Hi Crafty Friends,
Fairuz Fabiha here from Craftivation. Today I’m back again with a technique of using the amazing Robin’s Nest dewdrops! I’ll be showing you how I used these mini dewdrops to not only embellish my project but also add texture on the background using the dewdrops.
For my today’s project, I’ve decided to make an mdf bookmark.
Step by step process:
1. At first I took an mdf tag by Lisa Horton Crafts as the base of my bookmark.
2. Applied a layer of Fabrikadecoru resist texture paste through the maze stencil by Lisa Horton Crafts.
3. Added mini dew drops by the Robin’s Nest all around the edges of the bookmark and applied a layer off gesso to prime the surface.
4. Applied layers of spray paints by Fabrikadecoru.
5. Embellished the bookmark with mdf tag sentiment, sisal, tassel and ribbon.
6. Finally added some white dewdrops to finish it off.
Used Robin’s Nest Dewdrops:
Robins Nest products used:
Other supplies used:
- Turquoise Blue
- Deep Green
- Deep Yellow
Hello, so glad you stopped by today! Kelly Parker on the blog with Robin’s Nest Dew Drops, I love these delicate glass drops that can be used on any surface and they come in all kinds of colors! I created a necklace with collage images from Gecko Galz and Robin’s Nest Dew Drops.
I started off by gluing down a script collage paper and then used distress oxides to soften the edges, then added the image. After everything was dry, I drilled the hole, added the jump rings and cord, then added the Dew Drops.
Here’s a close up of the necklace.
Thanks for stopping by!
Hello, welcome to another tutorial. My post today is inspired by Valentine’s Day which is coming up next month. I love using a holiday as an excuse to design something new! I really love how this tag came out and it was really simple to make. The best part is I did some upcycling. The tag is cut out from the cardboard backing of a Bristol that finished and the heart is cut out from the front. Crafting really does not need to be expensive.
I have prepared a video tutorial for you showing exactly how I made this tag. The supply list is as follows:
- chipboard tag cut out
- book paper cut in the shape of the tag
- glue stick
- Distress Ink – Vintage Photo & brush to apply
- heart cut out
- black gesso
- white gesso
- red acrylic painting – I used Americana Dark Scarlet
- charcoal pencil
- quote or sentiment
- black ink pad and sponge – I used Versafine Black Onyx
- Nuvo Embellishment Glue
Hello Crafty Friends!
Fairuz Fabiha here. Today I’ll be sharing with you my first project of 2020, which is a lovely soft toned mixed media tag. The lovely neon pink dewdrops goes so well with the muted pink and gold background and add an interest to the project. I’ve been inspired by the beginning of a new year to add the sentiment ‘A new beginning’.
Here’s some closeup photos-
Used Robin’s Nest Dewdrops-