I found this one on my friend Carrie's blog. You can see hers here. I absolutely loved the project when I saw it and couldn't wait to show my club members. Here's another version I made. So cute!!
I used Crystal Effects to make the cherries shiny.
I found this project on Splitcoast Stampers when I was searching for a fun project using the new Fresh Cuts stamp set and matching note cards.
Lo and behold, it was from another one of my favorite bloggers - Marie over at from combat boots to rubber stamps. I love that you can search on Splitcoast by stamp set and find fun project ideas so quickly and easily. One thing I should mention about finding inspiration from other bloggers. I ask their permission to copy their projects exactly, and I *ALWAYS* give them credit. It's only fair. It's no big deal to shamelessly copy someone else's ideas, as long as you give credit where credit is due! Thanks to Carrie and Marie for letting me share their great ideas!!
Another great source of inspiration on Splitcoast is the Resource section. If you click the links to Splitcoast, at the top of the page on the right it says "Resources". If you click that, you can see hundreds of great tutorials on all kinds of projects. There are even more categories - Techniques, Projects, Tools, etc. If I ever want to do a project I've never done, I almost always head over there to see if someone has done a tutorial. I followed this one for my last club project. Here it is . . . a triangle tri-fold card.
My club members got to watercolor one of the beautiful images from the Bloomin' Beautiful set from the Occasions Mini. We also used the Afternoon Tea Designer Series Paper, and incorporated it into a card with a fun fold. How fun is that?!
I have a couple more fun things to share with you, so stay tuned. I'll be back with a few more projects from my June club.