mardi 30 novembre 2010


Hello dear blogfriends in blogland...oh how I have been sooo gone the last week huh. Well, I'm back, and I have a card for someone in need of some love. Of course it's from our own Destination station at the teapot challenge. I also wanted to play the challenges I have been missing lately. There is of course the CC on splitscoast and Priscilla's midnight madness sketch. I am glad I made it and will have some pictures of the craftshow later on the week. It wasn't a money making experience this year, though I did cover the cost of my table, it was more about new and interesting people!

Have a good day to all! Hugsxo from the Nutty Cardmaker

samedi 20 novembre 2010


This card is for the Crafty creations challenge this week, which was all about "beautiful insides":

So I used my new MFT called A la mode collection. and used this rainbow ski hat as inspiration from the Vintage plaid website introduced by Stephanie for our IC this week. I used Mercy's sketch. It's neat and so fun to play with.

thank you all for looking and you'all come back now you hear! :)


Here is the card I created for the Midnight madness sketch challenge. I used this handsome red cardinal as my focal image and thought this red ribbon would make him look even better. This came together pretty quickly. Surprisingly, I kind of like it. The frame and a little lace too! Thank you for stopping by, it's always good! :)


Hello! Today is so beautiful outside, I could not start crafting before I went for my daily walk . That done, along with a good hearthy/healthy soup, ending with a slice of apple pie and vanille ice cream, for lunch.

I created this card started with this adorable card from our Queen for the Day this week, Bev (Maxell) on SCS. I also was inspired by this cute little deer pin to alter my brads.

This is a completely new style for me. I figure since I don't have a "style" per say, I love to play with different kinds of styles. Though, when I think of it a little more. I could admit to being quite biased when it comes to anything "cutsie". Kettos, The Greeting Farm, Pure Innocence, etc... Anyway, I really enjoyed making this with alot of inspiratin from Melissa Phillips style right here.

lundi 15 novembre 2010


Hello ladies in blogland. Gee, I am at a low paste these days. What with getting ready for the craft show in 2 weeks, my cardmaking is limited to creating without showing much of my work. As you know uploading takes time. So this morning, I peeked at the CAS challenge on SCS and thought of making a little baby girly card all in pink. It also fits the Crafty creations challenge this week, which is all about buttons. Sooooooooo needed that. Now, I will be back to cardmaking, should see more of everyone and everyone's work after the craft show, it will be December by time flys! Love that you stopped by. Happy day to all! :)

dimanche 7 novembre 2010


Another card for our Featured stamper Tobi (jazzytobi). Her ly color and sketch on this oh so girly card inspired me. Had to give my little glitters a try. They are from Martha Stewart. (Carrara marble). Just had to do a close up. The glitter is even prettier in real life.

See you all soon, until then, keep that beautiful smile and share it with others too okay. :) Nitee, nite. Peggyxo


Hello everyone,

I am so happy to have played the Featured Stamper today. I had this young girl in mind. Just love Tobi's card. I did keep with the cocoa color scheme, but changed my image to Christmas Bella and added a little touch of red to mine with the poinsetta.

Thank you all for stopping by, I love to see you. I am off to make another one!

mardi 2 novembre 2010


Hello everyone!

I had to work the CardPatterns sketch today, it's such a fun one! I used Mo Manning's Christmas choir image. I love that there are so many different nationalities in this image. You can't quite see the sparkle from the aytou spica markers do to it though. Had to use the little poinsetias I got from the $ store. Aren't they just the cutest. Used the silver paper and script embossing folder as thet are part of my background. Aaaaand, I had to use a soft powder blue panel from bazzil. The black panel too. he, he!

This penguin(Inkadinkadoo clear stamp) card is for the Midnight madness sketch challenge at Priscilla's blog. They used an oval, and I just used a simple rectangle. Added the red sparkly thread instead of the oblique panel. Don't you just love that little Joyeux Noël sentiment. It's from SU. My little penguin looks like he could be part of the Teapot party too, because he has got those original swirls all over him, they are tatoos actually. LOL

Thank you so much for stopping by, you are so sweet! :)Peggyxo

lundi 1 novembre 2010


Happy monday everybody!

Am I a spoiled gal today. Yep, I learned this morning bright and early that I won CANDY BLOG from Judi Rose. Check out her blog here at paper-rose-petals. It's always fun to win something and thought I would share.

Now, for today, I have played with the Mojo sketch today. Very easy peasy, but I worked on the colors. Hope you all enjoy today. I needed simple and simple and fun it was. Thank you for stopping by, I enjoy to see you around.