Greetings, 'Fetti Fans and welcome to DAY TWO of the COUNTDOWN TO CONFETTI! 
We're just a couple days away from the July release on the 8th.  This release contains 5 new stamp sets, 6 new Confetti Cuts die sets and a new 6x6 paper pad!
A quick look at what's happening here during the countdown...
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Today we have a lot of introductions, along with some fabulous inspiration from the Confetti Crew.  First up in the introductions is a new Cover Panel that I peeked over on Instagram the other day...

STRIPED CIRCLE COVER PANEL

Before I get to my card with this set, I must introduce a super fun and funky stamp set that has some really super sentiments to go with the images...

MOD FLORAL STACK

Coordinating Confetti Cuts...
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For a colorful and uplifting CAS card, I used the new STRIPED CIRCLE COVER PANEL and a sentiment from MOD FLORAL STACK...
The STRIPED CIRCLE COVER PANEL is an A2 sized panel, but I trimmed it down so that it would be a focal panel on this card.  I added a rainbow of cardstock behind the circles: Rose, Tangerine, Buttercup, Lime Green, Iced Aqua and Grape Soda Confetti Colors cardstock.
As you can see, the panel is popped up with dimensional adhesive, as is the sentiment panel.
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I have another introduction before I get to my next card!  It's no secret that I love a good design element and this is such a fun one that I think you'll keep on your craft desk within reach at all times!

GEO PANEL

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There are definitely ample opportunities to get clever with the MOD FLORAL STACK stamps and Confetti Cuts!  You'll see some fabulous butterflies created with the images from some of the Confetti Crew members.  I was inspired by a Magnolia wreath to make this card using the stamps and Confetti Cuts...
The GEO PANEL serves as a door or trellis to hold the wreath which I created by layering plain cuts in LIME GREEN and stamped cuts in AVOCADO.
The white enamel dots are meant to mimic magnolia flowers.
I kept the sentiment panel sweet and simple, with just a STORMY mat behind it.
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My final card with MOD FLORAL STACK shows my initial inspiration when creating this set - modern, clean and simple...
I started with a PREMIER POLAR WHITE card base.  I stamped the sentiment in STORMY ink on a PIERCED ROUND TOP PANEL cut from STONE cardstock.
From there I cut plain MOD FLORAL STACK cuts in LEAD and then layered those with LIME GREEN and SUNSHINE stamped cuts.
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I'm excited to say that there is still one more coordinating stamp and Confetti Cuts set to introduce to you today!
I am 50% Swedish and I often find myself gravitating towards Scandinavian design.  When I was younger, I had a Scandinavian made duvet with a pattern that, as I recall, was similar to the some of the elements in this stamp set...

PATTERN BUILDER

Coordinating Confetti Cuts...
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I started this card by grabbing a bunch of inks that I thought would look good together: Coral, Flamingo, Buttercup, Lime Green and Lagoon.  Then I went to town "building" this pattern...
I began with the striped petals in FLAMINGO ink and then stamped the longer petals in CORAL.  From there I stamped the center 4 "dots" in BUTTERCUP, and finally the 2 circle pieces in LIME GREEN and LAGOON, respectively.  This did not require any positioning tools, just a little bit of patience and attention that I was stamping the right stamp in the right ink LOL!
The sentiment is from the MOD FLORAL STACK stamp set and it's simplicity pairs well with the PATTERN BUILDER image...
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Enough from me already!  Let's see what the Confetti Crew put together using all these new products today!  Leave a comment at each stop along the way for a chance to win!