How to Decorate the Beautiful Flower Girl Canvas to Welcome Spring!

It’s almost time to welcome spring and what better way to do it than with creating a new canvas from the Creative Dew Drop Canvases Line?  I chose the Flower Girl Canvas just for a fun project.
Copic Markers – choose you favorite colors
Black Pitt Pen
Liquid Adhesive
Dew Drops  Beach Party (lavender diamond dew drops), Purple Mini Dew DropsPurple Hair Dew Drops and Lullaby Tear Drops
1.  Select your canvas and color with alcohol ink based markers




2.  Adhere Dew Drops with Liquid Adhesive, taking your time and letting each section dry thoroughly.  Make sure whatever adhesive you use dries clear.


3.  Once dry, you’ll want to trim your finished canvas.  Enjoy your finished canvas!  Personally I think this would look great on the back of a denim jacket!


Thanks for popping in today to see this project!  Let us know in the comments what type of projects you would like to see more of.  Don’t forget to join us over on Facebook at: The Crafty Nest  and be sure to follow us on Instagram to see all of the latest ideas with Dew Drops!
See you again very soon!
~ Victoria

How to Create a Last Minute Hostess Gift Canvas with Dew Drops


The holidays are here!  Do you need a last minute gift?  I love to have gifts on hand, just in case!


Acrylic Paint

Gelli Plate


Stencil – SC-02-2015 Dube

Canvas – Artsy Ornament



Dew Drops – kelly green and metallic teal


1.  Bray chosen colors in thin layers onto your gel plate and transfer to canvas.

2.  Bray alpine green onto gel plate and add stencil to gel plate.  Rub over stencil to transfer pattern to canvas.


3.  Let dry thoroughly.

4.  Add Drops in Green and Metallic colors.  Let dry.


5.  Either frame your canvas, sew it to a tote or add to a wine bottle bag and give as a host/hostess gift.

Have a blessed holiday season.

~ Victoria

Merry Christmas with dewdrops

Hello good people!

What’s up!

It’s Meharuma again from Craft fable.

Today I have made a Christmas project using Artsy dewdrop pine tree


Here is the tutorial:


Used materials:
Mardi Gras dewdrops


Fuscia mini dewdrops




Razzleberry dewdrops

Ruby red diamond dewdrops

Robins red dewdrops


Jade Diamond dewdrops

Kelly Green dewdrops


Lemonade dewdrops

Olive mini dewdrops

Close shots:






That’s all for today.
This was my last project with Robin’s nest.
Wish you all a great Christmas!
Have a Blast!

Holiday Mixed Media with Creative Dew Drop Canvas

Hello all,

Have you seen the wonderful selection of Creative Dew Drop Canvases?  They are super fun to work with, check out this Mixed Media project using the Artsy Dew Drop Pine Tree.

The Robins Nest Products:


Other Supplies:
  • Walnut Hallow – Rectangle Basswood Panel 6″ x 8″
  • Liquitex – Clear Gesso
  • DecoArt Americana Acrylic Paint – Espresso
  • DecoArt Vintage Effect Wash – Grey
  • DecoArt DuraClear – Matte Varnish
  • TCW Heavy Body Acrylic Paint – Spun Sugar
  • Ranger Archival Ink – Jet Black
  • Hampton Art Cling Stamps
  • Tim Holtz Idea-ology – Christmas Words Adornments, Decorative Deer Findings
  • Martha Stewart Crafts – Coarse Glitter
  • Uni-ball Signo – White
  • Faber-Castell PITT Artist Pen – Leaf Green
  • Christmas Twine
  • Sticks
  • Small Glass Drawer pull
  • Tacks
  • Tissue Paper
Mixed Media Quicks Tips Video
I hope you enjoyed this project and will give the Creative Dew Drop Canvases a try.  They are a great fit for mixed media projects.
Happy day!

Artsy peaceful Idea canvas painting


Hello crafty buddies!

Srabonti Sandha from Tale of quilling here…

I have decided to paint the ” Artsy Peaceful idea canvas” for my new creative design. This canvas is really a interesting one. So why waste time!! let’s get going!!

Transformation video:

Materials you need:

Step by step process:

1. Firstly place the canvas on your desk.
2. Put masking tape on it as you like. And then paint this with your desired acrylic colors.
3. Color the flower shape inside the bulb shape. Then for the final touch, add some of the dewdrops with the help of glue.
Now, look how pretty the canvas just turned out!
That’s all for today, take my love…
Thank you!!  🥰

Christmas Tree Banner

Hello! On the blog with Robin’s Nest dew drops creating a Christmas Tree Banner for the holidays. The holidays are fast approaching and it is fun to make gifts and decorations for family and friends.

Supplies used –
Spray ink in olive green
I took the canvas and sprayed it with the Shimmering Bliss olive green spray ink, let this dry completely before you do anything with it. Then fold over the top edge to create a pocket for the string to hang the banner.
Place the string in the crease and add some glue, then staple the top edge.  Then add the red diamond dew drop to the top of the tree and randomly add the white dew drops to decorate the tree. The banner is now ready to hang.
Check out more of my work at the following links

Whimsical Fall Canvas

Hello Crafty People!

I’m so sad that summer is coming to a close, but the colors of fall in Maine are astounding. I was able to enjoy the foliage a bit recently while driving to a meeting a loooong way away from home.

Today’s project is a small canvas reminder of the vibrant colors of the season.

