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Bike ride with dewdrop flowers

Hey guys! What’s going on?
I am Meharuma from Craft fable . This time I have come up with a new project with Artsy Dew Bike canvas from Robin’s nest. As you know, Creative Dew Drop Canvas includes pre-printed canvas, Dew Drops, and a color picture of what how you could create your masterpiece. A great mixed media treasure.  They are available in small (5” x 7”), medium (12” x 12”), large (18” x 24”), and extra-large (24” x 36”).
Imagine the wind in your hair from this Artsy Dew Bike Canvas.

Let’s go for the process.

Take the canvas, attach it to a hard paper base. Color the background with inkpad.

 

Add gesso using paint brush to give texture.

 

After it dried up, apply water colors. I have used green and blue to give natural field view.

 

add dewdrops in flower and cloud looks

 

Use dewdrops to represent leaves
Let’s see what I have used in this project:
Artsy Dew Bike from Robin’s nest
 Dewdrops from Robin’s nest
includes
other elements:
homemade gesso,
water color,
black marker pen.
Here are some close ups:

 

 

 

 

That’s all for today. Check the shop for beautiful materials for your project.
STAY HAPPY,
BE CREATIVE,
CHEERS!

CURIOSITY MIXED MEDIA PANEL

Hi everyone. Diana here today to share a fun mixed media panel I created for you. I had so much fun making this panel and am glad I finally pulled it out of my stash to use.

This panel has a lot of steps but only took me a total of two hours to complete. I let the process decide what was going to be used and this is what I ended up with.
Step 1: Paint your wood panel. I used wild honey distress paint.
Step 2: Once paint is dry, using a splat box, spray walnut stain distress spray stain onto the panel. I did use my heat gun to dry this a bit faster.
Step 3: Create an envelope using a template or die. Start adding ink to the envelope outside with desired ink and a sponge. Once dry, choose a stencil and add a darker shade of ink using a sponge.

 

Step 4: Pick pages out of an old book and rip them into small pieces. Adhere them down with matte gel and then brush distress collage medium in vintage over the top.
Step 5: Fold up your envelope and then your ready to adhere it to the front of your panel.
Step 6: Start adding all your other embellishments. Finish it off by adding your Dew Drops.
Here are some more finished project photos. I can’t wait to work on my next panel (it’s a pumpkin)

 

 

Supplies Used:
distress oxide ink ~ dried marigold, carved pumpkin
distress ink ~ ground espresso
distress spray stain ~ walnut stain, brushed pewter (on envelope)
distress paint ~ wild honey
distress collage medium ~ vintage
liquidtex ~ matte gel
sizzix ~ tim holtz thinlits #664150
stampers anonymous stencil ~ THS002

Altered Embroidery Hoop by Zerin

Hello Crafty bees !
It’s Zerin here to share an “altered embroidery hoop” today.
This is my first project as a new DT member.
I’m truly obsessed with these dewdrops!
I’m loving using these & It gives a unique look to any project.
Altered Embroidery Hoop
Click here to watch the step by step tutorial👇
https://youtu.be/dab-rPOsEQc
Closeup photos👇
I’ve used👇
Coral Diamond dewdrops
https://dewdroplove.com/product/coral-diamond-dew-drops/
Beach party Dewdrops
https://dewdroplove.com/product/beach-party-dew-drops/
Mardi Grass dewdrops
https://dewdroplove.com/product/mardi-gras-dew-drops/
.
Hope you guys liked the project!
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How to Use Dew Drops as the Focal Points of Cards

Hello Crafty Friends!
Hope you are all healthy and sound. Today I’ll be sharing with you how I created a simple fun card, where I’ve used my favorite Robin’s Nest Dewdrops to create the focal point of the card.

Step by step process-

1. I took a piece of white cardstock as the card panel.

2. I hand write the fun sentiment.

3. I started attaching suitable colored dewdrops to give it a design of a slice of watermelon.

4. Finished it off with a black card base.

Closeup photos-

 

 

Used Robin’s Nest Dewdrops-

1. christmas-dew-drops
2. ornament-mini-dew-drops
3. black-tear-drops

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DIY Waterfall using Dew Drops

Hey guys! How are you all? I hope you all are performing as strong persons during the pandemic situation. Did you forget me? Obviously not! For one more time, I am Nur Meharuma Chowdhury from Craft fable . Today I have come to let you know that how I am passing my quarantine time.

For  a long time I was thinking of making a waterfall but I didn’t have any rock. Later due to lockdown, I was not able to collect them. But waterfall has been in my wishlist for a long period and I thought this time would be the best to make it. As I am out of my fevicol SH glue that I used in homemade clay is finished too ( it feels broken ), I was thinking what can I use instead of them. Suddenly I looked at my material and saw that I have black beads and my favorite dewdrops from Robin’s nest . So, let’s see how I did this.

