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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Before the day is come and gone, I thought I had better get the card that I made for Mother’s Day on my blog! This design is based on the design by Becca Feeken at her site amazingpapergrace.com I love … Continue reading
I’ve always loved doing the challenges at MOJO Monday (www.mojomonday.blogspot.com) so, with my effort to get back into the swing of things, I looked them up and this is the result. I made the card instead of eating dinner … Continue reading
I decided to get back into the swing of things and relish the ambiance of my “new” craft room by doing some challenges. Shortly after I finished one and stopped to make dinner, my DH explained that he needed to … Continue reading
We had some great challenges this week from Mojo Monday (www.mojomonday.blogspot .com) and from The Shabby Tea Room (www.theshabbytearoom.blogspot.com). Our inspiration photo from TSTR was just meant for me… lots and lots of bling!
I had a little catching up to do on my Viva La Verve Challenge. With this card, I am up to date and ready for a new sketch. I have gotten lots of very nice feedback in the form of … Continue reading
There is a particular Viva La Verve Challenge that I have never done before and keep reading about at Andrea Ewen’s site http://www.ewenstyle.com. I admire Andrea’s beautiful creations and her friendly nature. She has alway answered any questions I had … Continue reading
My grandson, Andrew, was my first grandchild. All grandmothers are a little bit crazy when it comes to their grandchildren but I took it to a new level! The better part of his young years, he and his mom (my … Continue reading