Dew Drops on Altered Popsicle Sticks

Hello Craftivators,
It’s me Fairuz Fabiha here. I’ve been meaning to create a sea themed project for a really long time and finally here it is! I’ve tried to be a little creative by altering some popsicle sticks into a tag.
Here are some pictures of the project for you guys to get inspired.



Used Robin’s Nest Dewdrops:


Used supplies:
1. Popsicle sticks
2.  Acrylic paint
3. The Robin’s Nest Dewdrops
4. Distress Ink
5. Fabric flowers
6. Clay embellishments
7. Wooden embellishments
8. Strings
9. Sequins
10. Crackle Paste

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Christmas Tags with Dew Drops

Hello Crafty Friends,
First, I would like to wish you a merry Christmas and happy holidays. Thank you for your visits, here are my last projects of the year and also the end of my DT with The Robin’s Nest.
So, I made 2 Christmas and winter tags for you with some beautiful colors and Dew Drops.


How to do


I cut my tag in watercolor paper and tinted with Distress ink.


I used a snoflakes stencil with some blue Distress Ink.



I added some water on it with a spray.



I stamped my snow man on the tag and on a watercolor paper. I colored it with watercolor paints. Then, I cut it.



To finish, I adhered my stamp with some squares of foam and stamped, cut and stuck my title on the top.



This is the result with a beautiful ribbon and pink Dew Drops.





I made another one with a Christmas tree!


Robin’s Nest Products I used
Thank you for visiting!
Marie-Christine Denis
Design Team

Knotty or Nice CAS Card

Hello Crafters,
It’s Karen here to share a little Christmas inspiration.  This is a great card to make for that last minute function because it is super quick.  CAS is best if you plan to give handmade cards for the holiday season and have a long list of family and friends.  This is a good design to mass produce efficiently and requires relatively few supplies.   Let’s get stamping!

1.  Use black ink to stamp a random collage of swirls & flourishes onto a white card base. Make sure to rotate the stamp and overlap the edges with the design. If you plan to include a sentiment, make sure you leave some empty space for it. 

2. Stamp the sentiment with black ink. Set aside to dry.

3. Next, plan the placement of the Tear Drops (aka light bulbs) evenly spaced along different sides of the swirls. This is a temporarily step for placement only so no glue is used at this time. When you are satisfied with their positions, mark each light socket lightly with a pencil. Next, carefully remove the Tear Drops and use a fine tip black marker to draw a small rectangular socket where you left each pencil mark. Sketch them extending on one side of the wire only. Also, tilt them and vary the angle of the sockets for a more realistic appearance.

4.  Add Tear Drops in primary colors to the sockets with liquid adhesive.  To finish off, draw plugs at the ends of the strings of lights.

(TIP: Attach some Tear Drops away from the flourish to appear as loose spare bulbs.  Use a silver gel pen to draw the metal base of the light bulb.)

white card base
black ink pad
flourish stamps
sentiment stamps
fine tip black marker
liquid adhesive
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If you’d like to see more of Karen’s original projects, visit her blog Art & Soul.

Thanks for visiting!
Come back soon!

Cute last minute box modifications with Dew Drops

Can you believe it’s almost Christmas?  I am way behind on my wrapping.  I was thinking of some cute ways to quickly modify gift card boxes and wanted to share one with you.

I hope you’re not as far behind as I am in wrapping gifts.  Somehow Christmas snuck up on my this year.  I was trying to think of fast and cute ways to modify gift boxes.  I saw this cute wooden patterned box with a plain burlap bow and was inspired to try a quick alteration to make it a little fancier!
Here is all you need, your plain gift box with a burlap bow, liquid adhesive and diamond dew drops in red and green.  It would be equally cute with the same idea using red and green teardrops for a softer star.  I always add the glue to the back of the dew drops and then attach.  It seems to work easier for me in terms of placement accuracy that way!  And I always lay my design out on the work surface before I start, like the photo below!

I hope you enjoyed this super quick and cute box modification using Dew Drops!  See you next year! Have a happy holiday season spent with those you love!

~ Victoria

Cracker diy with Dew Drops (Diamond Drops) by Angie Scrapchild

Hola saleros@s!!

Hello “saleros@s”!!

Se acerca la navidad y tenemos que adornar nuestras mesas para recibir a la familia y amigos.
Los crackers con, o sin, sorpresa, son siempre un buen recurso ornamental.
Vamos a realizar unos con mucho brilli, brilli y maravillosos dew drops.
Christmas is coming and we have to decorate our tables to welcome family and friends.
Crackers with, or without, surprise, are always a good ornamental resource.
We will perform some with lots of glitter and wonderful dew drops.

Materiales que vamos a utilizar :
Materials that we are going to use:
cartulina brillante, die cuts en forma de copo de nieve, lazos, dew drops, regla, lápiz, cutter, pistola de silicona.
glitter cardboard, die cuts in the form of snowflake, loops, dew drops, ruler, pencil, cutter, silicone gun.


