Step 1: Die-cut a front panel using the Lawn Fawn Quilted Backdrop, then die cut it again with Reveal Wheel large panel. Die-cut a window frame, then open the window shutters and trace how large the open space would be behind the window. Cut out the open space, then paste the window frame back onto the front panel.
Step 2: White emboss the moon, then create the night sky scene with Tim Holtz blending tools and ink. Die cut the moon piece using the wheel in the Reveal Wheel set, as well as a smaller circle. Assemble the reveal wheel like you normally would (see also https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZyfKIZtPjw), just make sure that the wheel falls under the entire window open area and also lines up with the "turn here" opening on the front panel.
Step 3: Add the Lawn Fawn Critter Concert animals, as well as the sentiment. Now if you turn the wheel, the moon would rise and set outside of the window! Note that I used the Spellbinders window die, but the dimensions are similar to the Lawn Fawn Wonderful Window, and the Altenew Moon has a mini version on the ScrapbookPal website. Depends on personal preference, a smaller moon can also introduce more of a moon rise and moon set effect depends on how you position it on the reveal wheel.
Lawn Fawn Clear Stamps - Critter Concert (SKU:LF1682)
Lawn Fawn Lawn Cuts - Critter Concert (SKU:LF1683)
Lawn Fawn Lawn Cuts - Reveal Wheel (SKU:LF1703)
Lawn Fawn Clear Stamps - Reveal Wheel Sentiments (SKU:LF1701)
Lawn Fawn Lawn Cuts - Quilted Backdrop (SKU:LF1625)
Altenew To the Moon Stamp Set (Can be replaced with Altenew Clear Stamps - Mini Moon; SKU:ALT3613)
Spellbinders Shapeabilities Die D Lites - Window Two S2-016 (Can be replaced with Lawn Fawn Lawn Cuts - Wonderful Window SKU:LF1378)
Tim Holtz Distress OXIDE Ink Pad - Faded Jeans (SKU:TDO-55945)
Tim Holtz Distress OXIDE Ink Pad - Dusty Concord (SKU:TDO-55921)
Lawn Fawn Embossing Powder - White (SKU:LF1537)