Charlotte A. Zweigoron
I love the social whirl of connectivity with crafters on line and the generous abundance of shared information. The energy generated among fellow crafters is at my fingertips every day and I am truly excited to be part of it. I hope you will be excited by what I have to share with you!
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Category Archives: papercraft
My paper crafting class has been keeping me ever so busy these days! This is the project I designed and created for our first class in July. It reminds me so much of my youth… For most of my young … Continue reading
It may seem like a strange title but this card does seem to me to be the icing on the cake… goodies galore..!!
The ladies in my Paper Crafting Workshop decided they would like to enter a drawing that Michael’s is conducting… first prize: a trip to Paris, France! To participate one must create a project with Paris as the theme, anything from … Continue reading
I have been having a wonderful time teaching a paper crafting class at my local senior center for the last many months.
Some time back, six months ago to be exact, I got a wonderful birthday present from the DH. He likes to give wonderful (and reasonably priced) gifts but just doesn’t have a clue about what that might be for me … Continue reading
The Shabby Tea Room has a challenge this week that just fits with something I have been working on lately. This will be my submission for Challenge #222. I am subscribed to two great blogs from ladies in Eastern Europe. … Continue reading
This is a birthday tag I made for my oldest daughter’s birthday. I have said that the Graphic 45 paper collections are my favorite and among their collections is this gorgeous one called A Ladies Diary. If you click … Continue reading
OK… It has been awhile!! My favorite little camera had been giving me fits and, when I finally complained about it to my DH, he discovered that the motor that powers the ‘focus’ function had gone kaput; the poor little … Continue reading