This ornament was inspired by my favorite Christmas Movie “It’s a Wonderful Life”. I watch it every year and love it more each time. There is a scene towards to end where George Bailey is running through the snow covered streets wishing everyone Merry Christmas! Love it! I hope you love this project too, check out the step by step instructions below.
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Done and on the Tree
I hope you have enjoyed this Dew Drop Christmas Ornament Quick Tip. Hope you are enjoying good health and are experiencing quality Holiday Crafting time.
Hello Crafty People!
I’m so sad that summer is coming to a close, but the colors of fall in Maine are astounding. I was able to enjoy the foliage a bit recently while driving to a meeting a loooong way away from home.
Today’s project is a small canvas reminder of the vibrant colors of the season.
6×6 Canvas, acrylic paints (multiple shades of orange, blue, green and brown)
Adhesive and gold pigment spritz, sealer
Hello, my artsy friends, Kelly Parker on the blog today! Hope you are all ready for the holidays, they are right around the corner. Today, I am on the blog with Robin’s Nest Dew Drops and a slimline card.
I used a rubber stamp of lights on my card stamping it multiple times down the front of the card. I then used two colors of Distress Inks in green to go over the front. I let this dry and sorted out the teardrop dewdrops in assorted colors called Gum Drops to look like Christmas lights, these were applied to the lights on the card with glue. I stamped the Be Merry along the bottom of the card and add white dots with acrylic paint.
One Christmas card down, many more to go! When do you start your Christmas cards?
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I hope you like it!!.
Manchamos el fondo del canvas con distress de distintos colores.
We stain the canvas background with distress of different colors.
Hacemos lo mismo con el dibujo.
We do the same with drawing.
Punteamos con rotulador negro todo el contorno.
We tap with black marker the entire contour.
Comenzamos a decorar con nuestros divertidos dew drops y tear drops.
We start decorating with our fun dew drops and tear drops.
Hacemos pequeños dibujos con los rotuladores de colores.
We make small drawings with the colored markers.
Hello Everyone, Sadia is here. Today I am going to show you how to make a mix media canvas using Dew Drops from Robin’s Nest.
Hello everyone! I have another tutorial for you today using Dew Drops from The Robin’s Nest.
Isn’t it beautiful? Let me show you how to make it.
The supplies needed are:
Follow the steps below:
Materials that we are going to use:
dewdrops, cinta de fontanero, pendientes de bola, pistola de silicona, tijeras
dewdrops, plumber tape, ball earrings, silicone gun, scissors
Espero que os guste!!.
I hope you like it!
Come on with step by step!
Podéis utilizar acetato en lugar de construir la base con cinta de fontanero.
You can use acetate instead of building the base with plumber tape.
Colocamos en la posicion definitiva los pendientes de bolita.
We place the ball earrings in the final position.
Además en el Blog Chattering Robins encontraréis cantidad de inspiraciones para vuestros proyectos!.
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!
candle rubber stamps
black, red, blue, & silver ink pads
gold glitter glue
dark blue patterned paper
card base 4×6″