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Dew Drops in Quilling

Hello crafty people!
I am Nur Meharuma Chowdhury from Craft fable, the new design team member of 2020. I am here to present my fable of crafting.
Today I am going to narrate a fable of “Quilling and Dew drops” .

Quilling was the beginning of my crafting journey and that’s why I have thought to collab it with  Robin’s nest dew drops  .

Tutorial from YouTube is here :
                        
Dew drops have added extra beauty to my quilling. Their collab has resulted in an amazing creation.

Here are some close ups:

 

 

Products from Robin’s nest are:

 

Hope You all have loved the greeting card idea.
BYE!!!

Altered Mini Pots decorated with Dew Drops

Hola saleros@s!!

Hello “saleros@s”!!

Tenemos macetas viejas por ahí?, vamos a darles una nueva vida decorándolas!!

let’s put old pots out there?, let’s give them a new life by decorating them!!

 

Materiales que vamos a utilizar :


Materials that we are going to use:
maceteros, cuerda, dewdrops, teardrops, pistola de silicona, retales de tela, sello, tinta

pots, rope, dewdrops, teardrops, silicone gun, fabric remnants, stamp, ink

 

En la tienda on line de The Robin´s Nest encontraremos:

 

The Robin´s Nest on line store will find:
 
Espero que os guste!!. 
I hope you like it!!
 
 
Vamos con el paso a paso!
Come on with step by step!
 
 
Aplicamos silicona caliente con la pistola, y vamos pegando los dewdrops alrededor.

We apply hot silicone with the gun, and we stick the dewdrops around.

 
 
Añadimos un trozo de tela y un lazo de cuerda.

Add a piece of fabric and a rope bow.

 
Para el segundo, utilizamos la técnica del decopatch.
For the second, we use the decopatch technique.
 
Para el tercero, enrollamos nuestra cuerda alrededor y añadimos un lazo con dewdrops.
 For the third, we roll our rope around and add a loop with dewdrops.
Y para el último, aplicamos pasta de textura, y una vez seca, le aplicamos un sello y lo decoramos con dewdrops. Terminamos enrollando cuerda alrededor y un lazo.
And for the last one, we apply texture paste, and once it dries, we apply a seal and decorate it with dewdrops. We ended up wrapping rope around and a bow.
 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!.

How to Make an Amazing Gumball Machine Embellishment

Welcome,
It’s Karen here. I hope you are ready to make an amazing gumball machine embellishment. This would even look great on a scrapbook layout. Dew Drops come in every color and are perfect gumballs. I didn’t have a gumball machine rubber stamp or die so I made my own. It is super easy! Let’s get going!

Supplies:

Directions:
1. Stamp a circle with black ink onto white cardstock. I actually used an ornament stamp for the gumball globe.  Alternatively, use a circle punch to cut a 2.5″ circle.

2. Cut two rectangles from red card stock for the base and top of the gumball machine. Add a narrow red strip along the base, a knob, and a dispenser. Use a black marker to create the appearance of the tunnel where the gum would exit. Assemble the pieces.

3. Select primary color Dew Drops and adhere them to the gumball machine. Take care when assembling them so that each gumball rests naturally in the valley that is created by the two beneath it. This will give an authentic and natural appearance rather than trying to create neat and precise rows. Set aside to thoroughly dry.

4. Use a polka dot embossing folder to add texture to white card stock.

5. Stamp a sentiment in the upper portion using black ink. Trim it and attach it to a red card base leaving a narrow 1″ red border on the right side.

6. Attach the gumball machine to the lower right corner overlapping the edge.

7. Use liquid adhesive to add a gumball in the dispenser, as well as, some loose gumballs near the base.
A Closer Look at the Details…

Other Supplies:

red card base (5×7″)
card stock (white & red)
black marker
black ink pad
circle & sentiment stamp
polka dot embossing folder
liquid adhesive

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If you’d like to see more of Karen’s amazing projects, visit her blog Art & Soul.

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