Tag: Robson Paper Crafting Club

Hand-Created Birthday Cards Brighten Days

Birthday cards

Jaine Toth We celebrate each other! Yes, we make cards for charitable projects, and yes, we make cards for our family and friends, but we also recently began a campaign to make birthday cards for each member of our Paper Crafting Club. The response, as you no doubt realize, has been hugely positive. Being inundated…

Paper Crafting Club Member Profile: Jaine Toth

Jaine especially enjoys making cards with unusual folds and shapes.

Jaine Toth “I don’t have a creative bone in my body.”—Jaine Toth’s plaint of her younger years. After attempts at sewing, knitting, crocheting, needlepoint, macramé—the typical handcrafts—and failing, Jaine figured she’d missed out on the arts gene. Eventually she caught the acting bug as well as the one for writing. Pleased to have these creative…

Card-Making for Therapy and Charity

Kim Vandenberg, holding one of each group of cards, with Ludwig Herrmann

Jaine Toth Another charity received handmade greeting cards from the Robson Paper Crafting Club. Eagles Landing in Casa Grande serves as the hub for services to veteran and military families in Pinal County. They asked for and received 80 cards (20 birthday, 20 thinking of you, 20 thank you, and 20 get well cards). Debra…

Paper Crafting Member Profile: Linda Fletcher

Linda Fletcher

Jaine Toth Last April, after reading an article about the Robson Paper Crafting Club in the Robson Ranch Views, Linda Fletcher called Club President Pat Serveiss who encouraged her to come to one of our regularly scheduled sessions. Linda came and felt welcomed. She promptly joined the club. She had recently begun trying to create…