En la tienda on line de The Robin´s Nest encontraremos:
The Robin´s Nest on line store will find:
Espero que os guste!!. 
I hope you like it!!
Vamos con el paso a paso!

Come on with step by step!

Dividimos en 4 el largo del papel. Marcamos línea a cada lado. Y a un 1cm de esa línea vamos dibujando los rombos.
We divide the length of the paper into 4. We mark line on each side. And 1cm from that line we’re drawing the diamonds.
Los recortamos con el cutter. Tenemos cuidado de no recortar la unión entre uno y otro.

We cut them with the cutter. We are careful not to trim the union between each other.

 Hacemos lazada apretando por los rombos.

We do lacing around by the diamonds.

Adornamos con nuestros copos de nieve y diamond drops.

We adorn with our snowflakes and diamond drops.

Me encantará ver vuestras interpretaciones!!. Y no olvidéis seguirnos en Facebook.

I love to see your interpretations!!. And don’t forget to follow us on Facebook.

Además en el Blog Chattering Robins encontraréis cantidad de inspiraciones para vuestros proyectos!.

In addition to the Blog Chattering Robins you will find a number of inspirations for your projects!.


How to make a Rustic Burlap Christmas Gift Bag

Hello and Welcome to the blog – Shelly with you today showing you how to elevate a plain burlap sack into an elegant gift bag.

And it might just surprise you to discover what Robin’s Nest Products I used ….




 Let’s gather our supplies:

Let’s make it:

  • Place a piece of cardboard inside bag to create a smooth, firm surface for applying rub-ons
  • Apply snowflake rub-ons to burlap sack with stick (yes! rub-ons work great on all kinds of surfaces – not just paper!)

For the finishing touch….

And just like that, an elegant gift bag to fill with a small gift or sweet holiday treats!
Thanks for stopping by the blog today – have a creative (and MERRY) week!


O’Christmas Tree with Dew Drops

Hello all,

My little Christmas Village needed a special Christmas Tree so, I made one and adorned it with Dew Drops and Glitter Chipboard!  I love how it looks in my miniature village!  The Dew Drops made it look so special and pretty!

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Dew Drops:
Glitter Chipboard:


Other supplies:
Christmas Crafts – Canadian Pine Stems
Chipboard Cone Tree
Washi Tape
1) Paint a small chipboard cone-shaped Christmas tree with white gesso.
2) Wrap the tree with pine stems.


3) Paint the pine stems and then add glitter.


4) Create garland by adhering Gold Dew Drops from the Goldenberry mix to a piece of thin washi tape.


5) Adhere Yellow Diamond Drops into a star shape.


6) Wrap Dew Drop Garland around tree and adhere into place.


7) Adhere Yellow Dew Drops to back side of star.


8) Add Christmas bulbs to the tree by using Red and White Dew Drops/


9) Adhere Diamond Dew Star to the top of the tree.


10) Add Silver Glitter Snowflakes to tree.


I hope you enjoyed this Christmas Tree project and will try it out for yourself!  Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!
Happy day!

Dew Drops on a Mixed Media Tag

Hello Craftivators!

Today I’ll be sharing with you how I use Dewdrops on my mixed media tags!

YouTube tutorial:

Closeup photos:



Used Dewdrops:




Be Brave Card with Dew Drops

Hello Crafty Friends,  
Marie-Christine with you today with a wood card and Dew Drops. Do you love papers? If Yes, it is for you!



How to do
First, choose printed papers and a half of small doily, like the picture below.


Color the doily with Distress Ink.
Then, assemble them.
Cut your title, here it is a circle and adhere it with some foam for relief.
To finish, stuck some wood embellishments.
This is a cute card for the season.
The robin’s Nest products I used
Thank you for visiting!
Design Team

How to Create Faux Jingle Bells

How to Create Faux Jingle Bells

Hello Crafters,
It’s Karen here to share a little Christmas inspiration.  Let me show you how I turned gold Dew Drops into jingle bells.  It is a simple step but it does require a steady hand.  I used a permanent black marker to add small details to the Dew Drops.  By adding a simple slightly curved “v” shape on one end, you create the faux jingle bell.  The good news is that they are much easier to glue to a project and won’t add the thickness & weight of a real bell.  Sadly, they don’t jingle.  Let’s get going!


black fine tip permanent marker
liquid adhesive
glitter card base
metal die reindeer
mini bow

1. Use white card stock to cut out a reindeer embellishment with your die cutting machine.

2. Adhere it to the center of a square card base.

3. Use a black fine tip permanent marker to draw a “v” shape on the bottom of a gold Dew Drop. The line should be slightly curved so that will accentuate the dimension of the dome. Continue the process to create more bells.

4. Adhere the faux jingle bells to the reindeer’s antlers with liquid adhesive.

5. Attach a gold bow to the reindeer and embellish it in the center with a final bell.

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If you’d like to see more of Karen’s beautiful projects, visit her blog Art & Soul.

Thanks for visiting!
Come back soon!