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.

A Butterfly Tag

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:

  • Dew Drops 
  • a tag
  • Distress Oxide – Worn Lipstick
  • spray bottle with water
  • butterfly embellishments
  • embellishment glue
  • black ink pad and sponge applicator
Step 1:Using a blending sponge, cover the tag with Distress Oxide. Spritz with water.
Step 2: Shade the edges of the butterflies using black ink and an applicator sponge. Stick them in place. If you want them to pop more, use foam tape. I made my butterflies using a die-cut machine and some scrapbook paper.


Step 3: Add Dew Drops, sticking in place with embellishment glue.
That’s it! Isn’t it beautiful?
You can find Dew Drops online at The Robin’s Nest. They will have the perfect color to coordinate with your project. There are so many to choose from!


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
Happy Crafting!

Mixed Media with Dew Drops – Rose Banner Plaque

Hello all,

Lori here, with a quick and easy mixed media project using a wood banner plaque, metallic paint and (of course) Dew Drops.  I love the way Dew Drops instantly add another layer of dimension to my mixed media projects!  Check out the Quick Tips Mixed Media Video below for the step by steps!

The Robins Nest Supplies:

Belgian Chocolate Dew Drops

River Bed Tear Drops 

Mini Purple Dew Drops



Other Supplies: 

Wood Banner Plaque

TCW Light & Fluffy Modeling Paste

Stampers Anonymous – Tim Holtz Collection Stencil, THMS075

DecoArt Black Gesso

DecoArt Dazzling Metallics – Festive Green, Amethyst, Purple Pearl, Ice Blue

DecoArt DuraClear Galaxy Varnish

Beacon – 3-in-1 Advanced Craft Glue


Quick Tips Mixed Media Video


I hope you enjoyed this Quick Tips Mixed Media demo and will try using Dew Drops (for that added dimension) on your next mixed media project.

Happy day!


A Company(s) that I am affiliated with or Design for may have provided me with product to create this project.  The opinions I share are solely my own.


Ace of Diamonds

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:

  • Dew Drops –  Ace of Diamonds 
  • Distress oxide in peeled paint, walnut stain, and Broken China
  • black pigment ink
  • black pigment powder
  • embellishment adhesive
  • rubber stamp
  • blank tag
  • craft mat
  • spray bottle with water
  • heat gun


Stamp the Distress Oxide all over the craft mat. Spray with water.
Drag the tag through the wet ink. (I do several tags and put the extra up for another project.)
Spritz a few droplets of water on the tag and leave to dry.



Stamp your image with the rubber stamp and pigment ink. Sprinkle with embossing powder. Remove excess and emboss with a heat gun.


Stick on Ace of Diamonds Dew Drops using your glue.
When dry, trim pieces hanging over. Use a sponge and black ink to add a shadow to the edges.
That’s it! Wasn’t that simple.



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!

Add dimension to a canvas with Dew Drops

Hello all,

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.

The Robins Nest:
Other Supplies:
  • DecoARt White Gesso
  • DecoArt DuraClear Matte Varnish
  • DecoArt Americana Acrylic
  • Tsukineko StazOn Pigment Ink – Piano Black
  • 4″ x 4″ Flat Panel Canvas
  • Beacon 3-in-1 Craft Glue
  • The Crafter’s Workshop Modeling Paste
  • Lori’s Cards & Creations – Skethy Rose Stamp
  • Tim Holtz Idea-ology – Collage Paper
  • Tim Holtz Idea-ology – Small Talk Stickers
  • Stampers Anonymous, Tim Holtz Collection Stencil
  • Faber Castelle Artist Pitt Pens
1) Apply modeling paste over a stencil to 4″x 4″ flat panel canvas.  Allow to dry.
2) Tear a piece of tissue paper to size and adhere to canvas with varnish.


3) Dry brush white gesso onto canvas to highlight texture.


4) Stamp Rose stamp and leaf onto tissue paper with permanent ink.


5) Adhere to canvas with varnish.


6) Color rose and leaf with Artist PITT Pens.


7) Tone down rose image by dry brushing with white gesso.


8) Apply splatters to canvas with black acrylic paint.


9) Embellish canvas with Dew Drops.


10) Adhere saying sticker to canvas.


11) Done.


I hope you found some inspiration from this bright and cheery project.  It was very comforting for me to think of warm weather, sunshine and better days.
Happy day,

Making a Mixed Media Tag with Dew Drops

Happy Saturday!  Let’s create a mixed media tag using just a few items that I had on hand.

#5 Manila tag
Brusho Colours – I used turquois, scarlet, ultramarine, and purple
Mini water spritzer
Shimmerz Dazzlerz in Foiled Again
Stencil with various size circles
Dew Drops in lovely shades of blue  (You need to get your favorite colors in a variety of shapes)
Tim Holtz Ideology Paper Dolls
A pen and straight edge
Rub on sentiment
Liquid adhesive and dimensional tape


1.  Spritz your manila tag with water and sprinkle with your desired colours of Brusho watercolour crystals.  Let dry.

2.  Add dimensional texture paste (dazzlerz) through the stencil in the upper left corner and on the right side.  Let dry completely.

