Artsy I love you canvas

Hey guys!

What’s up!

Today I have come up with a new dewdrop idea with Artsy I Love You Canvas from Robin’s nest .

It’s so simple process which you can easily do.

I took the canvas ,

colored it

& put the dewdrops! That’ all, LOL!


Used materials:
Here are some closeups:



That’s all for today!
Spread love, spread happiness,
Be happy.
Love you all!


It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas Card

Hi everyone! I’m excited to share this fun card with you today! I pulled out some new stamps and dies and got crafty! I’ve seen a lot of different snow drift cards and I really wanted to give it a try!

To create this card I started out with slimline snowdrift dies. I put them down on either side of a  sheet of cardstock and cut them out. then I adhered them together at the bottom. Next I took two shades of blue and created the starry night sky.

Using my new stamps and dies from lawn fawn I stamped the two trees, four strands of lights, and three critters (only two made it on the card)
I then colored in the lights and critters and started placing them around on the card. I really liked putting one of the trees behind a drift and having the bear trying to put the star on. I used some dimensional foam on the tree in the front and the cute dear handing the ornament.


I finished the card off with stamping some stars in the sky and then adding in dew drops as ornaments and in the stars.
Stamps/Dies: tree trimming friends-lawn fawn, stitched slimline snowdrift dies-MFT
Inks: Pinkfresh studios: evergreen, olive, sapphinre, summer shower, espresso, Altenew: permanent black
Markers: Altenew artist markers
Cardstock: Neenah solar whie 80 lb

How to make an exploding box

Hello Crafty Friends 🙂
Monika here.

Today I’m going to show you how to make an exploding birthday box.

A few photos for details.





The order of work on the card:
1) I glued the background to the base.
2)  I added decorative circles, greetings and a card with a birthday date.


3) I glued animals.


4) I glued a small box in the middle.


5) Made a paper cake.


6) Finally, I glued flowers and leaves.


7) Complete the whole with dew drops.


Card is ready 🙂


Robin’s Nest Products I used
Hope you guys will find this inspiring and try this out yourself!
And don’t forget to keep craftivating your dreams!
Hugs Monika


How to Make an Altered Recipe Card with Dew Drop Highlights

Hello and welcome.  Shelly with you today, sharing an altered recipe card.

My niece recently got married.  For her bridal shower, guests were asked to fill out a provided recipe card for the bride – I decided to go a little above and beyond a simple handwritten recipe (and now she wants me to do all her recipe cards – lol!)

Gather Your Supplies:



Make It:


  • Cover front and back of card with patterned paper and cardstock (I used white cardstock on the back)
  • Optional – a little machine stitching


  • Next, either hand write or use computer to type up your recipe
  • Add machine stitching if desired, ink edges
  • Add recipe title with alpha stickers
  • Add cardstock sticker using dimensional foam tape for dimension (I used the Perfect Crafting Pouch to “deactivate” sticker first to make it easier to work with)
  • I added an Index Sticker from the paper collection to the top of card – I used a small piece of cardstock cut from the branding strip of my patterned paper to cover a word on the index sticker that did not apply to my recipe
No project is complete without adding Dew Drops as the finishing touch – they add color, dimension and just a bit magic

And finally, since this was a gift, I signed & added a sticker to the back of the card.

Thanks for stopping by the blog today – have a creative week!


Dew Drop Christmas Ornament – A Wonderful Life

Hello all,

This ornament was inspired by my favorite Christmas Movie “It’s a Wonderful Life”.  I watch it every year and love it more each time.   There is a scene towards to end where George Bailey is running through the snow covered streets wishing everyone Merry Christmas!  Love it!  I hope you love this project too, check out the step by step instructions below.


The Robin’s Nest products:

White Tear Drops – Piano

Diamond Drops – Shimmery

Dew Drops – Fairy Dust

Rain Dew Drops


Other materials:

Clear Glass Ornament: Round, flat
Holiday Foliage
Hot gun & glue
Tim Holtz Idea-ology – Christmas Words Adornments


1) Gather your materials.

2) Start by filling your ornament with glitter.
3) Next add Dew Drops, Dew Diamonds and Tear Drops along with a few paper snowflakes.  Note: The glitter Dew Drops should fill about 1/4 of the Ornament.
4) Tie white twine around top of ornament and start adhering the holiday foliage.
5) Continue to build and layer the foliage until you are happy with the results.
6) Tie and adhere a metal word band around the ornament (just at the top of where the glitter and dew drops fill the ornament).

Done and on the Tree



I hope you have enjoyed this Dew Drop Christmas Ornament Quick Tip.  Hope you are enjoying good health and are experiencing quality Holiday Crafting time.

Happy day!


A Company(s) that I am affiliated with or Design for may have provided me with product to create this project.  The opinions I share are solely my own.

Believe: A Dew Drop Card

Hello, welcome to another tutorial. Today I am sharing a simple but beautiful card made with Dew Drops of course!


The supplies are used are as follows:


  • Christmas Dew Drops
  • card
  • embellishment glue
  • pencil
  • black pen
  • red pen
  • rubber stamp
  • black ink pad
  • eraser


Step one:

Arrange the Dew Drops on the card and glue them place.

