Saturday, October 1, 2016

Colors Of Fall

Hello Everyone!
Welcome to Chattering Robin's.
 
Today I am sharing my latest project for
The Robin's Nest.
 
 
A small "nestling" tray, used as a niche' to showcase the beautiful colors of Fall.
 
 
 
SUPPLY LIST
The Robin's Nest
Glitter Leaf Cardstock
Brown Rope Glitter Cardstock
Metallic Gold Dew Drops
 
Additional Supplies
Fall Color Solid Cardstock
Leaf (various shapes) Die
Wood/Chipboard Scroll Design
Small Wood Tray/Niche'
Styrofoam Pumpkin (small)
Fall Color Acrylic Paint
Fall Color Glitter/Stickles
Copper Metallic Paste
Gold Metallic Spray Ink
Small Wooden Candle Holder
Stencil
Glue
 
I began with painting the tray and candle holder in a brown acrylic paint, then using my finger, I blended a copper color metallic paste over the sides, top, and frame in the back.
 
Using decoupage glue, I then added the Robin's Glitter Leaf Cardstock, to the inside base of the tray, and then used the Brown Rope Glitter Cardstock, on the back recessed area, and also on the front side, inside of the tray.
 
 
 
I sliced a small Styrofoam, premade pumpkin down the middle, and adhered it with glue.
 
Using fall color cardstock, I die cut various shaped leaves, brushing each one with ink around the edges, metallic paste, and then glitter.
 
To give a bit more definition, I used a diamond shaped stencil, along with the metallic paste, and a pouncing sponge technique, gave subtle definition to the outside sides of the tray.
 
 
 
I also painted the wooden scroll design with brown paint, and glazed with metallic paste. 
 
 
 
To finish, I clustered tricolor leaves to add to each side of the pumpkin, and dimensional adhesive dots, to give the appearance of falling leaves to the inside of the tray.
 
Lastly, I added Robin's Nest Metallic Gold Dew Drops to the front edges of the tray & scroll, once set, I also glued the scroll to the top facing edge, and the candle holder to the bottom.
 
 
Seems detailed, I wanted to capture the very essence of fall beauty in which I am surrounded by this time of year.
 
Thanks for stopping by!
Be sure to visit again soon, and see the many beautiful projects by the amazing Robin's Nest
design team.
 
 
 
Visit The Robin's Nest online store, for unique paper crafting paper, bling, embellishments and so much more!
  
 
 Crafty Blessings!
   
 
 

Friday, September 30, 2016

Thinking of You Card

Hi everyone! It's me, Tonya! It has been awhile since I've posted a project for the Robin's Nest but I am here today to share a card I created. 



Since Autumn is here I pulled out an assortment of cardstock that has a Fall like feel to it.



I started with a folded 6"x6" piece of Honeycomb Fluer Cardstock as my card base. The banners are cut from Brown on Brown Glitter and Brick Glitter cardstocks. The Brick Glitter banner I embossed with Tiles Embossing Folder and then I lightly inked with a Chestnut Roan Chalk Ink. I added a bead of adhesive to the top of each banner so I could add other elements under the banners later on.


I adhered at the top of the card a thin strip of Loves Me Cardstock on top of the embossed banner. Next I cut an On the Edge Distressed Doily from Honeycomb Distressed Cardstock and adhered it under the banners. From my own personal stash I added a tan colored doily in-between the banners.




I adhered a Doily from the Saffron Bike Diecuts Pack on top of the embossed banner. Next I cut flowers and leaves from the following cardstocks: Wrap Glitter CardstockVanilla Fluer Glitter CardstockOrange Crackle Glitter CardstockMoss Green Glitter Cardstock and the diecuts I used are as follows: Spring GreeneryHeart and Soul Flower and Spring Leaves along with some flower punches.


I shaped the leaves and flowers and adhered to the card along with twine and metallic thread. I added Dew Drops to the center of the flowers and I printed the sentiment from the computer, cut to fit and inked the edges before adding to the front of the card.
As always if you have any questions about this card please let me know.



Also be sure to stop by the Robin's Nest for all your crafting needs and the Chattering Robin's blog for tons of inspiration!


