- 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.
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:
Happy Saturday! Victoria here. I am back with another wonderful Dew Drops Canvas and a notebook with a yoga theme. This was such a relaxing project to do and I have a useful notebook to gift to a friend.
Here are the products you need for this project:
Dew Drops Canvas in Artsy Namaste
A composition book
Echo Park Paper from the Little Girl Collection Kit (Lilac strip)
Jacquard Lumiere Paints in Pewter, Halo Blue Gold, and Halo Violet Gold
Tim Holtz Stencil
Prima Chalk in Branch Bark
5/8 inch Grosgrain Ribbon – ivory and gold chevron
Liquid Adhesive – Aleene’s Tacky Glue
Hello everyone, I have been working in my art journal again and made a tutorial for you showing how I use Dew Drops on my pages.
Follow the steps below:
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:
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.
Welcome to another blogpost! Today I am sharing with you a coaster I made with Dew Drops and Resin. Of course I used a few other embellishments to bring to all together.
Tenemos macetas viejas por ahí?, vamos a darles una nueva vida decorándolas!!
Materials that we are going to use:
maceteros, cuerda, dewdrops, teardrops, pistola de silicona, retales de tela, sello, tinta
We apply hot silicone with the gun, and we stick the dewdrops around.
Add a piece of fabric and a rope bow.
1. Stamp a circle with black ink onto white cardstock. I actually used an ornament stamp for the gumball globe. Alternatively, use a circle punch to cut a 2.5″ circle.
2. Cut two rectangles from red card stock for the base and top of the gumball machine. Add a narrow red strip along the base, a knob, and a dispenser. Use a black marker to create the appearance of the tunnel where the gum would exit. Assemble the pieces.
3. Select primary color Dew Drops and adhere them to the gumball machine. Take care when assembling them so that each gumball rests naturally in the valley that is created by the two beneath it. This will give an authentic and natural appearance rather than trying to create neat and precise rows. Set aside to thoroughly dry.
6. Attach the gumball machine to the lower right corner overlapping the edge.
red card base (5×7″)
card stock (white & red)
black ink pad
circle & sentiment stamp
polka dot embossing folder
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