Dew Drops by Robin’s Nest

6×6 Canvas, acrylic paints (multiple shades of orange, blue, green and brown)
Adhesive and gold pigment spritz, sealer

1. Paint the background of the 6×6 canvas with acrylic paints, let dry.
2. Paint the bare trees.
3. Glue due drops into place.
4. Spritz the project with metallic gold spritzer. Let dry.
5. Seal with any spray sealant in the finish of your choice.  I like Satin or glossy.
The gold spritz looks amazing over everything  and brings it all together. I love how it beaded up on top of the dew drops!
Thanks for stopping by the blog today, please jump around and see a few other fabulous projects for inspiration and the versatility of Dew Drops by Robin’s Nest.
Craft on!

DREAM – Mixed Media Canvas

Hello fellow crafters!
I’m excited about today’s project, it’s jammed packed full of techniques and many different mediums.

Hyacinth Dew Drops – Robin’s Nest
11X14 Canvas
PrismaColor Watercolor pencils, multiple blues and purples
USArtQuest metallic watercolors (blue and lavender)
Copper and Purple glitter glue (stickles) – Ranger Ink
Copper skeleton leaves
Epoxy and silicone mold (alphabet)
purple, blue and copper glitter
Flourish rubber stamps – Stampin Up!
Clear pigment pad for embossing, embossing pen
Electric blue and purple Ultra Thick Embossing Powder – Ranger Ink
Clear spray sealer, matte and glossy
Various adhesives (craft glue, Mod Podge, E-6000)
1. Draw a dream catcher without feathers, (or find one of many on-line). Mine was done on white paper first, then traced on to the canvas.
     a. Drafting and quilting tools can be a tremendous help when drawing or designing. These are ALVIN brand (Germany).  The half circle template is a quilting tool by EZQuilt (Massachusetts, USA). Sometimes, a ruler doesn’t hurt either :o)

b. I tried taping the paper pattern behind the canvas, but it didn’t last long so I held it as I traced.
c. *** Use an ink pen or sharpie, so your design won’t run.

2. Randomly scribble watercolor pencil in horizontal patches of various blues and purples until the background is mostly covered.

3. Using a 3/4″ to 1″ wide artist brush and water, blend watercolor pencil.
4. Accent some areas with metallic watercolors. Let dry completely, then spray with matte sealer. 
5. Place dew drops where desired and adhere. The center has 6 brown diamond shaped drops.
6. Apply the glitter glue. Rim is copper, the rest is purple. Let dry completely.
7. Use Mod Podge to decoupage the skeleton leaves in place.
8. Stamp flourishes around edges with clear pigment for embossing. *If the canvas is on a frame, slide a sturdy piece of chipboard underneath the frame from behind to create a level stamping surface.

9. Mix purple and blue UTEE or embossing powder together, apply to pigment, dump off excess and heat emboss.

(1) Before heat embossing the stamped/powdered images, check for strays or over stamped areas. It can be touched up easily by removing unwanted areas with a tiny artist brush. Don’t expect perfection, sometimes the powder moves when you point the heat gun at it :o)
(2) UTEE has larger granules than regular EP, sometimes the finer lines don’t stick. These can be touched up after the first heat set with an embossing pen and more UTEE, heat set again.

10. You can use any lettering technique you love. I recently bought some new toys and wanted to play with epoxy and silicone molds.  (Entire alphabet is on one sheet/mold.)  Mix epoxy per manufacturers instructions, add glitter (purple, blue and copper). Pour into mold and set until firm. (overnight, to be sure)

11. Pop the alphabet out of the mold and adhere to the canvas with E-6000 adhesive.

12. Seal the entire project with glossy spray sealer.

If you ever have any questions about my projects or techniques, or need clarification, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I’m always happy to help!
Have a fabulous week, Craft on!


Mix Media Canvas

Hello Everyone, Sadia is here. Today I am going to show you how to make a mix media canvas using Dew Drops from Robin’s Nest.

Here is the canvas that is I am going to make:
Products that I used:
3. Acrylic Paint
4. Colored Pen
5. Art paper
6. Jute rope
7. Jute Canvas
8. Plastic Flower
Step by step working procedure:
1. At first I colored the jute canvas with some acrylic paint and attached the rope using glue on it.
2. Then I attached some plastic flower on a side of the rope. And this looks like the following:
3. Then I took a piece of art paper which was shaped accordingly.
4. Then I decorated the art paper with color, colored pen and dew drops from Robin’s Nest.
I hope you guys liked this one. To try out this idea you can have your Dew Drops collected from The Robin’s Nest.

Pretty Ballerina with Dew Drops by Angie Scrapchild

Hola saleros@s!!

Hello “saleros@s”!!

Materiales que vamos a utilizar :

Materials that we are going to use:
lienzo, dewdrops, tear drops, tul, pistola de silicona, rotulador negro, stencils, gell plate, sellos.
canvas, dewdrops, tear drops, tulle, silicone gun, black pen, stencils, gell plate, stamps.

En la nueva tienda on line de Dew drop love encontraremos:

The Robin´s Nest on line store will find:
Cherry chocolate Dew Drops
Christmas Dew Drops
Artsy Ballet

Espero que os guste!!. 

I hope you like it!


Vamos con el paso a paso!
Come on with step by step!


Iniciamos manchando la gell plate con pintura de dos colores, la extendemos con el rodillo, añadimos el stencil y lo aplicamos sobre el canvas. Recordad que podéis hacerlo a mano usando los mismos elementos.
We start by staining the gell plate with two-color paint, extend it with the roller, add the stencil and apply it to the canvas. Remember that you can do it by hand using the same elements.


Hacemos puntillismo en la silueta con el rotulador negro de punta fina.
We tiptole in the silhouette with the black pen with fine tip.


Hacemos la falda de tul y la encolamos a la cintura de la bailarina.
We make the tulle skirt and glue it to the ballerina’s waist.

Aplicamos los dew drops y nuestra bellas palabras inspiradoras en 3d.
We apply dew drops and our beautiful inspiring words in 3d.



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!.