How to Use Dew Drops to Decorate Cards

Hello Crafty Friends, 
Hope you all are doing well. Today I’m back again to inspire you guys with a fun project, It’s a pretty floral card with a striped background.
I used the sentiment ‘Be Who You Are’ to encourage people to accept the natural aspects of life, be courageous enough accept our own selves and never be afraid to be how we are! 
I have used the Robin’s Nest Dewdrops to make the card look more elegant.


YouTube Tutorial-

Closeup photos-




Used Robin’s Nest Dewdrops-
Hope you enjoyed today’s project and thank you for visiting the blog!
Fairuz Fabiha (craftivation)


Hello, today I have a tutorial for a quick journal page. I used Distress Oxides, a rubber stamp, and of course, Dew Drops.
Dew Drops embellish your artwork so nicely. They almost always add that finishing touch.


Here is a list of supplies that I used to make this beautiful journal page.
  • 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.


Step 1:
Use a makeup sponge to add and blend Distress Oxides.
Step 2: Spray lightly with water and dry.
 Step 3: Stamp your image.
Step 4: Arrange your Dew Drops and stick down with embellishment glue.


That’s all there is to it! I do hope you enjoyed the tutorial!


Thanks for stopping by! You can share your creations with us on our Facebook page. We would love to see them! For more inspiration have a look around the blog. There are a variety of tutorials for many levels using Dew Drops. You can also visit my blog at
You can find Dew Drops online at The Robin’s Nest.
Happy Crafting!

Make a Dew Drop embellished Pendant, encased in resin.

Hello all,


Take collage to a miniature level by encasing collage materials and dew drops in UV Clear Resin.  This technique creates a great effect of depth and texture to the finished piece.  Check out the step by step instructions shown below.


The Robins Nest Supplies:

Goldenberry Dew Drops

Kelly Green Dew Drops

Pool Dew Drops

Other Materials:

  • UV Clear Resin
  • UV Light
  • Paper scraps
  • Paper/fabric flowers
  • Lazer gem stars
  • Bead Landing Found Object.


1) Use scrap piece of mixed media paper for the background of the pendant.  Cut in a circle and adhere.

2) Lay down a few remnantx book print pieces over background and cover with another layer of resin.


3) Set the resin under a UV light per manufacturer’s instructions.

4) For the next layer add paper/fabric flowers and dew drops.

5) Cover with another layer of resin, adding a start prior to the resin being set.


6) Place under the UV light again (follow manufacturer’s instructions)


7) Now is it ready for a chain.


I really liked working with quick setting UV Resin for this project (rather then the standard air dry).  It made working with layer much easier.  I hope you enjoyed seeing another way to use dew drops, they are very fun and versatile.

Happy day!



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How to Art Journal with Dew Drops and Win!!!!

Happy Saturday!  Today I want to share with you an art journal page idea, using dew drops.  I love the vintage, shabby grungy look, but dew drops can fit into all crafting styles from the most clean and simple to the most elaborate layering!  So grab a cup of coffee or tea, your art journal and join in.  Do your style and show us over on our Facebook Page.


Mixed media art journal
White Gesso
Vintage book pages and calendar pages
Chip board
White dimensional paste
Mists – Shimmerz Sprayz
Chalk ink – Prima pink and green
Paper doll – Tim Holtz
Dew Drops – diamond and round
Distress Crayon – Tim Holtz

Begin playing!  First applying paper to your page as you like, the add Gesso over the pages.
This “knocks back” the lettering if you have something bold – like the calendar page, in my case.

Dry thoroughly and let the fun begin!  Next I added the chipboard doors….  And added gesso over them.  At this point this could go lots of ways; elegant, shabby chic, grungy, vintage, etc.

I had fun spraying with blued, purples and ultra violet.
When you have gesso down, you can tilt and move the colors around until they are mixed as you like.  There is no right or wrong in you are journal.  Just experimentation and capturing your mood.

Next I added dimensional paste and stenciling.

Let everything dry and then embellish as you like, you can always stop at any time and lay it aside if it feels it needs more or is overworked.
I added the rub ons and paper dolls at this step.  I had this planned out for other embellishments as you might guess from the hand position.  It needs a door knob!
I added an original round dew drop for the door knob, a smaller round to accent the heart on the door and then the diamonds to accent the words, all using liquid adhesive.  Finally I added some shadows using a distress crayon.
So how can you win?!?  I am putting together a art journaling kit.  Lots of ephemera and other good stuff including some dew drops!  I will post the kit on our Facebook page and you will have two weeks to show me your art journal pages with dew drops (all entries in by 7/3/2020 at 11:59 PM Pacific).  I will announce the winner on my 4th of July blog post.  Once you have sent me your address the kit will be yours!
Let’s brighten up this time with ART!
~ Victoria

How to use dew drops on musical instrument

Hello crafty souls!     How are you all?
It’s Nur Meharuma Chowdhury from Craft fable again!
Today I have brought up a new mixed media art for you and I am sure you will definitely love it.
It’s a guitar!
Not a real one! I have made it with paper. My favourite dewdrops from Robin’s nest have added intellectual vives to my mixed media art.
Check here for the tutorial:
I have used following materials:
Fuscia Mini Dew Drops
Black Dew Drops
Razzleberry Dew Drops
Belle dancer paper cut out,
Black cardstock,
Artificial flowers,
Paper cut outs,
acrylic colors,
clay frame,
wooden chopstick,
wooden sentiment,
net leaves,
wooden button.
I have some close up photos for you.
So , how did you find my work?
Please tell me.
That’s all for today. See you soon.

