can easily recreate it, but I love the pop-up and ta-da diorama also!

  11. My most used interactive die is the Platform Pop,up, mostly because I started taking a lot of online classes around the time that was introduced. I love all of your interactive dies. It’s also much appreciated when they are featured in the Create With Us and Creative Chick classes, as it gets me to play with them more (or for the first time.) LOL! As always, gorgeous inspiration from the design team.

  12. To date it is the TaDa Diorama! Love that die, I just wish there was a better way to keep it closed for presentation.

  13. Loving Audrey’s monarch butterfly card! My most used interactive Die is probably the platform pop-up die

  14. My most used interactive die is the pull tab pop up. I can use it with nearly every set of stamps or dies.

  15. Wowwee. I love the butterfly used as an opening. My favorite interactive die is the one that creates a little shadow box. I like the flippy flappy, too. The one with the three sausage iris-opening is beautiful, but a little confusing to put together. I use the shadow box the most. It’s the most obvious to put together and also to receive (I hope).

  16. The Ta-Da Diorama is my most used interactive die. My granddaughters love to get these cards and see the wonderful scenes inside.

  17. The one I use the most is the Swish and Pop Die. I just love having things come up as a surprise, especially the critters. My next most used is the reveal wheel.

  18. I don’t have any dies yet, but I think the one I might get first is the magic iris. But, they are all great!

  19. I’m going to admit that I haven’t tried an interactive set yet. I think I’m not at that skill level. But one should never stop learning and trying, right?

  20. The Pop Up Platform is my absolute favorite interactive die and what got me hooked on Lawn Fawn. But I’ve been playing with the Reveal Wheel lately and have been loving it!

  21. My most used interactive die set is the platform pop-up. With all the add-ons, it can be used to make so many different scenes.

  22. I use the very fun “Before and After” very often. I’ve even devised several sets of “before” and “after” using stamp sets not specifically designed for it. People love them.

  23. I don’t have a LF interactive die yet, but I love to use action wobblers and sliders on my cards.

  24. The die I’ve used most often lately is the Let’s Toast pull tab. It’s fun to use both vertically and horizontally!

  25. It is a toss up between reveal wheel and Magic Iris. I bought ta-da but haven’t had time to play with it yet.

  26. The platform pop up is my absolute favorite! I love making little scenes. But I like the ta da and magic iris a lot too. I can’t wait to order the butterfly from today and the new ta da add on.

  27. I’m not very good with interactive dies. I think the only one I’ve used is the let’s toast pull tab add on. I have a few other that I need to try.

  28. I actually have 2 that I use the most … okay 3 the magic picture changer, magic iris and shadow box cards …. I do have the ta da diorama … but have not used that one yet…. love your dies!


  30. I tend to collect the interative dies rather than use them … but, I’ve finally started using them, especially the Ta Da Diorama interactive die. Love it!

  31. I am hoping to get the Lawn Fawn Platform Pop-Up soon. It is in my Most Wanted Wish List. That would be my favorite because I could use it with any stamps and dies.

  32. I don’t own any “intricate dies”…yet. I did just pick up the wavy banners and scalloped circle dies, and I am anticipating they will be welled used!

  33. Definitely the platform pop up – I’ve made so many of them! They’re so easy to make and look stunning!

  34. My favorite interactive die was the Platform Pop-up but I think Give it a Whirl will become my most used interactive die

  35. Platform pop up. That said I only have two and still seem to make standard cards most and even those a lot of time.

  36. I love them all, especially the platform pop up and the Magic Iris! Interactive cards are my favorite and how I became a fan of Lawn Fawn ❤️

  37. The only interactive die I have used is Lift the Flap. I definitely need to branch out and try some others.

  38. My most used so far is Reveal Wheel and Ta-Da! Diorama!, but platform pop-up is (new to me) getting a lot of attention as well!

  39. I have several interactive die sets but I haven’t used them yet! I’m not sure which one I would use the most but I want to make the roller coaster one when I can!

  40. Right now my most used one is the Ta Da! Diorama! since it’s the only one I have! Hope to get more soon!

  41. My most used interactive die is the platform pop up, but I recently bought the reveal wheel die and I’m hoping to use it a lot

  42. This is easy… Platform pop up! Although it requires a lot of die cutting, Magic Iris is #2, Reveal Wheel is #3.

  43. The butterfly is lovely!!

    re my “most used Lawn Fawn interactive die set,” I don’t have any of these interactive dies yet. I primarily buy craft supplies to use for making projects for my craft website. I have found that the vast majority of my readers want simple, easy projects. They do not respond well to anything overly complex. I know interactive cards are popular amongst serious cardmakers, but that just isn’t my typical reader’s jam, so I haven’t made it a priority to post this sort of project.