Here is the tutorial

Here is the tutorial :
Here are some closeups of the waterfall.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Used Materials:
Starry Nite Tear Drops
Sea Glass Tear Drops
Aquamarine Mini Dew Drops
Kelly Green Dew Drops
Neon Blue Mini Dew Drops
Riverside Mini Dew Drops

 

Here are some closeups of the waterfall.

 

Used Materials:

starry-nite-tear-drops

sea-glass-tear-drops

aquamarine-mini-dew-drops

kelly-green-dew-drops

neon-blue-mini-dew-drops

riverside-mini-dew-drops

PVC BOARD,

CARDBOARD,

PAPER TOWEL,

DRIED FLOWERS,

SEA SHELLS,

BLACK BEADS,

GLUE GUN,

ACRYLIC COLORS,

ARTIFICIAL GRASS.

You can give a try at home using your dewdrops and other available materials. Let me know how it was!

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That’s all for today.

STAY HOME.

STAY SAFE.

BE CRAFTY.

TAKE CARE.

HUGS.

Card for Baby – Embellished with Dew Drops

Hello all,

A card for baby is on the agenda for today.  I love this cute little baby gnome image and found it to be the perfect image for a baby card.  This cute baby gnome paired with Dew Drops Embellishments made for a bright and adorable card.  Now I just need to know someone who is having a baby girl.  lol

Be sure to check out the Mixed Media Quick Tips Video below for the step by steps.

The Robin’s Nest Supplies:
  

 

  
Other Supplies: 
BoBunny  – Distressed Textures Stamp
Lori’s Card & Creations – Designs by Carri Sue, Gnome Baby Girl
Tsukineko – StazOn Pigment Ink, Pink Cosmos
Beacon – 3-in-1 Advanced Craft Glue
Cardstock
Spectrum Noir – AquaBlend Watercolor-pencils
Quick Tips Mixed Media Video

I hope you enjoyed this project!
Happy day!
Lori

COMPANIES THAT I AM AFFILIATED WITH AND/OR DESIGN FOR MAY HAVE PROVIDED ME WITH SOME PRODUCT TO CREATE THIS PROJECT. THE OPINIONS I SHARE ARE SOLELY MY OWN.

Easter Egg with Dew Drops

Hola saleros@s!!

Hello “saleros@s”!!

Se acercan las fiestas de Pascua y nos ponemos como locos a buscar huevos. Os gustaría encontrar uno como éste?
The Easter festivities are coming up and we’re crazy to look for eggs. Would you like to find one like this?

Materiales que vamos a utilizar :

Materials that we are going to use:
dewdrops, huevo porespan, cintas, rejilla fontanero, flores, papel arroz, pegamento decoupage, pistola silicona.
dewdrops, porespan egg, ribbons, plumber grid, flowers, rice paper, decoupage glue, silicone gun.

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

The Robin´s Nest on line store will find:
Coral Diamond Dew Drops
Petunia Dew Drops
Pansini Mini Dew Drops
Two Lips Tear Drops

Espero que os guste!!. 

I hope you like it!

 

 

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

Recortamos el papel de arroz y lo encolamos al huevo.
We cut the rice paper and glue it to the egg.

 

Le añadimos la rejilla, la cinta, la flor…
We add the grid, the ribbon, the flower…

Y los dewdrops, tanto arriba donde colocamos el colgador, como abajo entre la cinta enrollada.
And the dewdrops, both up where we place the hanger, and down between the rolled tape.

 

Y aquí vemos le resultado final!. Bonito, verdad?
And here we see the final result!. Pretty, isn’t it?



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!.

How to use dew drops in artsy cowboy hat canvas

Hey guys! Hope you all are okay in this serious situation of the world.Try to stay home ,stay safe and do something creative to utilize your time. I ,Nur Meharuma Chowdhury from Craft fable is here to show you something creative.

You all know about Robin’s nest ‘s new product artsy cowboy hat  canvas .Creative Dew Drop Canvas.  Includes pre-printed canvas, Dew Drops, and a color picture of what how you could create your masterpiece.  Mount to a frame or glue to a hard surface.  A great mixed media treasure.  Available in small (5” x 7”), medium (12” x 12”), large (18” x 24”), and extra-large (24” x 36”).
Today I am gonna show you how to use dew drops in cowboy hat.
Here is the tutorial:
I have some close up photos for you:

 

 

 

 

 

Used materials are:
inkpad,
acrylic,
stencil

artsy-cowboy-hat

fuscia-mini-dew-drops

neon-pink-mini-dew-drops

razzleberry-dew-drops

robins-red-dew-drops


petunia-dew-drops

ruby-red-diamond-dew-drops

 

I hope you all liked it.
Stay home,
stay safe,
stay healthy,
stay joyous,
stay crafty.
BYE!!