How to make packaging for small Chocolates

Hello Crafty Friends 🙂
Monika here.
Today I will show you how to make a packaging for small chocolates.
A few photos for details.
The order of work in the card:
1) I’m preparing the base
2) Glue the background to the base.
3) I tie the packaging with a ribbon.
I glue the ribbon in the middle with hot glue.
4) I mask the place where I attached the ribbon with a napkin.
5) I added flowers, leaves and an inscription.
6) Complete the whole with dew drops.
Card is ready 🙂
Robin’s Nest Products I used

Hope you guys will find this inspiring and try this out yourself!
And don’t forget to keep craftivating your dreams!
Hugs Monika

How to Make a Fabulous Fire Cracker Card

Hey There,
It’s Karen here…to share this quick and easy 4th of July card.  Tear Drops are perfect to create the sparkling firecracker flame.  It is so simple to add glitter glue to Tear Drops and totally transform them into twinkling gems.  I’ll warn you now…once you add glitter to Dew Drops, it may be hard to go back to plain solid ones!  Stand back….Snap, Crackle, & POP!


The Robin’s Nest

1. Stamp a fire cracker image onto white card stock using black ink. Stamp or doodle a design to the barrel of each fire cracker. Carefully cut out the images.
2. Adhere blue paper to a card base and then adhere a row of fire crackers.


3. Next, use silver ink to stamp an explosion burst at the top of each alternating wick.


4. Adhere a Tear Drop to a glue dot to keep it steady while you apply gold glitter glue atop each Tear Drop gem. When the glitter glue is dry, attach the flame to the top of the fire cracker.

5.  Lastly, attach a row of Mini Pearl Dew Drops along the lower edge.



Other Supplies:
candle rubber stamps
black, red, blue, & silver ink pads
gold glitter glue
glue dots
dark blue patterned paper
card base 4×6″

Thanks for visiting us. Come back soon!


If you would like to see more of Karen’s amazing projects, stop by her blog Art & Soul.

Dew Drops and Butterflies

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.

Supplies used:


Golden Berry Dew Drops
Distress Oxide Shabby Shutters and Seedless Preserves
Spray bottle with water
Embellishment glue
Sponger blender
Butterfly embellishments
ribbon or yarn


Step One

Apply the Distress Oxide covering the entire tag. Blend as you go along.


Step Two

Give it a light spritz of water. Allow it to dry.


Step Three

Arrange your butterfly embellishments and stick down with glue.


Step Four

Add the Dew Drops on the butterfly bodies.  Stick down with embellishment glue.

Step Five

Add your ribbon or yarn and you are all done!

Here is a closeup for you.
Thanks for stopping by! You can share your creations with us on our Facebook page. We would love to see them! For more inspiration have a look around the blog. There are a variety of tutorials for many levels using Dew Drops. You can also visit my blog at have a lot of free tutorials and offer many workshops.
You can find Dew Drops online at The Robin’s Nest.
Happy Crafting!

Rusted Clay Bowl adorned with Dew Drops

Hello all,

Looking to try something new?  How about embedding dew drops into a Quick Cure Clay bowl, molded from a Vintage Tart Tin.  The Dew Drops can be painted and inked along with the clay to create a Cool, Rustic Clay Bowl.

The Robin’s Nest

Other Materials

  • Imagine Fireworks! Sprays – Tangelo, Dandelion, Angel Pink
  • Imagine Sheer Shimmer Spray – Frost
  • DecoArt Americana – Snow (Titanium White), Pearlizing Medium, DuraClear Gloss Varnish
  • Ranger Quick Cure Clay
  • Vintage Tart Tin


Quick Tips Mixed Media Video

I hope you enjoyed this project and will try this technique.  Don’t be afraid to ink and/or paint Dew Drops, it really extends the creative usefulness of this versatile product!

Happy Day,



Canvas Cup 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 taza, dew drops,  pluma, stencil, pasta de textura, rotulador negro, sello, tintas.
canvas cup, 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:
Artsy Brew
Chocolate Dew Drops
Burnt Umber Diamond Dew Drops
Forest Brown Mini Dew Drops

Espero que os guste!!. 

I hope you like it!

Vamos con el paso a paso!

Come on with step by step!

Repasamos el contorno de la taza con rotuladores.
We round the contour of the cup with pens.

Incorporamos el stencil con pasta de textura.
We incorporate the stencil with texture paste.

Entintamos con los sprays.
We inked with the sprays.

Añadimos nuestros dewdrops .
We add our dewdrops.

Aplicamos otro stencil con pintura en relieve.
We apply another stencil with embossed paint.

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

Añadimos salpicaduras.
Add splashes.

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!.