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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The class I teach at the local Senior Center is always a challenge for new ideas. Not that I don’t have lots of ideas and inspiration from the many blogs I subscribe to but finding things that can be done … Continue reading
I have been having a wonderful time teaching a paper crafting class at my local senior center for the last many months.
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
This is my submission for the “All That Glitters” Challenge by May Arts. May Arts has the most beautiful selection of ribbons and they provide you with the ribbon to use for their challenge. I am particularly in love with … Continue reading
Just a little peek into the paper garden! The medallion on the card could almost be considered a miniature, my second crafting love! I haven’t done The Play Date Cafe Challenge in quite a while (www.theplaydatecafe.blogspot.com) and this is my first … 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
The Mojo Monday challenge has been very much neglected by me of late and, just as I made up my mind that I’d do it and get it in at the correct time, a reminder popped up for my daughter’s … Continue reading
I have been attempting to do the kind of layering in my cards that I see in some of my favorite designers cards; like Becca Feeken and Andrea Ewen. I love the Spellbinders dies for their intricacy and layerability so … Continue reading
Through my searches on Ebay for crafting materials, I came across the loveliest lady, named Milu, who has a shop there (Miluscrapbooking). We email, facebook and talk on the phone. We have celebrated birthdays and holidays together; even tragedies and … Continue reading