How to Create a Quick and Easy Valentine Scrapbook Page

Hello and welcome! Shelly with you sharing a romantic layout with embellishment clusters, featuring Dew Drops.

 

What I used:

 

  • Original Dew Drops
  • Mini Dew Drops
  • Photo Play “Be Mine” Patterned Paper and Card Stock Stickers
  • Color Cast Designs Chunky Acrylic Hearts (white)
  • Cardstock Circles punch from calendar pages (XOXO & Pink Floral)

 

Make It:

 

  • I started with cardstock sticker frames and laid / layered them on my cardstock base.  Added striped cardstock on top with torn edge and then added my photos matted with white card stock
  • I slipped a cardstock sticker border under the torn edge of my patterned paper

 

 

 

  • Finished layout by creating (3) embellishment cluster focal points usingstickers, acrylic hearts, sequins and Dew Drops

 

 

Thanks for stopping by – have a creative week!

Shelly

 

 

How to Make Simple Cherry Embellishments

Hey There Everybody!

Happy New Year!…It’s Karen and I’m here to show you how to create simple (& cute) cherry embellishments with Dew Drops. It is so easy to add them to cards or scrapbook layouts. My little niece was wearing the cutest cherry dress which inspired me to develop her layout around this theme. I simply added Dew Drops over the design of the background pattern paper for a quick eye catching detail. The great thing is that even if you don’t have cherry paper, you can still form cherry clusters with Dew Drops and simply add the stem with a pen. Don’t forget, if you make your own cherry inspired project with Dew Drops please share it with us on The Robin’s Nest Fan Facebook Page.

TIPS: I suggest when you are planning a project, look at the patterns within the papers to see if any of the small designs can be accentuated with Dew Drops.  A quick money saving tip to stretch your supplies is to use the clear Dew Drops because they can be glued over any color background.
 

Directions:
1.  Assemble a border strip along the lower edge 3×12″ with coordinating paper. Add a 1″ strip along the bottom edge. Also, add a narrow .5″ scalloped strip along the top edge.

2. Carefully crop the faces from your photos by cutting your photos into circles using various size metal dies and a die cutting machine. (set them aside)

3. Cut out scalloped edge circles to matte each photo and adhere the photos to the center.

4. Adhere a cluster of 3 photos overlapping in the lower right corner.

5. Adhere the circular photos lightly overlapping.

6. Add chipboard accents and embellish the layout with faux cherries. Bring attention to the pattern in the background paper by attaching pink Dew Drops over the cherry designs and add green Tear Drops over the leaves.  Use clear drying liquid adhesive to attach the Dew Drops.
A Closer Look:

Other Supplies:
6 photos (4×5″)
liquid adhesive
pattern papers
circle & scallop circle metal dies
die cutting machine
navy blue card stock
border strips
chipboard embellishment
If you would like to see more of Karen’s wonderful creations,
visit her blog at Art & Soul.
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Enjoy your christmas at seashore

Hey crafty fellows!

It’s Nur Meharuma from Craft fable again!

This is 1st December and our favorite Christmas period! That’s why I have decided to make Christmas layout for you guys!

Let’s go for the process.

 

1. I have print out a digi image, colored it with water colors and did the fussy cut.
2. Spread glue in particular places of the fussy cut and used sand, moss paste to fill the parts.
3. I attached the shell Christmas tree cut out to a big white cardstock sheet.

4. Placed a blue net on the surface.

5. I have made a mixture paste with glue, wood grain, blue foam grain, sequins and applied the paste on my layout. It will give seashore effect.

6. Attached broken clay frame and seashells & starfish on paste.

7. Added blue dewdrops on layout.
Used Materials:
digi image cut out,
wood grain,
moss grain,
foam grain,
sequins,
blue net,
water color,
clay embellishments,
artificial sea creatures.

 

Let’s have a glimpse of close shots.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

So, that’s all for today! Enjoy your Christmas and celebrate creativity!

Let’s hope for the recovery of the world….

Stay home,

Stay safe.

CHEERS!

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!

Shelly

How to Make a Quick & Easy Layout of Life’s Funny Everyday Moments

Welcome! Shelly with you today, reminding you to record those silly, everyday moments!

And I am  sharing my every layout dynamic duo – Dew Drops and Sequins!  Dew Drops and sequins play off of each other with light, color and texture.  I love combining these 2 elements in groupings on all of my layouts.

What I used:

 

This layout is 8 x 8 with (3) 1″ Patterned paper strips overlapping on one edge
Cardstock stickers and Die Cut
Foam dimensional tape on all of the elements adds dimension and interest

What’s so funny?

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

 

How to Make a Frame with Dew Drops

Hi There,
It’s Karen here today… to share how I embellished a frame for a little boy’s scrapbook layout. I created the frame using Black Diamond Dew Drops placed in a row to highlight the featured pocket card.  I used Silver Dew Drops as faux brads so they appear to be attaching the ribbon flags and also to embellish the little car’s hubcaps.  Let’s take a look!

Other Supplies:  plaid paper, black card stock, twill ribbon, liquid adhesive, black ink pad,
black embossing powder, heat gun, rubber stamps (car theme)

 

Directions:
1. Matte 3 photos with coordinating card stock leaving a narrow border.

2.  Adhere a 4″ strip of brick background to the top of some ledger paper.  Add a 1″ border paper strip along the lower edge of the layout to make a street.

