Blooming Flowers using Dew Drops

Hello Everyone, Sadia is here. Today I am going to show you how to make a simple canvas more beautiful and lively using Dew Drops from Robin’s Nest.

Products that I used:
1. Artsy Dew MistleToe
2. Goldenberry Dew Drops
3. Kelly Green Dew Drops
4. Forbidden Love Tear Drops
5. Acrylic Paint
6. Colored Pen
7. Glue
Steps of work:
1. Took a very beautiful canvas of Robin’s Nest.
2. Then I colored the whole canvas with Brown and Chocolate color.
3. Then I colored the leaves on canvas using green color.
4. Next, I outlined the sharp edges of the canvas using marker pen.
5.  Then I applied the colorful Dew Drops from Robin’s Nest on the canvas using glue and the canvas became lively and gorgeous.
I hope you guys liked this one. To try out this idea you can have your Dew Drops collected from The Robin’s Nest.

Dew Drops and the Artsy Owl Quilling

Hello Crafty robins!!
Srabonti Sandha Here from “Tale of Quilling”, sharing my very 1st project idea as DT member of the Robin’s Nest team. Let’s see how I am going to decorate robins nest’s Artsy-owl canvas using Quilling and dewdrops.

Here is the quick video of my work process:

step 1: I have glued the canvas with a base.
step 2: Then Started coloring inside the owl shape.
step 3:I quilled the eyes and put tear drops for creating more depth in them. Look how appealing the eyes have become.
step 4: Covered the line-drawing with black 5mm quilling paperTook some colored strips for the front-wing. As making the sequence of feathers, I have added small pieces from those different color strips.
step 5: The final task is to paint the outer background with some acrylic colors and the most exciting part is adding dew drops. The canvas looks brighter now.

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FUN at the Playground – Scrapbooking

Welcome back to the Blog! I hope you are enjoying your summer. These guys! My grandsons, bring me so much JOY. This scrapbook page is a 12×12 layout of them playing at a nearby playground.

There’s a lot going on here, but I’ll give you some shortcuts and tips.


Robin’s Nest Dew Drops (red and teal)
Computer and printer
12 x 12 background paper (Colorbok)
Photo paper
Aqua Cardstock
Natural colored Tag (3×5″)
Red Marker – IMPRESS Dual Marker #4 Poppy Red
Red Pepper dye ink pad – Adirondack (Ranger Ink)
Red ribbon
Skeleton leaves (green)
Red glitter glue (Stickles by Ranger Ink)
Cutting tools and adhesives


1. TITLE: Using a simple office program, (I use LibreOffice) select the “draw” option (verses writer or spreadsheet option) and create a digital Title.  Format your document to 12×12 size and insert TEXT BLOCKS and arrange them.  There are four text blocks:
a. “FUN” uses Impact (font) at 150 pt, bold with a drop shadow.
b. “@” is Arial Black (font) at 48 pt, bold. Although you can type in the heart shapes, I couldn’t get it centered where I wanted it.
c. “the” is Liberation Sans (font) 48 pt, bold.
d. “Playground” is Agreloy (font) 88 pt, not bold.
e.  The tool bar on the left has options for shapes, find the heart shape, create 2 approximately
1 1/2″ square.  Change the “area” color to red, if that’s not your default. The second heart with “the” inside it is rotated 45 degrees. Find this under “Position and Size” when you right click the image, then select “rotate”.

*YOU CAN SKIP ALL THAT! You’re welcome to use this image for your title, if you’d like to create this layout.

2. Print your title onto the background paper.

3.  Because I selected a colored background paper and really wanted the hearts to POP, I printed the title again on photo paper, cut them out and placed over the hearts printed on the background. Bright white card stock will work just fine, too. I used the red marker around the edges so no white of the paper would show.

4. Print photos and matte them on aqua card stock.

5. Adhere the matted photos to the background paper. The first photo only has adhesive on 3 sides, so I could tuck the tag behind it with journaling, names and dates.

6. Ink the edges of your tag, attach the red ribbon and journal to your hearts’ content.

7. Adhere the skeleton leaves to the left of the title. (I used Craft Bond, spray adhesive). Embellish with three aqua Dew Drops. 

8. Draw flourishes onto the background paper, lightly with pencil.  Use a liquid adhesive to adhere Dew Drops along your guidelines. Accent a few curves with red glitter glue. Let dry completely.

I hope you give it a try! I enjoy printing my scrapbook page titles directly onto the background paper. You always get the font and color you want. I don’t have good luck with alphabet collections. (smile) Printed titles can always be embellished, too!

With all of the fabulous Dew Drops colors available, you can really make this project your own creation. I selected red, because of the red in the photos.

Thanks for stopping by!
Craft on!

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Create a Mixed Media Home Decor Flower piece Embellished with Dew Drops

Hello all,

Lori here, with a brightly colored mixed media home decor piece.  This beautiful project was completed by collecting and assembling a variety of floral elements onto a wood panel, colored with inks and paint, and embellished with a dew drops.   Be sure to check out the Mixed Media Quick Tips video below for the steps by steps for this project.


The Robins Nest

Other Supplies:

  • Little Birdie Embellishments – Pretty bows
  • American Crafts – paper flowers
  • Recollections – paper flowers
  • Prima Marketing – flowers
  • Heidi Swapp – Wood Veneer Arrows
  • Art-C Embellishments – ruler
  • Tim Holtz idea-ology – Quote Chips, Collage Paper
  • Beacon – 3-in-1 Adhesive
  • Fireworks spray – Dandelion, Lulu Lavender, Angel Pink
  • Walnut Ink – Cornflower
  • StazOn Pigment – Piano Black
  • Club Scrap Ins. – Nice to See you
  • DecoArt Americana – White Gesso, Slate Gray, DuraClear Matte Varnish
  • Faber Castelle Artist Pitt Pens
  • Wood panel with easel

Mixed Media Quick Tips Video

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I hope you have enjoyed this project and will try it out for your self.

