Hello there, 'Fetti Fans and welcome to DAY TWO of the COUNTDOWN TO CONFETTI!  Yesterday we kicked off the party in style with all of our new Halloween goodies.  Today, our focus is more on fall in general.  By the time you finish seeing all of the Confetti Crew projects, you may just be smelling pumpkin spice and dreaming of cool crisp days.
Again, here is an overview of our schedule...

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Let's hop into that pile of leaves!
First up in our introductions is a wonderful set that can be used for so many things! 


Coordinating Confetti Cuts die set...
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My first project today features both the new FALL FOLIAGE set and the new BAG & TAGS CREATOR Confetti Cuts die set...
I started by creating the bag from STONE cardstock and stamping the leaves on it, also in STONE.  The tag is made with the TOPPED OFF TAG Confetti Cuts die set and the BIG STRIPES TAG LAYER Confetti Cuts die set.
The leaves from the FALL FOLIAGE set are watercolored and layered under the sentiment panel (STONE Cardstock).
Here's a side view of the project.  I filled the bag with a cello bag filled with yummy caramels.  This will make the perfect teacher/neighbor/friend giftie this fall!
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I had so much watercoloring these leaves that I kept on going to create this card...
This card packs a colorful punch with these bright fall colored palette.  The 2 leaves that are popped up are also offset with a gold glitter die cut leaf.  I love the detail that this gives!
I think that we all work on our thankfulness a little more during the fall/Thanksgiving season and I think this sentiment is a perfect way to let someone that you know that they mean a lot to you.
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This next set is perfect for all the cards this season, but you can most definitely use it year round!


Coordinating Confetti Cuts die set...
Before I get to my next project, I have a new (and awesome) Cover Panel to share with you!


This card features both the COTTON & THISTLES sets along with the TRIANGLES COVER PANEL Confetti Cuts...
One of my friend's dads just had heart surgery and I made this card with her in mind.  I started by cutting the TRIANGLE COVER PANEL from PREMIER POLAR WHITE and popping it up on the PREMIER POLAR WHITE card base. 
From there, I added the watercolored jar and florals.  To give the illusion that the flowers are in water, I stamped them in STORMY ink, rather than MIDNIGHT so that they would have a lighter colored edge.  The cotton and thistles are colored with watercolors, as well.
The sentiment is sweet without being overly mushy and something a little different than the standard "thinking of you."
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My next card also uses the new COTTON & THISTLES set along with paper from the new ABUNDANT AUTUMN 6x6 paper pad.
For this card, I used only the floral image, which is watercolored (I had A LOT of fun watercoloring one day!).  I wrapped the bouquet in twine and tied it off with a tiny bow (so cute!).
One more detail shot of this unique arrangement...
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Ok, it's time to see what the Confetti Crew has come up with using these fun fall goodies!  Enjoy all of the inspiration and don't forget to leave a comment at each stop along the way.

Amy Kolling

Crystal Thompson

Melissa Phillips

Amy Sheffer

Tricia Barber

Kelly Lunceford

Lisa Henke

Amy Rohl

Lea Lawson

Laurie Schmidlin

Heather Hoffman

Amy Tsuruta

Kathy Schweinfurth

Audrey Tokach

Jeanne Jachna

Olga Moss

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