Framed Art

 Hi there! Aimee here with a fun little mixed media piece.

I picked up a wooden 5×7 frame at Goodwill a few weeks ago. It’s real wood and actually kind of heavy. I painted it with a blue chalk paint and some regular black acrylic and  worked well for this piece of crafty art.

It was a lot of fun checking out my new team goodies and playing around. I did a little unboxing video, you can see it here  if ya want to.

I chose a canvas with an abstract design. I colored it with Dyluisons paints, some Tattered Angels shimmer mist, and Distress Glitter. I traced over the printed lines once my background paint was dry to make it come to the front.

I used goodies from three different bottles of Dew Drops, and they look so pretty.

The white piece behind the sentiment is actually from the inside of a frame die cut.
 Always keep those insides! They can come in handy.
The large flower is die cut from Grungepaper with a
cute premade flower in the center (Maggie Holmes).
Sentiment is from Tim Holtz.
I’m pretty pleased with this little piece of art.
The quality of the canvas is very good, and holy heck do ya get a
TON of drops in a bottle of Dew Drops.
I hope you enjoy this and that it sparks your creative brain a little bit.
Remember, be excellent to each other, and go make something!

Rainy Day Canvas

 Hello Crafty People!

Here is a LIVE video I did over on the Robin’s Nest of Vernal Facebook page on June 23rd.

Here are the details, if you missed it!


Creative Dew Drops Art Canvas – Rainy Day by Robin’s Nest 
Miscellaneous: light gray alcohol marker – Spectrum Noir, Color Wash – Stream and Denim by Ranger Ink, Pearl metallic pigment by USArtQuest, white glitter – stickles by Ranger Ink
1. Outline the clouds with a light gray alcohol marker.
2. Paint the clouds with white pearl pigment.
3. Use both colors of the Color Wash, diluted, to paint the background.
4. Embellish the rain drops and the lines with white glitter stickles.
Easy peasy!
Thanks for stopping by the blog today!
Craft on!

Artsy Flower Girl Canvas

Hello Crafty People!

This was my LIVE video project from June 9th over on the Facebook Group.

Here are the details, if you missed it!


Creative Dew Drop Canvas – Artsy Flower Girl by Robin’s Nest. 
Miscellaneous: Color Wash – Stream by Ranger Ink, Alcohol markers – beige, pinks and greens by Spectrum Noir, Glitter glue – gold and red by any brand.
1. Outline the flowers in a deep pink alcohol marker. Blend to the center with a lighter pink acohol marker.
2. Trace the stems and edges of leaves with a dark green alcohol marker, blend to center with a lighter green alcohol marker.
3. Outline the facial features with a beige or other skin tone alcohol marker. Blend with a clear blender or plain old rubbing alcohol on a cotton swap to blend.
4. Gently brush a diluted color wash over the background.
5. Add some sparkle to the center of the flowers, outlining the stamen with gold glitter glue and paint the lips with red glitter glue.
Thanks for stopping by the blog today!
Craft on!

Art Canvas – Dove

Hello Crafty People!

This LIVE video aired on the Robin’s Nest of Vernal Facebook Page on May 30th.

Here are the details, if you missed it!

Creative Dew Drop Canvas-Dove by Robin’s Nest 
Dew Drops – green tear drop by Robin’s Nest 

Misc: Alcohol marker -dark green, Color Wash – Stream by Ranger Ink, Metallic Pigment-Pearl by USArtQuest, white glitter stickles by Ranger Ink.

1. “Paint” the background with diluted color wash. See video for “how to”.
2. Outline the dove with white glitter stickles. Let dry.
3. Paint the dove with Pearl metallic pigment.
4.  (after the background is dry) Trace over the stem with dark green alcohol marker.
5. Glue green tear shaped dew drops into place for leaves.
EASY PEASY and it’s a masterpiece!!
Thanks for stopping by the blog today!
Craft on!

How to Make a Book Mark with a Book Theme Using Dew Drops

Can you believe it’s May already?  I sure can’t.  Today I want to show you a quick project, making a bookmark that can be used to “mark your place”.  So, let’s get started!
Card stock tag – your choice of size.
Water color mists – I used homemade mists using Brusho Crystals in Bright Red, Orange and Dark Brown
Distress Ink in Campfire
Tissue paper
Yarn for tassel
Alcohol markers – I used a Copic Marker in Crimson and an Art n’ Fly in a yellow tone
Distress Matte Media
Chop stamp (I used my dad’s chop that he had made many years ago)
Alphabet stamps
Stayz On Black Ink

Mini Dew Drops – Safari



Start by selecting your dew drop artsy canvas and coloring your book with alcohol ink markers.
Next spritz your tag with the spray of your choice.  I used homemade sprays, made with Brusho Watercolor Crystals and Water.  If you do this make use about 1/8th teaspoon of color to 1/4 cup of water.  The crystals go along way.


While the tag is drying, take a piece of tissue paper and stamp symbols of your choice on it with distress ink.  Allow to dry and then stamp your message with alphabet stamps using permanent ink.  I used a grungy old typewriter font.  Let dry.