Supplies Used:

Robin's Nest: Honeycomb Fluer CardstockBrown on Brown Glitter CardstockBrick Glitter CardstockLoves Me CardstockHoneycomb Distressed CardstockSaffron Bike DiecutsWrap Glitter CardstockVanilla Fluer Glitter CardstockOrange Crackle Glitter CardstockMoss Green Glitter Cardstock Dew Drops

Sizzix: Tim Holtz; Tiles Embossing FolderOn the Edge Distressed Doily, Eileen Hull; Spring GreeneryHeart and Soul Flower and Spring Leaves
Other Supplies Used: Beacon Adhesives: Zip Dry Glue, Button, Sequin, Chalk Ink, Doily, Twine, Metallic Thread, Flower Punches

Thanks for stopping by, hope your day is awesome and enjoy creating!



Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Little Lady

Kadence is certainly a little Lady in this 
adorable picture of her.

And some of these grand kids are just so easy to
take pictures with, and they all turn out so cute.

I love how she wrapped a necklace around her head to
create this look.  Turned out so cute!


I did alot of layering on this picture using quite a few papers to create this look.

Rose Euphoria, Pink Glitter Chipboard, Girl Swirl,
Pink Diagonal Stripe, rose euphoria cards,
Pink diagonal, Glitter Pink Butterflies, Pink Sorbet,
And and Old black foil paper from the past,
and, dew drops, girl flower sticker, and pink mesh.

Everything else comes from my scrapbook stash.




Such a fun layout,
with such a cute girl!

Ciao,

Robin


Tuesday, September 27, 2016

MY HERO

Hi dear crafty friends,
It's Angela here and I have a new scrapbook page to show you that I made using the super fun Halloween collection by The Robin's Nest.
I love Halloween, it's inspiring to me and it's great fun.
I saw this amazing paper with a haunted house and a big moon that gave me the idea to create the page I'm about to show. The paper is so beautiful that it was a pity to cut it, so I decided to create just a small strip - about 3 inches - of a contrasting paper to allocate my title and my photo.
I sticked together the two papers with two different washi tapes.

Ciao miei cari amici,
Sono Angela e ho un nuovo layout da mostrarvi che ho realizzato usando la divertentissima collezione di Halloween di The Robin's Nest.
Io adoro Halloween, è fonte di divertimento e di ispirazione.
Ho visto questa fantastica carta con una casa stregata ed una grande luna che mi ha dato l'idea di creare la pagina che sto per mostrarvi. La carta è così bella che era un peccato tagliarla, così ho deciso di abbinarla ad una piccola striscia - circa 3 inches - di carta in contrasto dove posizionare foto e titolo.
Le due carte le ho poi attaccate una all'altra usando del washi.

You're My Hero Scrapbook Page by Angela Tombari for The Robin's Nest

Then I cut a piece of vellum like a beam of light to put pointing towards the moon.
Ho poi tagliato un foglio di acetato a forma di fascio di luce da posizionare puntato verso la luna.

You're My Hero Scrapbook Page by Angela Tombari for The Robin's Nest

I adhere it to the papers with a few glue dots under the photo and a bat on it and voilà!

Per attaccarlo ho usato delle glue dots messe sotto la foto ed un pipistrello e voilà!

You're My Hero Scrapbook Page by Angela Tombari for The Robin's Nest

Isn't it fun?
I wrote the journaling with a white gel pen on a black tag and, as a finishing touch, a few Dew Drops black and orange.
Hope you like it and get prepared to Halloween!

Non è divertente?
Il journaling l'ho scritto con una penna gel bianca sopra ad una tag nera e, come tocco finale, alcune Dew Drops nere ed arancioni.
Spero vi piaccia e preparatevi, tra poco è Halloween1

Love NG

The Robin's Nest Products used - Prodotti usati:
Spooky Dew Drops
Black Dew Drops
Orange Bones 12" cardstock
Haunted House 12" cardstock
Others - Altro:
Vellum - Acetato
White gel pen - Penna gel bianca
washi tapes
paper clips - graffette

Sunday, September 25, 2016

BOO

Tracy here today and we've been working on Halloween projects this month. This is a photo of my two granddaughters trick or treating last year. One is dressed as a witch  and the youngest is dressed as Tinkerbell. I love this photo and have wanted to scrap it for a while. When I saw the Halloween papers from The Robin's Nest I knew they were perfect for this photo.





