Lori here, with a quick and easy mixed media project using a wood banner plaque, metallic paint and (of course) Dew Drops. I love the way Dew Drops instantly add another layer of dimension to my mixed media projects! Check out the Quick Tips Mixed Media Video below for the step by steps!
The Robins Nest Supplies:
Wood Banner Plaque
TCW Light & Fluffy Modeling Paste
Stampers Anonymous – Tim Holtz Collection Stencil, THMS075
DecoArt Black Gesso
DecoArt Dazzling Metallics – Festive Green, Amethyst, Purple Pearl, Ice Blue
DecoArt DuraClear Galaxy Varnish
Beacon – 3-in-1 Advanced Craft Glue
Quick Tips Mixed Media Video
I hope you enjoyed this Quick Tips Mixed Media demo and will try using Dew Drops (for that added dimension) on your next mixed media project.
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Spring is in the air and I am so looking forward to warmer weather, how about you? That is what inspired me to create the project below; a Mini Mixed Media canvas full of color, texture, and embellished with bright yellow Dew Drops. I hope that this cheery canvas will truly brighten your day.
Materials that we are going to use:
fieltro, sisal, dewdrops, teardrops, cartulina con brillantina, pistola de silicona.
felt, sisal, dewdrops, teardrops, cardboard with glitter, silicone gun.
En la nueva tienda on line de Dew drop love encontraremos:
I hope you like it!
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!
coil thread, dewdrops, die cuts, toes, silicone gun, gesso, distress ink, metal ornaments.
Aplicamos gesso clear en toda la bobina, para que luego se adhieran todos los materiales.
We apply clear gesso throughout the coil, so that all materials are then adhered.
Comenzamos a cubrir la bobina con los materiales seleccionados.
Vamos añadiendo según nuestro gusto, creando volumen y 3D, intercalando todos los materiales elegidos, incluídos nuestros bonitos dewdrops.
We add according to our taste, creating volume and 3D, interspersing the chosen materials, including our beautiful dewdrops.
Reason #589 Why I love Dew Drops……
Combining shapes and sizes to create your own one-of-kind mosaic art!
Hello and welcome! Shelly with you today sharing a quick and easy card using all of the different shapes and sizes of Dew Drops to create a one-of-a-kind Christmas Tree mosaic.
This stylized Christmas tree uses all of the different Dew Drops:
Thanks for stopping by the blog today – – have a creative week!
I love, love, love Christmas crafts! It’s the whole process of listening to cheerful holiday music while crafting with others and creating beautiful things. It’s just so much fun. This is my first ornament of the year! It’s a simple paper mache ornament that I have painted and embellished with dew drops. For the step by steps, check out the Quick Tips Mixed Media Video below.
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