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Hello Crafty Friends 🙂

Monika here.

Today I will show you how to make a wedding exploding box.

A few photos for details.
The order of work on the card:
1) I glued the background to the base.

2) I glued a small box in the middle.

3) I added frames and inscriptions.

4) Finally, I glued flowers and leaves.

5) I decorated the box with a paper bow.

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

Making a Tag with a Lace – Like Dew Drop Border

Happiest of New Years to you!  Welcome to 2021 with Dew Drops.
Today I want to demonstrate a tag with a lace-like border made from Dew Drops.
Ingredients:
Manila Tag
Gelli Plate
Acrylic Paint in Blue and Pearly White – guess I am still feeling Northern Hemisphere wintery!
iZink – blue
Butterfly embellishment
Sentiment
Liquid and dry adhesive
Directions:
 
1.  With a brayer, add a thin layer of pearlescent white and then blue to your gel plate.
2.  Lay tag on gel plate and rub evenly, pull mono print.
3.  Add a layer of this lovely blue IZink to your gel plate.  Don’t worry, it’s transparent and won’t overwhelm your previous layer.
4.  Let dry completely.  If your tag is curled, weight and leave for about 1/2 hour.  Remember paper has no memory, so you can flatten it again!
5.  Add quote and diamond dew drops.

 

6.  Now we will turn it like drop lace. Add dots of liquid adhesive for mini dew drops at each diamond point.  Once those have dried, add a tear drop below each mini dew drop and let dry.
7.  The next step is to add your focal point.  I cut our a large butterfly from a book entitled, “Extraordinary Things to Cut Out and Collage.”
 
8.  Here’s another look!
Thanks for stopping by today.  I am thrilled to be continuing on the design team for 2021!  Hope to share some new ideas with you and some amazing new canvases from the store as well!
~Victoria

Sun Home Decor

Hello, I had some extra projects using Dew Drops this month so I have posted them on Thursdays if you are interested in seeing more ideas using Robin’s Nest Dew Drops.

This project consists of using a Sun decoration I found at a thrift store. I love reusing items – found items – to give them a new life!

Supplies –

Sun decoration
Glue
I found my sun at the thrift store so when I got it home, I cleaned it up and then brushed some ink over it to brighten it up a bit. I let this dry and then used my Wilshire Diamond Dew Drops and glue added a bit of bling to the front of the piece. It is now ready for hanging!

 

Thanks for stopping by!! See you soon, Kelly Parker

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

Purple Dreams Collage

Hello, today I created a collage for Robin’s Nest using purple dew drops, paint, and collage materials. 

I started with a piece of cardboard as the base for this collage then built up the layers starting with gesso, acrylic paint, and some water. I then used Distress ink and TCW stencil Sunflower Mandala to create some depth to the center of the collage. then added some modeling paste to the background along the edges with a TCW stencil. Using black ink along the edges to enhance the piece I then glued down the image from Gecko Galz and added the purple dew drops.

Check out more of my work here –

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Pinterest – https://www.pinterest.com/kellyp3034/

Twitter – https://twitter.com/kellyparkerart

Flickr – https://www.flickr.com/photos/artsydoll/

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!.

Collaged Lapel Pins

Hello! Kelly Parker on the blog today with another project for Robin’s Nest Dew Drops.  I love adding these little bits of color to all my projects. They come in all colors and can be glued on with most any kind of glue that dries clear.

To make these pins, I glued down some script collage paper, then an image. I then used distress ink along the edges to soften them and add some color. After everything was dry, I added the Dew Drops and then the pin back. These pins are quick and easy but make wonderful gifts!

 

Thanks for stopping by and check out Robin’s Nest Dew Drops!!
Christmas Tree Card

Easy Christmas Tree Card with Dew Drops

Reason #589 Why I love Dew Drops……

Combining shapes and sizes to create your own one-of-kind mosaic art!

Hello and welcome!  Shelly with you today sharing a quick and easy card using all of the different shapes and sizes of Dew Drops to create a one-of-a-kind Christmas Tree mosaic.

This stylized Christmas tree uses all of the different Dew Drops:

Original Dew Drops
Mini Dew Drops
Tear Drops
Diamond Dew Drops

 

Thanks for stopping by the blog today  – – have a creative week!

Shelly