    So, my most-used Lawn Fawn die set isn’t an interactive set; it’s a row of stitched trees. They are super cute and really useful! Love them so much!

  44. My most used (so far) is the platform pop up die. It really seems to brighten people’s day/space. I love it.

  45. I LOVE the butterfly opening & all the inspiration!! I have just recently invested in the reveal wheel & ta-da, so I can see those becoming more used! I really like the waving arms die for the owls & bears, as well as the pop up for the toaster though- they are all so ingenious!!

  46. I have used the platform pop up the most but also love the shadow box, ta da diorama and reveal wheel. Can’t wait to try the new Give it a Whirl die set.

  47. I find it easy to use the platform pop up. I love the magic iris and the magic picture changer, but have difficulty getting them to work.

  48. I use the reveal wheel most often, but recently used magic picture changer. Loved how quick those came together.

  49. Butterfly cards are on my agenda. My sister-in-law is the Development Director for a hospice program – and for the past 2 yrs, they have done a “butterfly release” in the community honoring all their patients (and others you want to honor ) who passed away in the previous year.

  50. I have used the pop-up hillside and the pop-up desk the most. I do think all of the interactive dies are so amazing.

  51. My most well used interactive die is the Peek-a-boo Pop up! Followed closely by the platform pop up!

  52. My most used Lawn Fawn interactive die is Flippin Awesome. I keep hoping that Lawn Fawn will do add-on shapes for this die.

  53. I think my most used interactive die is the Magic Picture Changer. I love how the image changes! All the. Before N After stamp sets are fun too!

  54. Currently my most used interactive die is the magic iris. I’ve been making a lot of cards with this lately.

  55. The build on set for the mason jars is pretty amazing. I am particularly fond of the ta da die arama butterfly. I love butterflies.

  56. My most used interactive die is the platform pop-up because it is so easy and fun to decorate! However I like all the interactive ones they are so fun!

  57. Wow, that is a hard question! I have already made several Give it a Whirl cards, I love the Platform Pop-Up, the Reveal Wheel, the Magic Picture Changer. I love slider elements and have several sets by LF that help making these easily…. Sorry, I just can’t pick one. I just love that LF seems to have a solution for every interactive element I want to make!

  58. My most used interactive die set would probably have to be reveal wheel followed by the magic iris. I’m just partial to an A2 format card!

  59. I absolutely adore how verstitle this die is. The fact you can use it to make a stunning opening and then use the negative to create an equally gorgeous card, so genius Lawn Fawn! 💕

  60. I use the Magic Iris the most, it was my first ever interactive. I think i need to branch into the platform pop up because these cards are so stinking cute!

  61. I love the box cards and the platform pop-up. I have the magic iris, but I just tried give-it-a-whirl and that’s super fun, too.

  62. My most used Lawn Fawn interactive die is Platform Pop-Up because it’s so versatile!!! I love 💕 that die & Wow-ing ppl when they rcv it!

  63. My most used interactive die set is 100% the platform pop-up. I love the add-ons, too. It’s my absolute favorite!!

  64. I don’t have any of the die sets from Lawn Dawn… as I’m a newbie beginner and just watching, taking notes and reading the blog from the beginning, watching all the videos i can and loving the inspiration. Hope to have die cuts soon!! 🩷💛🩵💜

  65. Chari’s butterfly Ta-Da Diorama card is brilliant. Most used interactive die is the Platform Pop-up…everyone should have it!

  66. Definitely the LF pop up platform and the shadow box! It can get quite tiring making them when I need to mass produce for my family and friends, but so so fun when a scene is finally built and they are always so amazed by the final product!

  67. My most used interactive die is the reveal wheel because I have had it the longest, but platform pop-up is a close second.

  68. Eeeep! I don’t have any LF interactive dies. Unless I have some sliders channels. I have a Recollections magic iris that I recently bought the camera add on to go with it and another add on large banner shape too. And I collect so many of the LF critters stamps and matching dies. In the last 6 months I have been collecting the Giant sentiment dies, I want them ALL. LOL. Maybe I need to start concentrating on interactive LF. 😁 I will work on that. Thanks for all your team does. I enjoy the videos so much..

  69. Most used interactive die is the Platform Pop-Up or the Flippin’ Awesome. Lawn Fawn interactive dies are the best on the market!! Always creative and easy to assemble!

  70. I have an old shadow box that I LOVE using – the depth is super fun and recipients are thrilled to have a card that pops up!

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