Tuesday, September 18, 2012

#1 Teacher

Hello everyone and welcome to Nonna's Craft Corner!
Today's card is for Challenge #35 going on over at the Peachy Keen Challenge Blog.  This week's challenge is called "Just Cards - Teacher".  Talk about perfect timing - Emma (my granddaughter) just asked me to make a card for her new 2nd grade teacher!

Here's my card for this week's challenge...

* I got the fun, apple shaped card from the Silhouette Online Store.
* Papers are from the DCWV paper stack "Grade School"
* The sentiment and that adorable little worm are from the Peachy Keen August Stamp set.
* Some bright yellow ribbon and sweet button finish up this cute little card.

I hope Emma's teacher likes her card (of course, it has to pass inspection with Emma first)!

I may be MIA for the next few days - tomorrow morning I begin Phase 2 of my "Dental Implant Saga"!  The doctor will be screwing a titanium rod into my newly grafted bone - yikes!  He assures me that it will be an easier procedure than having the tooth extracted....I say...we'll see.  Hopefully it will be a piece of cake and I'll be happily blogging again in no time!  Hope to see you soon!

Until next time,


  1. Your card is so cute! I love that you made it into a shape card, and that yellow bow is perfect. Thanks for sharing. Hope your Dental implant recovery is an ease:)

    Peace, Love, & Cricut Hugs!
    Monica L.

  2. Tanya, I wish you to live through this as painless as possible. Hate to think you'll be in pain. Just sent you a couple of new crocheted embellishments. The apple card is so cute. LOve it. You do awesome job with your bows, I need to get a lesson from you. Cute worm and button. Great job! Hope to see you back soon!


  3. This is so adorable, Tanya!! I love the apple shape and the cute worm!! The bow is fabulous!! Ugh, good luck with phase 2 of your dental implant saga...hoping it is easy and painless. Have a great day :)

    A Mermaid's Crafts

  4. Lovely card! I keep saying to myself that I'm going to make some shaped cards, and thanks for your inspiration!

  5. cute card!! good luck with the implants - my hubby had 2 done on his front teeth and also had to do grafting beforehand. 10 years later, so far so good:-)

  6. I agree...yikes...dental work! Cute card though!! Lee-Ann :)

  7. Love your apple shaped card! And I bet Emma does, too! That little worm is just adorable.
    I pray your dental procedure goes as smoothly and painfree as can be. :)

  8. Such a yummy looking card. Love the paper and the way you tied the ribbon super cute!

  9. This is so cute - love the little worm:-)


  10. Adorable! I absolutely love the ribbon! Hopefully your dental work will be as painless as possible!

  11. Hi Tanya,Your card is sooo SWEET!GREAT job with it,I LOVE that cute little worm!!!:)

  12. Tanya ~ OMG! I think this is ADORABLE! LOVE the papers you chose to go with apple card! The stamps and sentiment are just the PERFECT choice too! Well so is that FABULOUS bow ~ WOW! I have to say little Miss Emma is one lucky little girl! OMG ~ I hope your procedure goes well! I will be thinking of you! Hugs!!!

  13. Darling apple card... Hope all goes well with your teeth. :) And thank you so much for posting this card at Peachy Keen's Card Challenge.

  14. love this!! especially the little worm at the bottom! :)

  15. this is soooo adorable !! I LOVE that bow with the heart button, great addition to the apple ☺ awesome job ! Thanks for joining us at Peachy Keen this week!!!

    Michelle -DT

  16. Tanya, That's adorable. Love the prints and that cute little worm. The yellow ribbon is perfect.
    Good luck with your implant.

  17. Wow!!! I just found your blog and I love it!! I have spent the past hour looking at all of your beautiful crafts, cards and layouts! Looking forward to seeing more...if you would like to visit me I am at http://cutonedesignsbyrobin.blogspot.com/

  18. Que lindo! O detalhe do bichinho fez toda a diferença.. ficou uma graça!

  19. Hi .. I made a card inspired by yours ... take a look:


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