September Countdown to Confetti Day Two | Reverse Confetti

It’s the Day Two of the Reverse Confetti Countdown to Confetti!   You are going to be amazed at all of the new products for this month! Please note that new product links will not be active until release day/time.

This month we welcome the following designers  as our ‘Fetti Friends:

Today we’re featuring:

Halloween Gnomes stamps + coordinating confetti cuts
With a Thankful Heart stamps + coordinating confetti cuts

I’m also featuring:
This & That 6×6
Trick or Treat confetti cuts

Here’s a peek at my project:
You’ve heard about the old lady that lived in a shoe?  This is a Gnome that lived in a pumpkin.  Or perhaps her garden has been growing so well that the pumpkin grew bigger than her home?  Okay, let’s chat about my super busy card.

The base is a Grape Soda panel with a panel from the This & That 6×6.  I stamped out the various images from both With a Thankful Heart and Halloween Gnomes.

My original plan was something altogether different but this little scenery makes me a happy camper.  Do you spy the web on the pumpkin?

The peek-a-boo gnome, pumpkin and sentiment have been adhered with a tape runner.  Everything else is on foam squares.  Do you like the skull tombstone?  Such an unpredictable scenery for me.  Love that bat with her rosy cheeks.

I’ve doubled up the trick or treat with Midnight behind the Grape Soda.

I can’t wait to hop around and see what my teamies designed!  Leave a comment on all the sneak peeks post for each designer.  Comments will close at noon CST on September 7th and there will be a $15 Gift Certificate for one blog commenter and also one FB commenter.  Make sure you pop over to the Reverse Confetti Blog for all the details!

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8 thoughts on “September Countdown to Confetti Day Two | Reverse Confetti”

  1. OMGoodness that is darling!!! Love the gnome that lived in a pumpkin scene! Great new characters and Love all your little details. It's just precious. Thanks for the inspiration!

  2. I love how you combined these sets to make
    such a fabulous card! And I love the soft coloring
    you did; it's really pretty.

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