Charlotte A. Zweigoron
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Author Archives: Charlotte Zweigoron
This is my prototype for the class I will be conducting at the DuBose Conference Center. Please read on for important details regarding this project. You can ask any questions you may have in the comments section … Continue reading
I’ve needed some material for “Boy” cards ever since my four great-grandsons appeared on the scene. This means that it has taken me six years to get specific stamps and dies that would appeal to little boys. I know… slo-o-o-w..! … Continue reading
I think these Shutter Cards are so ingenious..! I love them and I know anyone receiving it will appreciate the work that goes in to making it. My craft room drawers are filled with a collection of hot beverage stamps, … Continue reading
I designed this card for our class to make today. A slightly less fussy style of Valentine. I made one very similar a few years ago before I started doing the paper craft class. The papers were from the DCWV … Continue reading
I came across another card that our class did earlier in the year that I have not posted. So, as part of my 2016 Retrospective, I am including it here. You can see my crafty mess … Continue reading
In class this past week, I put together materials from the Graphic 45 Botanical Tea collection for the ladies to make a mini album. I call these “Event Albums” because each one will contain photos and/or mementoes of a specific … Continue reading
These were two cards I designed for our class to create during our November session. I had seen the style on the right where the images seem to fade away with the second and third generation stamping and later found … Continue reading
Winter is definitely the time for hugs and snuggles. There are birthdays & anniversaries to celebrate, achievements to recognize, sniffles to sympathize about… a card makes everyone feel heartwarmingly special. That’s what we aim to do with our creations. My … Continue reading
This is the beginning of our New Year… 2017. I see this as my chance to catch up with posting the cards I’ve made in the past several months… and I decided to start fresh with my entry for the … Continue reading