Happy day!




How to Embellish a CAS Card with Dew Drops

Hi There,
Karen here, today to share a really useful technique to use to embellish a CAS card. Although, the stamped rose design with the ribbon is very pretty by itself, adding a magical cluster of bubbles (aka Dew Drops) floating down over the rose garden adds a charming element to an otherwise ordinary design. Use various sizes and colors of Dew Drops to add maximum impact and create added depth. Let me show you!

(TIP: Notice this design is suitable for any feminine card giving occasion.  Simply add a coordinating sentiment to the lower right corner.  There are many possible sentiments that can transform this card design to meet your needs.  Consider the possibilities…Thank You, Thinking of You, Happy Birthday, Get Well Soon, or Congratulations/Happy Anniversary.)

1. Use black ink to stamp an image of roses across the lower portion of a white card base. Place a piece of junk paper to mask off and protect the lower 2″ edge from the stamped design.

2. Carefully, align the image; continue inking and stamping until you complete the row.


3. Use a water-brush to paint the flowers and leaves using Distress Oxide Ink.  Begin coloring where the darkest part of the petal is and continue to blend creating lighter shades. Set aside to dry.

4. Open the card flat and use a craft knife to slice a 3/4″ opening in the crease of the card about 2″ from the bottom.

5. Cut a 14″ length of organza ribbon to coordinate with your card. Carefully, slide the end of the ribbon through the slice and pull the ends to the front of the card. Tie a faux knot style bow and trim the ends. Gently slide the ribbon until you are pleased with the placement of the bow and secure it with a glue dot under the knot.

5. Add a random scattering of Dew Drops diagonally across the card.  Use a variety of sizes and colors/shades to create movement and interest.

Thanks for visiting us. Come back soon!
If you would like to see more of Karen’s magnificent projects,
stop by her blog Art & Soul.

Sea Themed Mixed Media Project

Hello Crafty bees !
It’s Zerin here to share “Sea themed” Mixed media project today!
Click here to watch the step by step tutorial👇 
Some random shots👇



I have attached transparent sheet to make it look unique✨
Hope you guys liked the project!❤
I’ve used Royal Blue dewdrops & Pool dewdrops here!
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Light Up – Dewdrops On Canvas

Hello everyone!
Fairuz Fabiha here from Craftivation. Today I’ll be sharing with you how I color and decorate a Robin’s Nest Canvas using their lovely dew drops.

Step by step process-

1. I chose to work on this lovely ‘Artsy Peaceful Idea’ canvas with a floral bulb image.

2. I started with coloring the flowers in bright tones.

3. Then I colored the background in yellow and colored the bulb in blue and black.

4. I added the yellow and orange dew drops in such a way to make it look like beams of light.

5. Finally finished it off with the bold sentiment ‘hugs’ because I believe a lovely long hug can lighten up our days just like that.

Used Robin’s Nest Products-

1. flame-dew-drops
2. artsy-peaceful-idea-dew-drop-canvas

Closeup photos-



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Mix Media Canvas

Hello Everyone, Sadia is here. Today I am going to show you how to make a mix media canvas using Dew Drops from Robin’s Nest.

Here is the canvas that is I am going to make:
Products that I used:
3. Acrylic Paint
4. Colored Pen
5. Art paper
6. Jute rope
7. Jute Canvas
8. Plastic Flower
Step by step working procedure:
1. At first I colored the jute canvas with some acrylic paint and attached the rope using glue on it.
2. Then I attached some plastic flower on a side of the rope. And this looks like the following:
3. Then I took a piece of art paper which was shaped accordingly.
4. Then I decorated the art paper with color, colored pen and dew drops from Robin’s Nest.
I hope you guys liked this one. To try out this idea you can have your Dew Drops collected from The Robin’s Nest.

Purple Dreams Collage

Hello, today I created a collage for Robin’s Nest using purple dew drops, paint, and collage materials. 

I started with a piece of cardboard as the base for this collage then built up the layers starting with gesso, acrylic paint, and some water. I then used Distress ink and TCW stencil Sunflower Mandala to create some depth to the center of the collage. then added some modeling paste to the background along the edges with a TCW stencil. Using black ink along the edges to enhance the piece I then glued down the image from Gecko Galz and added the purple dew drops.

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Create Art – A Beautiful Tag Using Dew Drops

Hi everyone, welcome to another tutorial. I was really strapped for time with this project but came up with a very quick and easy tag design that you can do in under thirty minutes.  You need very few craft supplies and of course Dew Drops.
Isn’t that beautiful? I have a quick tutorial below and a list of supplies you will need.
Supplies needed:
matte medium
printed tissue paper (I used one by Tim Holtz)
any quote or words you would like to put on your tag
yellow inkpad and applicator
Follow the steps below:
1) Using matte medium, stick the tissue paper onto the tag. Go over the top once it is stuck down.
2) When dry, add yellow ink to any uncovered areas.


3) Go around edges of embellishment with the yellow ink.
4) Stick down with embellishment glue.


5) Add the Dew Drops.  I made a flower at the top and scattered some around.



Your all done!
I loved this project. It is versatile and you can easily adapt it to the supplies you have at home. Another fabulous way to use your Dew Drops!

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Thanks for stopping by! You can share your creations with us on our Facebook page. We would love to see them! For more inspiration have a look around the blog. There are a variety of tutorials for many levels using Dew Drops. You can also visit my blog at Paper Mache Patch
You can find Dew Drops online at The Robin’s Nest.
Happy Crafting!