3.  Stamp and heat emboss some car themed embellishments with black embossing powder.

4. Select a 4×5″ pocket card and adhere the stamped edge to the top and bottom edge of the frame. Next, adhere black diamond Dew Drops in a line to form the edges of the frame.

5.  Arrange the photos and pocket card in an overlapping cluster and adhere.

6.  Cut 3 strips of ribbon and cut a notch out of one end to create a flag. Attach a cluster of 3 flags to the central photo. Carefully fussy cut some individual bricks and the stamped car image and adhere.


7.   Attach the bricks randomly on the background to create realistic dimension.

8. For the finishing touch, add Silver Dew Drops to appear as faux brads securing the ribbon flags, as well as, embellishing the little car’s hubcaps and along the top edge of the frame of the pocket card.

A Closer Look:

 

 

 

 

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If you would like to see more of Karen’s inspiring projects, stop by her blog Art & Soul.

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Dew Drops on a Scrapbook Layout

 Hello everyone!

Fairuz Fabiha here from Craftivation! Today I’ll be sharing with you a simple scrapbook layout, where I’ve used Robin’s Nest Dewdrops to embellish it.

Process-

1. I started with a 12*12 white page as the base of the layout and layered one of its side with a black pattern paper.

2. Added embossed and stenciled textures.

3. Decorated the layout with floral elements, chipboards, and photo.

4. Embellished the layout with some dewdrops.

Used Robin’s Nest Dewdrops-

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Hope you enjoyed today’s project. Thank you so much for visiting the blog! xx

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 squares
3) And even smaller squares
4) I glued roads, cars and wishes.
I left a space for a photo of the birthday boy on one of the walls.
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 Create Yummy Recipe Scrapbook Pages

Hello and welcome to the blog.  Shelly with you today sharing another of my recipe layouts for my cookbook scrapbook of family faves.

 

Gather:

  • Original Dew Drops
  • Mini Dew Drops
  • Photo Play “We are Family” Paper Collection with Die Cuts and Cardstock Stickers
  • American Craft Thickers Alpha Stickers
  • Chunky Acrylic Confetti – Color Cast Designs
  • Best Glue Ever
  • Optional:  Machine Stitching

Make it:

 

  • My base measures 8 x 8
  • White Cardstock is trimmed just 1/2″ smaller
  • Journaling is 4 x 4 and was created using the Rhonna Ferrar app on my phone and printed with my Selphy (this is a great way to journal when you are at crops and retreats)  Mat journaling

 

My favorite way to use Dew Drops on my scrapbook layouts is tone on tone for subtle dimension

 

Dew Drops play well with other tiny embellishments when making embellie clusters!

 

and for those who are interested in the recipe…….

 

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

 

Shelly

 

How to Make Simple Minnie Mouse Embellishments with Dew Drops

Hello Crafty Ladies,
Make your own unique Disney inspired embellishments with Black Dew Drops. Two small round above a large Dew Drop is a simple way to make the iconic Mickey/Minnie Mouse silhouette that is instantly recognizable. This is an economical way to add Disney charm to your layouts without the expense of buying costly stickers or die cut embellishments.

 

Supplies:
Directions:
1.  Adhere a piece of scalloped edge white card stock to a piece of black 12×12″ card stock.

TIP: You may notice that I removed a large bit of paper from the center of the scalloped sheet. It happened to be a double sided paper with a pretty pattern and since that area would be covered up, I could remove it and stretch my supplies further. Next, I carefully marked the area lightly with a pencil which could be removed. Then I used a craft knife to rescue that section of paper for use in a future project.

2. Cut a sheet of polka dot paper 10×10″. Next, create a frame by applying black glitter Washi Tape half overlapping the edge and then fold the remaining half to the back.  Repeat on all four sides or for an alternative, simply matte the polka dot paper with black glitter card stock leaving a narrow edge.
 

3. Crop the photos and then matte the main focal photo with coordinating card stock. Attach the two photos clustered together near the right lower edge.

4. Carefully trim around, the remaining head-shots. Adhere them to the layout. By tucking them behind other photos, it appears that the subject is peeking out.

TIP:  When you select a photo to fussy cut find an image with the least amount of fine details.
To prevent undue frustration, avoid profiles and those photos with intricate strands of hair.
My subject was wearing a hood which made it an ideal choice since there was no detailed hair
or delicate ears to carefully trim around.

5. Cut 3 circles (1.5″ & 3″) from black card stock and adhere them together to create a simple mouse silhouette. Add the subject’s initial letter to the center of the embellishment. Next, create 3 bows by using a needle and thread to gather a piece of tulle. Cinch it securely to form a small bow and adhere a gem to the center.

6. Attach some black Dew Drops to a sheet of glue dots. Assemble the tiny mouse silhouette using 1 large round and 2 small round Dew Drops. Adhere them to the layout randomly at slight varying angles to create a confetti like appearance.

TIP: To avoid disappointment, practice the placement of the Dew Drops before applying the glue dots. Also, take a photo of the layout so that you can refer to it when gluing the Dew Drops into the mouse head formation.

7. Add 3 additional medium circle embellishments to complete the layout.

A Look at the Details…

Other Supplies:
4 photos (4×6″)
pattern paper / scallop edge paper /card stock (black & white)
black glitter card stock, circle punch, chipboard alphabet
pink tulle, needle & thread
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If you would like to see more of Karen’s cute & inspiring projects,
stop by her blog Art & Soul.