Create a Butterfly Shaped Magnet

Hello all,

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

Other Materials:

  • Paper Accents – Chipoard Shapes, Butterfly
  • DecoArt Dazzling Metallics – White Pearl
  • Deco Art Americana Premium -White Gesso
  • Thin gauge wire
  • Magnet




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.

7) Done!

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.

Happy day!



How to Make a Quick Shamrock Card

Hi Gals, it’s Karen here today. If you need the luck of the Irish, then follow along and I will show you how to make the cutest little shamrocks. I made a card with them but once you see how simple it is, then you can embellish anything for St. Patrick’s Day. All you need are green Tear Drops!



1.  Cut a piece of pattern paper 1.5×5″

2.  Create 3 shamrocks with green tear drops.  To form a shamrock, first draw the stem with a green marker.  Then adhere 3 green tear drops to form the leaves.  Attach 3 shamrocks in a row on the patterned paper and set aside to dry.

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.

Other Supplies:

  • dotty embossing folder
  • small flowers
  • green marker
  • patterned paper
  • green card base
  • liquid adhesive
Thanks for visiting. Come back soon!
If you would like to see more of Karen’s fun projects, stop by her blog Art & Soul.

How to Make Card Box

Hello Crafty Friends 🙂
Monika here.
Recently, I showed you a wedding anniversary card.
Today I will show you a box that I created for the set.
A few photos for details.
The order of work in the card:
1)  Glue the background to the base box.
2) I added two layers of rectangular paper on the distance cubes.
3) I added a flower and leaves.
4) Complete the whole with dew drops.
5) At the end I glued the sides of the box.
Box 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

Lovely Hearts Ornament

Hello, today I am on the blog with Robin’s Nest Designs using Dew Drops. I love the dew drops, they are so fun to use and I seem to be embellishing everything with them!

My first project this month is a Valentine Ornament that could be used as a card or tag for that someone special.

I used an image from Gecko Galz, white heart doily, a red doily, a burlap heart, kraft paper, red and white twine, and Love Birds Tear Drops.

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!

I cut out my image then inked the edges with Distress Ink Vintage Photo, set it aside.
Then layer the red doily over the white one and glue, lay the burlap heart over the red/white doilies and glue down.
I then added the image to the center. I then laid this layered piece over the kraft paper and cut it along the edge following the heart shape. I then punched a hole in the top and strung it with the twine.
When everything was dry, I then add the red tear-shaped dew drops around the edge.
Your ornament/tag/card is now ready for giving! Be sure to stop back by for more art. XOXO Kelly

A Dew Drop Heart

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.


Supplies needed:

Golden Berry Dew Drops
Delight Clay™
heart-shaped cookie cutter
Apple Barrel Acrylic – Flag Red
Mod Podge Gloss
red Glitter
embellishment glue

Please follow along in the video below:

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!


Give Them a Permanent Conversation Heart with Dew Drops

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!

~ Victoria

Altered Mini Pots decorated with Dew Drops

Hola saleros@s!!

Hello “saleros@s”!!

Tenemos macetas viejas por ahí?, vamos a darles una nueva vida decorándolas!!

let’s put old pots out there?, let’s give them a new life by decorating them!!


Materiales que vamos a utilizar :

Materials that we are going to use:
maceteros, cuerda, dewdrops, teardrops, pistola de silicona, retales de tela, sello, tinta

pots, rope, dewdrops, teardrops, silicone gun, fabric remnants, stamp, ink


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!
Aplicamos silicona caliente con la pistola, y vamos pegando los dewdrops alrededor.

We apply hot silicone with the gun, and we stick the dewdrops around.

Añadimos un trozo de tela y un lazo de cuerda.

Add a piece of fabric and a rope bow.

Para el segundo, utilizamos la técnica del decopatch.
For the second, we use the decopatch technique.
Para el tercero, enrollamos nuestra cuerda alrededor y añadimos un lazo con dewdrops.
 For the third, we roll our rope around and add a loop with dewdrops.
Y para el último, aplicamos pasta de textura, y una vez seca, le aplicamos un sello y lo decoramos con dewdrops. Terminamos enrollando cuerda alrededor y un lazo.
And for the last one, we apply texture paste, and once it dries, we apply a seal and decorate it with dewdrops. We ended up wrapping rope around and a bow.
 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!.

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

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!