Step two:
Draw lines from the top of the card to the Dew Drops.  Draw tiny bows on the lines. I used a pencil first then went over them in pen. Stamp your sentiment in the bottom right-hand corner.
Step three: erase the pencil lines.



That’s it! Isn’t it beautiful?


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



You can find Dew Drops online at The Robin’s Nest.

Happy Crafting!








Dream BIG (card)

Hello Crafty People!
The seasons are changing, but I’m holding on to the sunny days. We’re having a lovely heat wave in Maine, unexpected but very much appreciated! Here’s a quick and colorful card for many occasions, new ventures, graduation, or any time to encourage.
Blue patterned paper – Murdock Country Creations (Blue Violet)
Green patterned paper – Colorbok (Earthtones Pack)
Ribbon -Ki Memories (Blue Sashes)
Sentiment Charm – CRE8 by Amy Labbe (Horizon Group)
Green skeleton leaves – Nail Head City
Butterfly sticker – Crafter’s Square
Adhesives and cutting tools
1. Cut blue patterned paper 5.5 x 8.5″. (half fold card for 8.5×11″ cardstock)
2. Adhere the skeleton leaves to the upper section of the blue background paper. I used spray adhesive-Elmer’s Craft Bond.
3. Cut green patterned paper 5.5 x 4 1/4″, Adhere to the bottom of blue background paper.
4. Cut ribbon long enough to overlap to the backside at least 1″ on both sides (7.5″), apply charm (hot glue the charm into position to avoid movement if desired).  Adhere ribbon to back side.
5. Place the butterfly and embellish with Dew Drops by Robin’s Nest. 
Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today, I hope you’re inspired to create!
Craft on!

How to Enhance Dew Drops with Micro Beads

Hey Friends,
Karen here…We all know that Dew Drops are beautiful but did you know you can enhance Dew Drops.  In previous projects I have used permanent pens to embellish Dew Drops and I have also added glitter glue to Dew Drops for a bit of extra sparkle.   This time I am adding micro beads around the edge of the Dew Drop to create a stunning center for a flower.

Supplies: Classified Dew Drops (Pearl)


There were many techniques used to create the flowers.  Flowers were stamped onto paper, vellum, and mulberry.  Carefully, fussy cut the flowers and gently bend the petals over your finger to create dimension.  Next, I used a needle and thread to cinch the center of the mulberry for more realistic petals.  Stamp a ballerina silhouette onto white card stock.  Then apply purple embossing powder, heat set, and carefully fussy cut the image.  Use a needle and thread to gather a piece of pink tulle to create the ballerina’s tutu.  Adhere pearl Dew Drops or clusters of three Dew Drops to create the center of the flowers.  Next, use a liquid adhesive to attach those super tiny micro beads.  Gently pour the micro beads over the wet adhesive.  Use a deep plastic storage box and place the project in it to help contain the runaway beads. (aka: tricky little escape artists)  Clean up is easier if you avoid using a cardboard box with flaps and crevices.  Layer the pattern papers and create a cluster of flower embellishments with one flower overlapping the top edge of the card.  Finally, adhere the dancer, embellish with glitter glue, and add a music note brad.

Other Supplies:
tools – heat gun, watermark ink pad, ink pads (lilac & pink), embossing powder (purple), needle & thread
liquid adhesive (Best Glue Ever – ScraPerfect)
paper – black pattern paper, music sheet paper, pink mulberry, vellum
stamps – flowers & dancer silhouette (The Artistic Stamper)
embellishments – micro beads, music note brad, pink glitter glue, washi tape, pink tulle



Thanks for visiting!
Come back soon!

How to make a Cowboy Hat Canvas with Dew Drops

Happy Saturday!  Can you believe it is November already?  Time to think about crafting gifts for the holidays if you haven’t already started.  My project for today is a cowboy hat canvas.  This simple project would make a wonderful gift for the cowboy, cowgirl or horse lover in you life.
Cowboy hat canvas  (this is the small 5 x 7 canvas, but they are available in lots of sizes)
IZINK Seth Apter Colors in Copper Buff and Gold Mine (both metallic)
Dew Drops
Liquid Adhesive
1.  Lay your blank canvas out on paper towels or in a spray box



2. Mist with inks.


3.  Add multiple layers of background inks and mists as you like.  Let dry completely.

4.  Adhere dew drops with liquid adhesive, and create diamond star.  Let dry completely.

Let your project completely dry and you have a wonderful quick gift to frame or add to a journal cover.
Hope you enjoyed this quick project!  Let me know what you think in the comments.
See you again soon!
~ Victoria

Dewdrops On CAS Slimline Card

Hello everyone!

Fairuz Fabiha here from Craftivation! Today I’ll be sharing with you a CAS (clean and simple) slimline card, where I’ve used blue dewdrops to embellish it.


1. I started of with a white slimline card base and black card panel.

2. Then I arranged some white die-cut flowers over the top left corner towards the top-middle.

3. I embellished the flowers by putting blue dewdrops at their centers.

4. Finally finished it off with a perfect sentiment “Bloom With Grace”.

Used Robin’s Nest Dewdrops-


Closeup photos-

Thank you so much for visiting the blog. I hope you enjoyed today’s project xx