Carefully hand cut the book from the canvas, which the tissue and tag are drying.
Adhere the canvas cut to the book mark based using distress matte media.  Pro tip:  Weight the book mark while it dries.  Remember paper has no memory, so if it becomes wrinkled from the spritzing you can easily flatten by placing it under a heavy book or two.
Adhere tissue to the bookmark.  Add matte media to the tag and lay tissue down.  Gently add matte media over the tissue.  This will add depth and the tissue, when dry hardly shows.  Do remember if you use water soluble ink it may move a bit during this process.
Finally adhere Dew Drops, as desired.  I used them at the top of the book mark, where they will be outside the pages I am marking.  Add a ribbon or yarn to form a tassel and you’re all done.
Hope you enjoyed this fun project AND I’ll see you in two weeks again for another project.
~ Victoria
To see all my art, follow me on Instagram victoriawarrenmearsart

How to Make an Art Journal Mixed Media Page with Dew Drops



Do you love mixed media art journals? This is a project for you.


Mixed Media Journal
Water color paint – I used Sakura Watercolor
Copic Markers – I used Wisteria and Yellow Green
Pitt Pen Brush in black bold
Distress Crayon in hickory smoke
Canvas – Dew Note
Dew Drops in green and purple (Iris Mix)
Scrap backgrounds
Liquid and dry adhesive
Paint a watercolor flower in your art journal. On the upper half of the page is important so you have room for the other elements.
Color your art canvas or paint it in colors you enjoy.
Assemble elements for your art journal page.  I used a background from a gelli print for the vases.
Cut pieces to fit in your journal
“Audition” pieces on your journal page and adhere with adhesive.
Finally, add Dew Drop Embellishments and add details to add depth such as bottom shading, which I accomplished with a hickory smoke distress crayon.
There you have it a super simple and fun art journal page!  I’ll be back the first Saturday in May with another fun project.  In the mean time, have a creative month!
~ Victoria

Artsy Peaceful Idea

Hello crafty souls! How are you all?

This time I have brought up a new dewdrop idea using the beautiful Artsy peaceful idea dewdrop canvas  from Robin’s nest .

Let’s go for the process!!

Take the canvas. Cut it in a perfect size

Take your favourite colors for make the canvas beautiful. I took orange & yellow acrylic , and then coffee shaded inkpad.



Distress coffee ink on the canvas.



Use orange acrylic
little yellow to give bright vibe



Now apply dewdrops






I have used artificial grass paste to give garden look.



Color the rose with red acrylic
Used materials:
Amber diamond dewdrops
Lemonade dewdrops
Neon yellow mini dewdrops
Pentunia dewdrops
Royal blue dewdrops
Freedom tear drops



Artsy peaceful idea dewdrop canvas

acrylic colors,

artificial grass paste,


Let’s go for some close shots:





That’s all for today.

How to Make a Ballerina Mixed Media Canvas Using Dew Drops

Welcome to the first Saturday in September.  I am glad to see you!  Today we are making a beautiful ballerina canvas.  This canvas comes in a variety sizes, so you can make one to suite any project you might have.
Brusho Mists in Emerald, Leaf Green and Teal
Fabric flowers:  4 used for skirt and one for head piece
Dew Drops – diamonds in blue and green, blue teardrops
Needle and thread
Liquid Adhesive
  1.   Mist with Emerald Green, let dry
  2.   Mist with Leaf Green, let dry
  3.   Mist with Teal, let dry
  4.   Sew on skirt flowers using needle and thread
  5.   Adhere flower with liquid adhesive for head piece
  6. Adhere diamond Dew Drops in Blue and Green
  7.   Adhere tear drop Dew Drops for ballet slippers


Step 1 – Emerald Green Mist


Step 2 – Leaf Green Mist


Step 3 – Teal Mist


Step 4 – Sew on Skirt Flowers through the canvas



Step 5 – Adhere flower for head piece with liquid adhesive
Step 6 – Adhere Diamond Dew Drops on Bodice of Ballet Dancer



All Done!  Isn’t she pretty?

See you next time!

~ Victoria

Decorating a Creative Dew Drop Canvas

Hello everyone…

This is Sadia with The Robin’s Nest.. Today I’m gonna show you how to decorate a Creative Dew Drop Canvas.

Things I need:

Step 1:
I selected Artsy i love you Dew Drop Canvas to decorate it.
Step 2:
I then colored the canvas with different colors.
Step 3:
Then I attached a paper flower on the canvas.
Step 4:
Then finally I attached few beautiful MINI DEW DROPS



Step by step pictures are added below….


I hope you guys liked this one. To try out this idea you can have your Dew Drops and Creative Dew Drop Canvas collected from The Robin’s Nest

How to Create a Mixed Media Love Hands Spotlight Canvas Using Dew Drops


Happy Saturday everyone!  It’s time for a Mixed Media Canvas using a Dew Drops canvas and metallic Dew Drops.  I also want to show you a spotlight technique that you can use to enhance your canvas.  I was inspired by recent spot light technique videos by Mike Deakin Art on his You Tube channel and thought I would translate it to a canvas design.

Dew Drop Canvas – Artsy Heart Hands
Metallic Silver Dew Drops
Brusho Mists (created with water and Brusho Crystals) – teal, ultramarine and purple
Liquid Adhesive
Round Mask

Creative Steps:

1.  Mist the canvas with teal mist and let dry thoroughly.

2.  Place the circle mask over the center of the hands, this will create the canvas spotlight.

3.  Leaving he mask in place mist with ultramarine and purple – again let dry.

4.  Remove mask to see spotlight (these mists are watercolors, so they rinse right off the plastic mask)

5.  Using liquid adhesive apply metallic silver dew drops and let dry.

6.  Enjoy your mixed media canvas!

Happiest of creating to you,
~ Victoria