This is a picture from the side so you can see the dimension. It looks really neat in person.
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Leanne ~ http://createdbyleanne.blogspot.com/
Veronica ~ http://www.vkcreate.blogspot.com/
For the basic tutorial on a Diorama card, see the tutorial on SCS HERE. The dimensions on my card are different. For the front and back layer, cut 9-3/4" x 5" pieces of Pool Party card stock. For the center section, cut a 7-3/4" x 5" piece of Pear Pizzazz card stock. I used the Everyday Enchantment designer series papers for the center layer and eggs. For the window, I used the Spellbinders Label 23. For the sun on the back layer, punch a 1" Circle from So Saffron. Cut several strips for the sun rays. Sponge edges with cajun craze ink. Tear a couple pieces of Pear Pizzazz card stock and sponge edges with old olive ink for the hillside. On the front of the card, I die cut some grass strips for behind and in front of the eggs. The eggs were die cut from the die that is included with the Hello Spring set.