Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Ensemble - Mixed Media card with Dew Drops

Hello my Crafty Friends,

Marie-Christine with you today with a Mixed Media Card. I used some Diamonds Dew Drops with my vintage theme.




How to do

I prepared my background with some spray inks.




When it is dry, I applied some more ink with a stencil.





I used a writing stamp on my background and I did some blue ink stains.



I prepared my circles with spray inks and stencil.




Then, I stuck them on my card and I used another stencil with embossing powder.


 

And to finish, I colored my vintage paper doll, stuck it and I added some diamonds Dew Drops.



Hope, I inspired you with this project!
 
 
 
Dew Drops I used
 
 
 
Others products
 
Stamp
watercolor paper (circles)
Embossing Powder
TCW Stencils
Spray Inks
Tim Holtz's Paper Dolls
 
 
  Thanks for stopping by the blog today!
See you soon for another tutorial!

Marie-Christine Denis
Design Team Member

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ATC Card and Box Start - To - Finish

Hello Everyone, 
I hope all is well. Today, I am sharing a Start - To - Finish video on a ATC Card & Box I created using the dew drops. Here is a direct link to The Robin's Nest Store!


Drops Used:

Please Click below to watch my video Start - To - Finish:






Until Next Time..
Shanta

Monday, November 26, 2018

A Dew Drop Canvas

Hello and welcome to another design team post. Today I will share with you a beautiful canvas that I painted and embellished with Dew Drops. I used Primary Dew Drops for this piece. Dew Drops can be purchased at The Robin's Nest.

PRIMARY DEW DROPS


Dew Drops


To make this canvas you will need the following supplies:


  • a canvas
  • Primary Dew Drops
  • flower die cutter or punch
  • acrylic paint
  • black in pad
  • washi tape


Follow along in the video below:








Thank you so much for stopping by! I do hope you enjoyed this tutorial. Please have a look around the blog for more inspiration. You can also visit my blog at www.papermachepatch.com.

Suzette

Skillshare: https://skl.sh/2QyIn93



Thursday, November 22, 2018

Shaker card "JOY"

Hi there!!

Here is Elisa from Italy and today I'm here with a very simple shaker card made using Dew drops "Jolly" as shaker elements.




It's really a simple card, with some 3D effect.. The Shaker Xmas ball has a double foam tape inside (so dew drops can shake); behind the sentiment joy there is a simple foam tape.
Other elements are the burlap string and the gold thin twine under the letter Y.






These are the dew drops I used:

Jolly Dew Drops



I really hope you would like to realize a Xmas Shaker Card too!!


Have fun!



Elisa

Colorful Christmas Cards with Dew Drops

Hello everyone and Happy Holidays!! Jenn here sharing my festive, colorful Christmas cards using Dew Drops! I just love the versatility of these wonderful little embellishments!
For my cards I used the folowing products from the Robin's Nest:

Other supplies:
Tacky glue
Colorful cardstock collection
Blue and teal cardstock
Cut out sentiments
White 5 X 6 1/2 card blanks
Foam Adhesive squares

These cards measure 5 X 6 1/2
Cut the base colors Teal and Navy to 4 3/4"X 6 1/4"
Layer with a piece of patterned cardstock 4 1/2" X 6" on top
Add dew drops to the snowflakes using a strong tacky glue and allow to totally dry before adding to cards.
Once they are dry add them to the cards along with other embellishments and cut outs. I used tiny foam adhesive squares for my snowflakes and sentiment cut outs.




Thanks so much for visiting the blog and viewing my post today! I hope that you are inspired to grab your supplies and create something beautiful too!
The Robin's Nest Drew Drops are an amazing embellishment for any crafting project. They are available in a huge variety of colors as well as some different shapes and sizes!!
They are conveniently available online:

Be sure to check out all of my fellow designers inspirational projects while your here!



Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Catchdreams Altered Frame


Hola saleros@s!!: 
Hello "saleros@s"!:

Nos acercamos a los meses más fríos del año por estos parajes. Y no quiero olvidar los alegres colores de la primavera que vendrá después.
We approach the coldest months of the year by these places. And I don't want to forget the cheerful colors of the spring that will come later.

 He querido reflejar estos tonos en mi proyecto de este mes  para  The Robin´s Nest.
I wanted to reflect these tones on my project this month for The Robin´s Nest.

 Os dejo con el paso a paso esperando que os guste el resultado!!
 I leave you with the step by step hoping you like the result!


