Revealed: Home Sweet Gnome

 

  Here's the whole twist...

 

One can’t help but marvel at the magical life of gnomes. In this beautiful woodland scene, there are many things that have gone amiss as these hearty folk are busily foraging in their forest home.

Did you find the 26 differences between the puzzle you assembled and the box image?

Home Sweet Gnome Revealed:
Refer to box art below for location of each of these changes.

  1. Red berries now appear behind the green leaves in the upper left corner
  2. Leaves are starting to change colors as fall approaches
  3. A bee has joined the scene, hanging out on a leaf
  4. Two additional moths can be seen far off in the distance
  5. A camouflaged moth appears on the tree
  6. A woodpecker arrives for a snack -- leaving even more holes in the tree
  7. Yellow moth closed its wings as it sits on the white flower
  8. Purple flower appears
  9. Flowers were collected in the bag hanging on the tree
  10. Gnome peeking out from behind the tree
  11. Inch worm on the strawberry!
  12. Additional white flower has bloomed among the green foliage
  13. Gnome hung a striped rug out the window
  14. Snail appeared on top of the mushroom
  15. Additional gnome foraging just below the mushrooms
  16. Bee landed on the purple flowers in the garden
  17. Another gnome hitching a ride on the wheelbarrow
  18. Two more strawberries on the ground around the full basket
  19. Acorn was moved (spun around – did you catch that?!)
  20. Cup and coffee pot sport a slightly different design and color
  21. Napping gnome on the steps has a pipe next to him
  22. New berries starting to ripen
  23. New yellow moth appears on leaves
  24. Ladybug is carrying the bucket away!
  25. Gnome's expression shows a bit surprised by the ladybug’s action!
  26. Another acorn appears on the ground

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