Made from 100% paper, Christina designs each garment specifically for the wearer. Her paper work has been featured in the Baltimore Museum of Art, The Walters Art Gallery, American Visionary Art Museum as well as in Quail Bell Magazine. Her work has also been seen at the Steps to the Cure fashion show, where she created a garment for a breast cancer survivor. The dresses can be worn multiple times. After the dress is worn, many of Christina's clients then cut portions of their garment and have them framed so it becomes fine art on their wall. She has designed multiple custom wedding dresses, paper bouquets and other elements for brides and grooms. She also has developed custom paper masks for the Black Box Theater's rendition of Fall of the House of Usher.