 Vamos con los materiales:
 Let's go with the materials:
 Easter Dew Drops
Metallic Pink Dew Drops 
Hyacynth Dew Drops
 Water Dew Drops
Frame
Decorated Paper
Stencils
Distress ink
Die Cuts (leaves)
Sisal

Pintamos nuestro bastidor con pintura en spray, tras darle una capa de gesso. Entintamos con sellos. Después decoramos nuestro papel para el fondo del bastidor con stencil y tinta.
We painted our frame with spray paint, after giving it a layer of gesso. We inked with stamps.
 Then decorate our paper for the bottom of the frame with stencil and ink.



Encolamos nuestras plumas, previamente pintadas, añadimos el sisal también pintado.
We glue our feathers, previously painted, we add the sisal also painted.


 


 Y empezamos a decorar con nuestros dew drops en forma de cascada.
And we started decorating with our dew drops as a cascade.
 


Me encantará ver vuestras interpretaciones!!. Y no olvidéis seguirnos en Facebook.
I'd 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!.


Sunday, November 18, 2018

How to Make Incredibly Easy, Rustic "Snowy Night" Ornaments

Hallmark Movie playing, hot chocolate in my mug and getting my craft on!  Hello and welcome to the blog. Shelly with you today sharing an incredibly easy Christmas ornament with Dew Drops.


I used:

  • Dew Drops - Baby Girl Mix
  • Wood Round - Coaster Size
  • Black Acrylic Paint
  • Silver Sharpie Marker
  • Die Cut Silhouette (I am using a doe from a Tim Holtz Die)
  • Plaid Ribbon or fabric scrap
  • Eye Bolt



What I did:

  • Install eye bolt in top of ornament
  • Paint the wood round, following the contours, just inside the edge of wood round with black paint 
  • Using the silver Sharpie, trace around your painted background to clean up your line and add some sparkle
  • Glue silhouette to center of ornament
  • Add Dew Drops as desired to create your snowy night
  • Tie ribbon or fabric around base of eye bolt

So easy, but so cute!  These could even be used as gift tags - just use the silver Sharpie to write your "to" & "from" on the back.


Thanks for stopping by today - have a creative week!

Shelly



Do Small Things With Great Love- Using Dew Drops in a Mixed Media Project




Hello friends!  Mary here on the blog today showing you how decorated a wooden plaque with paints, stencils and of course, Dew Drops!


I started with a blank 8x8 plaque I got on clearance (yay for a good deal).  I covered the whole thing with white gesso so I had a good surface to work on. 

I dropped blue and white paint randomly on the plaque and then used one of my favorite art sponges to twist the paint around and make a cool circular pattern on the plaque.








I grabbed dark brown and light brown paint and put some on my palette.  I sponged the dark brown paint through a cherry blossoms stencil, being careful not to use too much paint on the makeup sponge.



Then, I used a small paint brush to add highlights on the branches with the light brown paint.




For the centers of the flowers, I used Goldenberry Dew Drops for the centers of the flowers, gluing them down with strong liquid adhesive, adding a bit of dimension and bling to the piece.


After the Dew Drops dried, I painted the flower petals white with fluid acrylic paint.





To give the flowers a more realistic look, I used permanent black in to make lines on the petals, and then used a pink marker over top of the lines to give the flowers some color.




I felt the raised border on the plaque needed to stand out a bit, so I colored it gold with a leafing marker.


I added some more gold, in the form of stamping with a script stamp, on the blue painted areas, careful not to get any gold on the flower petals or white areas.


I wanted to add a nice quote, so I glued a quote sticker down (so it would be permanent) after I cut the words out individually. Then I traced around the words with a small-nibbed brown marker.





Here is the final result with some close up shots!  




My Supply List:

Keepsake Décor 8x8 Plaque

Golden Gesso- White

Golden Fluid Acrylic- Teal and White

Liquitex Heavy Body- Titanium White and Phthalocyanine Green (blue hue)

ArtC Sponge with handle

Plaid Folk Art Stencil- Cherry Blossom

Makeup Sponges (from the dollar store)

Jane Davenport Neutrals acrylic paints- Brown and Light Brown

Dew Drops- Goldenberry

Ranger Glossy Accents Glue

Rotring Tikky Pen 3.0- Black

Tombow Dual Brush Marker- Pink

Krylon 18Kt Gold Leafing Pen

Small Script Stamp

Tsukineko Brilliance Ink - Galaxy Gold

Tim Holtz Quotations Metallic Stickers

Pigma Micron Pen 01- Brown


If you like this project and want to see more from me, please visit me on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube.  My screen name is Motley Mixed Media on all three sites.

Happy crafting!



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