I always swore off diorama cards because they looked like so much work. Well, how fun are they!?!? I am going to make a million (slight exaggeration!) The instructions for this can be found on Splitcoast but I did modify mine a bit. Rather than using a punch to create my window I cut out rectangles using my Fiskars cutter. The So Saffron layer has a 3/4 border around the windo and the Certainly Celery has a 1 inch border. On the So Saffron layer, I simply stamped the star from Nursery Necessities in So Saffron. Then I stamped one on white and punched it out with the small star punch. I then paper pierced a star on Almost Amethyst using the punches classy brass template and then punched out the star using the large star punch. The small star was covered with 2 way glue and then Dazzling Diamonds.
For the Celery layer, I stamped the star in Celery and then using the punches classy brass template I dry embossed some stars as well. I then stamped three more stars using the small star punch and So Saffron ink and created the dangling stars. These too are covered in Dazzling Diamonds. I used my paper piercer and put holes in the top, fed silver cording through them and then they are dangling from three eyelets on the top of the Celery layer.
The back layer is Almost Amethyst. I stamped the greeting in Eggplant Envy. The moon was stamped on Whisper White and then cut out leaving a small white border. I also stamped some stars on this back layer in Almost Amethyst.
Let me know what you think! (OK, AND it's two posts in one day!!!)