Create a Dew Drop Idea for Fall

 Hello all,

Lori here, with a new Dew Drop project for fall.  I found a wood shaped Owl at the Dollar Store and thought it would make for a great Dew Drop Project.  Check out the step by steps below for all the details.

The Robin’s Nest Products:

Black/White/Silver Dew Drops

Fall Foliage Tear Drops

Large Clear Dew Drops

Classified Mini Dew Drops

Other Supplies:

Deco Art Americana Acrylic Paint

Deco Art Clear Matte Varnish

Collage Materials

Wood Shaped Owl

Faber Castell Artist PITT pens


1) Adhere collage materials to wood shaped owl.

2) Trim off excess collage materials.

3) Apply light coat of white gesso.

4) Add color to collage with Acrylic Paint.

5) Paint eye area with black acrylic paint.

6) Adhere Black (Black/White/Silver) Dew Drops and Black (Classified) Mini-Dew Drops to eye space.

7) Adhere Orange (Fall Foliage) Tear Drops to nose area.

8) Adhere Large Clear Dew Drops to eye area.

9) Add Brown (Fall Foliage) Tear Dew Drops to the talons

10) Apply paint splatters with acrylic paint.

11) Add Brown (Fall Foliage) Tear Drop to ears of Owl.

12) Add shading to Owl with Artist PITT pens.


Lori Warren

A Fish In the Sea

Hello Crafters!

My project today was fun and messy, I love the vibrant colors of the background pour and the dew drops add the bling.

My PC is down, so I’m posting from my phone for the first time 🙂



Dew drops

Acrylic paint, 12X12″ Canvas, Alcohol markers, spray sealant.


1. Create an acrylic pour on 12×12 canvas with multiple colors and pouring medium.

2. Paint a fish on the background with acrylic paints, metallic paints and alcohol markers.

3. Glue Dew Drops for the bubbles.

4. Spray with sealant.

I hope you’re crafting today!

Explore the blog for more awesome projects using the magical and versatile Dew Drops by Robin’s Nest.

Until next time, craft on!


Sparkly DIamond Candle Holder

Hello, on the blog with Robin’s Nest dew drops and a beautiful candle holder!  I love using dew drops for all kinds of home decor projects.

Supplies used –
Art Glitter Glue
This project looks like it takes a long time to finish but in reality, I was probably about 1/2 an hour. It took the longest time to line up the red dew drops along the bottom and then from there adding the rest of the colors went pretty fast.
To start with, I lined up about 5 of the red dew drops then added a few of the orange ones this helped with keeping them straight. I also made sure to set the candle down on the table for adjustment.
I laid out my dew drops in rainbow colors and then started to glue then in place, completely covering the candle.



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EASY Decor with Dew Drops and Epoxy

Hello Crafters!
I’m a bit giddy about this project, it was an “experiment” that actually worked. SUPER EASY, TOO!
I mentioned in my previous Robin’s Nest Design Team post of Aug 10, 2020 that I’ve been playing around with epoxy.  I wasn’t quite sure how the Dew Drops were going to behave in the thick liquid, but they performed like a Champion!

Dew Drops by Robin’s Nest
2 part clear epoxy medium
silicone mold
Art glitter

1. Select a silicone mold shape.
2. Pour a nice bouquet of colors and shapes of Dew Drops into the mold. (The more, the better!)
I used green, purple, aqua, and yellow.
3. Mix epoxy medium according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Add glitter that compliments the color choices of the Dew Drops. (I used purple and gold glitter).
4. Pour the epoxy mixture into the mold. Fill the mold, completely to the top.
5. Let set overnight.
6. Remove the hardened epoxy shape from the mold, gently.  VIOLA!

So easy, yet gorgeous!  I might be going on a pouring frenzy.  I hope you’re inspired to pull out your dusty silicone molds and give it a try, too!

Thanks for stopping by the blog!
Craft on,

Create Mixed Media on Wood Round with Metallic Dew Drops

Hello all,

Lori here, with a fun mixed media project is celebration of summer.  Vibrant flowers, cute bicycle, and shiny Metallic Dew Drops (on wood round) create a perfect piece for your summertime home decor.  Be sure to get out the step by steps shown in the Quick Tips Mixed Media Video below.

Robins Nest Supplies:

Metallic Teal dew drops

Metallic Silver dew drops

Metallic Red dew drops


Other materials:

Wood round

DecoArt Duraclear Matte Varnish

DecoArt Americana Acrylics – Lamp (ebony) Black

DecoArt Americana Drying Time Extender Medium

DecoArt America Premium Black Gesso

Imagine Fireworks! spray – Lilac Poises, Summer Sky, Angel Pink

Imagine Sheer Shimmer Spritz – Rose Gold

Rub n’ Buff Metallic Wax Finish – Spanish Copper

Memory Hardware – Trianon Patina

Little Birdie – Flowers

Prima – Flowers, stickers

Faber Castelle Artist Pitt Pen – Silver

Quick Tips Mixed Media Video

I hope you enjoyed this project and will use Metallic Dew Drops to add a bit of bling to your next project!
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.

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!




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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Altered Embroidery Hoop by Zerin

Hello Crafty bees !
It’s Zerin here to share an “altered embroidery hoop” today.
This is my first project as a new DT member.
I’m truly obsessed with these dewdrops!
I’m loving using these & It gives a unique look to any project.
Altered Embroidery Hoop
Click here to watch the step by step tutorial👇
Closeup photos👇
I’ve used👇
Coral Diamond dewdrops
Beach party Dewdrops
Mardi Grass dewdrops
Hope you guys liked the project!
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Altered Canvas with Dew Drops By Diana Soling

Hi everyone! Diana here to share an owl canvas framed project today.  This is my first project as a new design team member and I’m loving using these dew drops!
Acrylic Paint (green, orange, yellow, white)
Antique Linen distress spray
I started with the plain owl canvas and started adding the acrylic paint one color at a time with lightly blending them together as I went. Once I had the colors the way I liked I took a black sharpie and drew over the original owl shape  so it would stand out better.
I then started adding the chocolate dew drops with some liquid glue. I like using this type of glue as it really helps the drops adhere well. Once I had the whole owl covered I used the distress stain and sprayed it lightly to create a little bit of brown.
I then decided he needed something to stand on so he didn’t look like he was just floating in space. I had drew the tree branch and then using my foam blender I added the two different distress colors.
This is how he looks with the branch. It totally grounds him and makes it look like an evening sky behind him.

Create a little lantern adorned with Dew Drops

Hello all,

Lori here, with an adorable little lantern to brighten up any outdoor patio or indoor space.  It’s a quick, easy, and super fun project to create. The cool thing about this project is that you can use what ever mixture of color, size and shape of Dew Drops that you like.  Check out the Mixed Media Quick tips video below for the step by steps.  Let’s go Summer!

Robins Nest Products:





Other Materials:

  • Resin (UV light cure)
  • Small jar with lid
  • Mini String of battery operated lights
  • 3-in-1 Glue
  • Wire

Quick Tips Mixed Media Video


Thank you for stopping by the blog and checking out this project.  I hope you will give it a try and light up your summer a bit!

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.