Other Products:
Prima Stencil
Gelatos
Gesso
Washi Tape
Cardstock

To start I took some Gesso and mixed it with some green and orange gelatos and applied it to the grey cardstock using a Prima Crackle Stencil.


I layered the photo on some orange cardstock and the back side of both the Pumpkin Head Cardstock and the Camo Ghost Glitter Cardstock which I also distressed.  I also added one of the Spider Clippies to the corner of the photo.


I took the Spiderweb Glitter Cardstock and fussy cut out one of the webs and tucked it behind the photo.


I then fussy cut out one of the ghosts on the Camo Ghost Glitter Cardstock and placed that coming off the photo on the opposite side from the spiderweb.


I also fussy cut the Trick or Treat caption from the Glitter Word Titles, backed it with some orange cardstock and placed it at the bottom of the photo.


For the title I cut out one of the Boo's from the Boo Words Glitter Cardstock and popped it up and put three strips of washi tape behind it.


I wanted to add the date to the page. So just to balance the title, I layered several strips of the papers I matted the photo with and sewed them onto the bottom corner and tucked in a circle with the year written on it.


And of course I had to sprinkle some Spooky Dew Drops around the page just to add a little sparkle.



I love doing Halloween projects and really had fun putting this layout together.

Thanks for stopping by! 

















Saturday, September 24, 2016

Halloween Art Journal

Hello crafty friends!



Today, I would like to share with you an Art Journal page for Halloween!

I found a beautiful  family of girls who is very happy to celebrate Halloween, BOO!!!!

You can find great items for Halloween at "The Robin's Nest".



Halloween




Products I used



Others

Orange gelatos
Stencils
Black Gesso
Black Spray Ink
Image from Pinterest


How to do




Choose your material.






Color your page with orange gelato and spread with a baby wipe.







Use stencils with black gesso.




Cut out the ghosts, the house and the raven in the yardsticks.








Stick them on your page.






Add some Diamonds Dew Drop and the Rub-On. Then stick the picture.







What mysterious women!!!!

Thanks for stopping by today!



Marie-Christine
Design Team








Friday, September 23, 2016

Eat, Drink & Be Scary - Altered Paper Mache Book Box

Michael’s, Joann’s and Hobby Lobby - - they all have a plethora of paper mache and wood items just waiting for you (calling to you!) to put your personal touch on them!

I have chosen a paper mache book box to create a fun place to stash your Halloween treats.

So let’s get started….

Gather:

Paper Mache Book Box
Haunted House Cardstock (using striped side)
Spider Web Glitter Cardstock
Small scrap of any purple cardstock
Purple Diamond Drops
Orange and Clear Original Dew Drops
Red Heart Dew Drop
“Witches Dust” Die Cuts – Spider & Title (recollections, Michael’s)
Paint:  Matte Black (I used a spray paint)
           Chalky White (DecoArt)
Ink – Smooches by Clearsnap – Silver

Create:
  • Paint entire box black (don’t forget inside lid!)
  • Using a DRY paint brush, brush Chalky White paint in one direction on sides of box to mimic book pages
  • Use the silver Smooch to paint book spine details
  • Cut Spider Web Glitter CS to 5x8 and glue to top of box
  • Cut Haunted House CS to 5 x 2 ½ and glue to bottom have of Spider Web CS
  • Cut 2nd Piece of Haunted House CS to 4 x 7 and glue to inside of box lid
  • Using a scrap of purple cardstock, cut to 5 x ½ and glue to top edge of Haunted House CS on top of box
  • Attach foam pop dots to backside of your die cuts, flip over and add Red Heart Dew Drop to body of spider die cut and some randomly placed Orange Dew Drops to your title
  • Attach the spider to inside lid and title to top of box
  • If desired, add a Halloween inspired sticker or die cut to spine of your book
FILL WITH CANDY AND ENJOY!

Wishing you a spooky October!  Thanks for stopping by and have a creative weekend!
 
Shelly

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