- Distress Oxides in Broken China, Picked Raspberry and Scattered Straw
- a spray bottle with water
- a rubber stamp (the one I used is from a Visible Image stamp set)
- Adirondak Denim Ink
- Dew Drops – Piano Tear Drops
- embellishment glue
- makeup sponge.
Hello, Kelly on the blog today with an Inspiration Banner made from lots of scraps and many colors of dew drops!
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Hi everyone, I have a really cute project for you today that is so easy to make. You will need some butterfly die-cuts or store-bought embellishments and a few other supplies. A complete list of items used is below.
I used the Dew Drops to embellish the butterfly bodies. Isn’t that beautiful? I have a tutorial below with all the steps to make this beautiful tag.
Apply the Distress Oxide covering the entire tag. Blend as you go along.
Give it a light spritz of water. Allow it to dry.
Arrange your butterfly embellishments and stick down with glue.
Add the Dew Drops on the butterfly bodies. Stick down with embellishment glue.
Add your ribbon or yarn and you are all done!
Hello, I hope you are keeping safe and making use of your time at home. To help keep you busy I have a cute tutorial for you using Dew Drops of course!
You need a few supplies:
2. Add dimensional paste with a spatula, think frosting.
3. Add acrylic paint and dry between each layer. I used yellow, orange and red. I used colors that I had on hand. And then I painted stems with green.
These are the colors I used from my stash, since I can’t go to the craft store for new colors!
4. Once dry, add mini dew drops and dew drops to give additional dimension.
5. Add final embellishments – I added red ribbons and a dashed line with black pen to ground the stems.
Have a wonderful National Scrapbooking Day and think about tag tuck ins for your journaling spots, behind photos or flipping open these add wonderful dimension to your projects.
In two weeks I will have a new canvas project for you!
Hello, welcome to another tutorial. Today I am sharing with you a simple yet gorgeous tag embellished with Dew Drops
The supplies I used are:
Happy Saturday! Let’s create a mixed media tag using just a few items that I had on hand.
#5 Manila tag
Brusho Colours – I used turquois, scarlet, ultramarine, and purple
Mini water spritzer
Shimmerz Dazzlerz in Foiled Again
Stencil with various size circles
Dew Drops in lovely shades of blue (You need to get your favorite colors in a variety of shapes)
Tim Holtz Ideology Paper Dolls
A pen and straight edge
Rub on sentiment
Liquid adhesive and dimensional tape
1. Spritz your manila tag with water and sprinkle with your desired colours of Brusho watercolour crystals. Let dry.
2. Add dimensional texture paste (dazzlerz) through the stencil in the upper left corner and on the right side. Let dry completely.
3. Add the rub on. Notice if you look closely there was a tiny problem with adherence of the letters in two tiny spots. I filled that in with a black pen. Shhhhh! Don’t tell.
4. Add the paper dolls with dimensional tape.
6. Adhere dew drops as is pleasing to you for accents with liquid adhesive. Let dry and share your photo with us on our Facebook page!
Here is how they were created –
1. cut the tag from watercolor paper
2. using distress oxide ink, do some smooching on the tags, let dry
3. here are the finished tags
4. print and color the images along with the sentiments glue to the tags, punch a hole in the top of the tag and add some fibers and the dew drops, add glossy accents to the eyes to make them shine
Head over to Chattering Robins blog and check out all of the awesome designs using dew drops!
Hello Crafty People!
Fairuz Fabiha here from Craftivation. Today I’ll be sharing with you a very simple and easy way to use the lovely, bright and colorful dewdrops from the Robin’s Nest in your projects. I’ll be showing you how I embellished my bookmark using these dewdrops!
1. At first I took a white paper as the base of the the bookmark.
2. I punched a hole and tied a ribbon at the top.
3. Then I started assembling the dewdrops in blue and orange one by one into a mandala design.
4. Finally I outlined the border of the bookmark with a blue marker to highlight the center design more. That’s it!
Closeup photos –
Used Robin’s Nest Dewdrops-
See you next time for another fun project with Dew Drops! Have a creative week!
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