The shadowbox theatre is 1" wide, making it the perfect depth for some interchangeable chipboard scenes. The scenes are built on panels that look like this:
|Thick chipboard panels|
|Thick chipboard panels for backgrounds|
Here you can see, just barely, three panels that make up the "I'm Late" scene: the dotted background panel, the suspended clocks panel, and the I'm Late panel. The clocks came from the Clock Faces collage sheet and were suspended from the center chipboard panel with invisible thread. I glued two clock faces together, sandwiching the thread in between. The "I'm Late" banner hangs from black satin ribbon on the front panel.
I love this image of a squashed Alice. I've had an old 1978 Castle Books publication of Alice in Wonderland for an eternity and this illustration fit exactly right in the theatre. The window came from the More Old Windows and Doors collage sheet.
Can't have Alice without a tea party! This particular collage sheet (I used a resized digital download) is a favourite because you can play with the characters. The Hatter, dormouse, and rabbit are removable which doubles the fun.
"Off With Her Head" includes three separate panels and uses adhesive pop dots to achieve the 3D effect of the playing cards.
Here's some pics of the individual panels I created for House of Alice. The background panels are double-sided, so I ended up making 12 pieces.
The list of supplies can be found HERE. Happy New Year!