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Diorama - Hanna Style

A couple years ago I sent Stampin' Up! a few samples of cards etc. to have a chance to demonstrate at Leadership.   At the last minute I added a Diorama amongst the cards, and I will be darned if that is not what they wanted me to demo. They changed the name to Peek-a-Boo cards, I have the sign that was on my booth hanging in my studio.  I also did up an easy to follow tutorial here at Splitcoast Stampers.  Added since original post: My friend Dawn Griffith has done an awesome video tutorial here - so go check that out, she did an amazing job teaching this technique, you the video tute queen Dawn. 

So one of the Hanna Stamps! challenges is to make anything but a card and well that was easy enough. Sharon came over today and visited, and after she left..for the second time...hee!hee!  I whipped this up...fun! fun!  Some sets just lend themselves to a diorama...and I knew I wanted to do a bowling one! 

Front view Hanna Diorama Di Gibbs Front View:

Stamp Set: Hanna Bowling (Hanna Stamps!)

Paper: Blush Blossom, Real Red (you can't see it, it is what I backed the DSP with to make it heaftier) Gina K Luxury paper, Gutterball paper

Ink: Memento Tuxedo, Copics, art pen

Misc: white gel pen, 1 1/4" circle punch, 1 3/8" circle punch

Side view Hanna Diorama Di Gibbs Side View: This kinda helps you see the thickness and the side view a bit.

These cards are so much fun and they lay flat so you can mail them.

Neat eh?







 

Looking in Hanna Diorama Di Gibbs Here is the view looking inside so you can see the bowling lane. 

I just drew it in with an art pen and a ruler and colored with copics...Voila'







Top view Hanna Diorama Di Gibbs To understand the way the diorama is made up here is a top view of it.

That's the other team yelling "Gutter Ball!!" but it looks like a strike to me!


Now go and look at your stamps in a whole other way, and make one...or two...or three.

If you make one up make sure you come back and tell me and link to your blog so I can go check it out.  If you don't have a blog then upload it to Splitcoast Stampers or Paper Craft Planet (if you upload to PCP make sure to tag your card     dioramacards    - just like that small letters and no spaces and I will snag it and add it to the album)

Well I hope you have enjoyed looking at my diorama as much as I liked making it...I have a few more I gotta make for a special project...I'll show you those at a later time!

Have a fantastic Friday and thanks for stopping in!

Hugs, Di

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