Canvas Guitar 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 guitarra, dew drops,  pluma, stencil, pasta de textura, rotulador negro, sello, tintas.
canvas guitar, dew drops, pen, stencil, texture paste, black pen, stamp, inks.

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

The Robin´s Nest on line store will find:
Fall Gems Diamond Dew Drops
Sunflower Seeds Tear Dew Drops
Artsy Dew Drop
Amber Diamond Dew Drops

Espero que os guste!!. 

I hope you like it!

 
Vamos con el paso a paso!

Come on with step by step!

Entintamos el lienzo por los bordes del dibujo.
We ink the canvas by the edges of the drawing.

 

Aplicamos un sello de pentagramas por todo el canvas.
We apply a staff seal all over the canvas.

Añadimos nuestros dewdrops .
We add our dewdrops.

Repasamos el contorno de la guitarra con rotulador.
We round the contour of the guitar with pen.

Y añadimos más Dew Drops.
And we added more Dew Drops.

Añadimos un mensaje en 3d. Y lo adornamos con Dew Drops.
We added a message in 3d. And we adorned it with Dew Drops.

Y entintamos los bordes.
And we inked the edges.

 

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!.

HOW TO Make a Fall Canvas Art Journal with Dew Drops (Part 2)

 

Two weeks ago, we worked on a how to create the cover of our art journal using dew drops and a dew drop canvas.  This week our how to is all about assembling our art journal!

You will need the following ingredients (or similar):

Heavy board for cover and spine
Covering for book – I used book binders cloth, but you could use paper or fabric
Mixed media paper for interior pages
Book binders tape (masking tape will work too)
Liquid Adhesive
Eye-lets – 3 red
Crop-a-dile
Ribbon – 2 yards
Butcher twine – red approximately 18 inches
Charms – I used Tim Holtz’s Milagros
Bookbinding thread, awl, needle and thimble

Instructions:

You need to determine the size of your finished journal.  The one I made is: 7 1/2 x 6 x 2 1/4 inches
Cut two card covers and a spine.  The covers were 7 1/2  x 6 inches.  The spine is 7 1/2 x 1 3/4 inches.  Remember when you tape the covers you will leave space for the cover to bend into a book.

With book binding tape or masking tape assemble the cover pieces on a large flat surface.  Make sure the spine is equally spaced from the covers. (Sorry about my “ratty” looking ruler)

Once your cover is assembled, you will need to figure our what to cover it with.  Good options are fabric or book binding cloth, which is thin cloth adhered to a paper background.  I cut my cloth about two inches larger than the cover all the way around.  This is to your aesthetic and doesn’t need to be exact.

Adhere the covering to your art journal cover.  First completing the actual cover.  Then you will need to prepare that part that is adhered to the inside of the cover. You will take a metal straight edge and cut with scissors or a knife the corners.

 

Once the corners are cut fold the sides in and adhere, using liquid adhesive.  Let dry thoroughly.

Now the fun begins!  First, I chose paper to cover the inside of the front and back cover, adhering with liquid adhesive.  I always finish the cover before I prepare the signatures for the interior.  Next I used my Crop-a-dial to chomp through the cover in three locations, the spine 1 inch down and centered, and each of the covers 3/4 inch in and centered vertically.  I added large flat eyelets in red threading them through the right side.

Next I cut the ribbon in half and threaded it through the eyelets as if it were the top of a tag.
I tied the charms to butchers twine and threaded them through the spine.  I glued the twine to the inner spine, which will be covered.

The final step is preparing the signatures and placing them in the book.  You will need to select a paper size that when folded and nested is right for your book.  My folded pages measured 7 1/2 inches long and 5 1/2 inches wide.  I cut 15 x 11 paper in half and folded into 4 signature, which each have four pages.

You will need to poke holes with an awl in your signatures.  Be careful not to poke your finger and use a thimble.

I sewed my signatures to a piece of the bookbinder’s paper which fits the area of the spine that was not finished yet.

Finally, I adhered this piece of paper with liquid adhesive to the spine.  I weighted the edges with various products and let dry for 24 hours.  You really want to make sure this part is adhered well.

 

Finally you can glue the Dew Drops Canvas to the front.  I ended up adding a few more diamond dew drops to make the leaves spill onto the cover.

 Thanks for joining me on this project!  I ended up giving it to the recipient, my husband, early to cheer him, since we are at home social distancing due to the Corona virus in our home state.
Be well and create!
~ Victoria