Se acercan las fiestas de Pascua y nos ponemos como locos a buscar huevos. Os gustaría encontrar uno como éste?
The Easter festivities are coming up and we’re crazy to look for eggs. Would you like to find one like this?
Materials that we are going to use:
dewdrops, huevo porespan, cintas, rejilla fontanero, flores, papel arroz, pegamento decoupage, pistola silicona.
dewdrops, porespan egg, ribbons, plumber grid, flowers, rice paper, decoupage glue, silicone gun.
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Espero que os guste!!.
I hope you like it!
Recortamos el papel de arroz y lo encolamos al huevo.
We cut the rice paper and glue it to the egg.
Le añadimos la rejilla, la cinta, la flor…
We add the grid, the ribbon, the flower…
Y los dewdrops, tanto arriba donde colocamos el colgador, como abajo entre la cinta enrollada.
And the dewdrops, both up where we place the hanger, and down between the rolled tape.
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.
Welcome to another blogpost! Today I am sharing with you a coaster I made with Dew Drops and Resin. Of course I used a few other embellishments to bring to all together.
- Water Dew Drops
- Silicone Mold
- Starfish embellishment
- Gold glitter
Had an enjoyable time making this butterfly shaped magnet. It’s a quick and easy project that even the kids can do. Check out the step by step instructions below.
The Robin’s Nest
- Black, White, Silver Dew Drops – multiple shapes and sized
- Lavender Dew Drops – multiple shapes and sized
- Blue Dew Drops – multiple shapes and sized
- Lemonade Dew Drops – multiple shapes and sized
- Kelly Green Dew Drops – multiple shapes and sized
- Paper Accents – Chipoard Shapes, Butterfly
- DecoArt Dazzling Metallics – White Pearl
- Deco Art Americana Premium -White Gesso
- Thin gauge wire
1) Start with a butterfly shaped chipboard.
2) Pain chipboard butterfly with white gesso. Allow to dry.
3) Paint chipboard butterfly with Metallic Pearl White paint.
4) Adhere Black Dew Drops around edges of butterfly.
5) Adhere Pearl White Dew Drops to center of butterfly.
4) Adhere various colors and sizes of dew drops to center.
5) Shape thin wire around paint brush to create antennae.
6) Adhere wire and magnet to back of butterfly.
Hope you enjoyed this project and will try it out for yourself. You could make with a variety of chipboard shapes and they would make great gifts.
COMPANIES THAT I AM AFFILIATED WITH AND/OR DESIGN FOR MAY HAVE PROVIDED ME WITH SOME PRODUCT TO CREATE THIS PROJECT. THE OPINIONS I SHARE ARE SOLELY MY OWN.
1. Cut a piece of pattern paper 1.5×5″
3. Use a dotty embossing folder to add texture to the lower half of a green card base. Adhere the paper with shamrocks to the top section of the card.
4. Use liquid glue to adhere round green Dew Drops to the center of small flowers.
5. Attach a row of flowers along the top and lower edge of the rectangle.
My first project this month is a Valentine Ornament that could be used as a card or tag for that someone special.
I have to apologize for the white doily below, I used a heart but took a picture of a round doily. You know how you get in the zone when creating, I do that often then forget to take pictures, so I sometimes have to go back and try to recreate what I used and I only had one white heart doily!
Hello, welcome to another blog post! With Valentine’s Day in the air, I decided to make a heart that can be used as an ornament or an embellishment. It is made with Delight clay that is so light that this could even be used on a card! Isn’t that beautiful!
It is a very easy project and great to do with the kids. You only need a few supplies which I have listed below.
Please follow along in the video below:
It’s hard to believe it’s time to begin thinking about what to do for Valentine’s Day. I have a wonderful idea, that requires a little planning and a bit of patience to execute, to share with you today. This project will take and hour to prepare and 24 hours to complete.
Dew Drops, I particularly love how the mix of black white and red came out
Prima extra fine glitter
Heart shaped mold – I selected one from Wilton brand
Plastic cups with graded measurements 8oz disposable plastic cups for paint and epoxy mixing
Wooden mixing sticks
Art n’ Glow Clear Casting and Coating Epoxy Resin – 16 ounce kit
Reynolds non-stick foil
Torch or heat gun
1. Prepare everything you need on your work table. I recommend covering your table with butcher paper in case of spills. The epoxy hardens everywhere!
2. In separate cups put equal amounts of epoxy resin and hardener. I used six ounces of each.
3. Mix resin and hardener as directed with a wooden mixing stick in a third plastic cup. Once the resin is thoroughly mixed you will have about 40 minutes to work with it before it begins hardening.
4. Pour resin mixture into prepared forms
5. Add dew drops in your favorite color and add glitter as desired.
6. Heat with torch or heat gun to remove bubbles
7. Cover with foil and leave to dry in a flat place for 24 hours, this allows the resin to cure and harden. After 24 hours you can unmold your hearts! If you wish you can add rub ons on the back in your favorite words, or just keep them plain and display them!
Hope you have a great time making this little token of Valentine love!