3.  Add the rub on.  Notice if you look closely there was a tiny problem with adherence of the letters in two tiny spots.  I filled that in with a black pen.  Shhhhh! Don’t tell.

4.  Add the paper dolls with dimensional tape.

5.  Create a border with a pen and straight edge or whatever you choose.

6.  Adhere dew drops as is pleasing to you for accents with liquid adhesive.  Let dry and share your photo with us on our Facebook page!

Hope you’ve enjoyed this quick little project.  It would really brighten any gift and was just the “art therapy” I needed to brighten my mood as we are staying home and staying safe in the US at this time.
Best wishes and happy crafting to all of you!
~ Victoria

How to use Dew Drops on an Altered Mini Jar

Hey guys!
How are you all?I, Nur Meharuma Chowdhury from Craft fable have come to present you an amazing altered mixed media jar in which I have used my favorite dewdrops from Robin’s nest


Here is my tutorial for this project :


Some close up photos :







I have used the following materials:
Empty acrylic color jar, old net from a net bag, old steel wire, tissue paper, dried flowers, paper flowers, chain,jump ring,charm and beads , artificial grass, acrylic color (golden,silver,violet,green,yellow)
I hope you all have loved the idea.So don’t be late,find the empty jar in your house and utilize it .
Stay happy,
Stay safe,
Be crafty,
Be awesome,
take care.

A Dew Drop Coaster

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.

I have a full tutorial for your below so you can follow along and make your own coasters!
The supplies you will need are:
  • Water Dew Drops
  • Silicone Mold
  • Resin
  • Starfish embellishment
  • Sand
  • Eggshells
  • Gold glitter


Follow the steps below:
Step 1: Mix the resin according to package directions. Pour a small amount into the silicone mold covering the base.
Step 2: Arrange the starfish embellishment, eggshells and the sand.


Step 3: Arrange the Dew Drops, sprinkle with glitter and allow to set for a bit before filling with resin.


Step 4: Heat to allow bubbles to come to the surface and pop.


Step 5: Allow to set according to package directions before handling. Remove from mold.


That’s it! Look at that beautiful coaster!
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!

How to Make a Decorative Mixed Media Paint Brush with Dew Drops

Happy Saturday!  I am happy to show you how make this mixed media paint brush featuring dew drops.

Here are the ingredients you will use:


  • Paint brush of your choice
  •  Aleene’s Tacky Glue
  • Clear Gesso
  • White Acrylic Paint
  • Delta Metallic Gleams – Metallic Bronze
  • Plaid Enterprises Liquid Leaf – Florentine Gold
  • Art Alchemy Waxes – Opal Magic and Rose Gold
  • Tim Holtz Stencil
  • Texturez Dimensional Paste Gold
  • Sandra Evertson Cathedral Window
  • Dew Drops in black and white (diamonds, dew drops, and tear drops)
  • White Thick Cotton Twine
1.  Coat your paint brush  and embellishments with Gesso, as needed.  Allow to dry
2.  Paint your paint brush with acrylic paint.
  3.  Add gold texture paste to wooden part of brush through the stencil. Note that I also used vintage matte medium prior to stenciling.  This is totally optional and you don’t need to do it.  I also wrapped the brush with twine.  I found it helps hold the stencil in place.
4.  I painted the brush after the dimensional paste dried,  with the metallic bronze gleams.  Once that is dryBegin embellishing!  Sorry for the super messy photo normally I would not even show you this state of work!  Messy messy crafter!
Never be afraid to show your work in process!  I also glued the cathedral frame onto the upper brush next!
5.  This is the brush with all the embellishments glued with tacky glue to the brush.  Notice how the white gaps I had before are gone!  To do this is used the Florentine gold leaf.  It is super liquid and can cover all the little nooks and crannies!  Next I added paper flowers and a charm of Mary in the Cathedral window.
6. Finally I used royal robe and rose gold waxes on the Cathedral window and on other areas of the brush to add highlights.  I use my fingers to do this, but you can always use a make up sponge to apply and buff the wax.
Hope you enjoyed this project!  I’ll see you on the 18th for another fun project!
I really hope that you are weathering this difficult time well and having some time for creativity while you are social distancing.
~ Victoria

Altered Spoons and Dew Drops – A Perfect Combination!

Hello, today I am on The Robin’s Nest blog using Dew Drops and antique spoons! See below for a quick tutorial on how to make some for yourself.


For starters, I had to hunt down some spoons in local antique shops, gave me a reason to shop! Bonus! To start these spoons, I first colored them using alcohol ink, just remember that a little ink goes a long way.
While the spoons were slightly wet with ink, I applied gold foil to the raised areas to give them a little bling.
Gathering my supplies such as small flowers, Dew Drops, and Gecko Galz images, I started to decorate the spoons. The images needed to be cut down to fit the spoon bowl and I used Stickles around the edges of the image. I then added the flowers in matching colors and the Dew Drops in clear.
I then drilled a hole in the top of the spoon so I can be hung on the wall.
Thanks for stopping by and check out the beautiful collections of Dew Drops!
Check out more of my work at the following links