Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Rustic Atc´s with DewDrops by Angie Scrapchild

Hola saleros@s!!: 

Hello "saleros@s!!:

Se acerca el otoño y empezamos a ver la gama de los tostados y marrones. Seguro que necesitamos
algunas etiquetas para adornar nuestra bolsas kraft de regalo. Hagamos unos atc muy rústicos para embellecerlas.
Autumn is coming and we start to see the range of toasted and brown. I'm sure we need some labels to adorn our kraft gift bags. Let's make some very rustic atc to beautify them.

Materiales que vamos a utilizar :
Materials that we are going to use:
dewdrops, cartón, liza, diecuts, gesso blanco, distress negro.

dewdrops, cardboard, liz, diecuts, white gesso, black distress.

En la tienda on line de The Robin´s Nest encontraremos:
The Robin´s Nest on line store will find:
Large Clear Dew Drops

Espero que os guste!!. 

I hope you like it!!

Vamos con el paso a paso!
Come on with step by step!

Recortamos los atc (2,5¨x 3,5¨) y con la espátula extendemos gesso blanco o pasta de textura.We cut the atc (2.5 x 3.5) and with the spatula we spread white gesso or texture paste.

Entintamos bordes de diecuts. We ink diecuts.

Con la tijera raspamos los bordes. With the scissors we scrape the edges.

Añadimos los dewdrops, los diecuts, y la liza creando composiciones similares, aunque diferentes.
We add the dewdrops, the diecuts, and the slide creating similar, albeit different, compositions.

 Entintamos los bordes. We inked the edges.

 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!.

Saturday, October 12, 2019

Rainbow Heart Card

Hello Ladies,
It's Karen with today's post and I do hope you like rainbows as much as I do.  I find that I have really loved them since childhood and as adult I just feel my mood lighten when I see something made in rainbow order.  I wanted the Dew Drops to be the star of the show so I kept my card CAS. (clean & simple)
Of course once you see my tutorial, I think you will agree how you can easily make embellishments like this and attach them to various projects like scrapbook layouts or wall art.  I think a monogram letter using Dew Drops would be a stunning project as a gift for someone special.  Enjoy!



1. Cut a heart from white cardstock. Apply liquid adhesive to a small section of the heart.  Adhere a selection of different shaped red Dew Drops by placing rough diagonal rows along the left edge.  Continue adhering a variety of orange and yellow Dew Drops.

2. Continue adding more rows nestling the Dew Drops closely. Add green, teal, blue, and purple Dew Drops.  Place the Dew Drops slightly overhanging the edge of the heart so that the paper heart guideline is more discreet. 
3.  Set aside to dry thoroughly.  Finally, attach the embellishment to a cardbase.

TIP: Rather than gluing the Dew Drops directly to the cardbase I worked on a separate cardstock heart.  I knew I needed a thicker piece of cardstock because of the large number of Dew Drops used would add a great amount of weight to the card.  Also, I was concerned that the amount of liquid glue I would be using would most likely warp the cardbase.  Another benefit of doing this was that I did not have to create a freehand heart or try to erase pencil markings at the end.  Working on a separate cardstock heart allowed me to get perfect placement of the finished heart on my project.  To prevent disappointment and unnecessary frustration, I recommend always starting with a simple pre-cut shape of thick cardstock.

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

Thanks for visiting! Come back soon!

Popsicle Sticks Tag

Hello Craftivators!

It’s me Fairuz Fabiha here from Craftivation.
Today be sharing an inspirational post with you guys. This is a popsicle sticks tag that I made for the Robin’s Nest design team.

Close up photos:

Used supplies:
1. Popsicle sticks
2. Gesso
3. Acrylic paint
4. The Robin’s Nest dewdrops
5. Butterfly sticker
6. Paper die-cuts
7. Metallic paint
8. Texture paste
9. Paper flowers
10. Inkpad
11. Stamp
12. Stencil

Used Robin’s Nest Dewdrops:

Hope you guys will find this inspiring and try this out yourself!

Thanks for visiting my blog. Hope you guys liked this. To see more of my work, you can follow  me on INSTAGRAM and subscribe to my channel YouTube channel-CRAFTIVATION 

And don’t forget to keep craftivating your dreams! ❤️

Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Mini Dew Drops in my Coloring Book

Hello Crafty friends,

Marie-Christine with you today! I used mini Dew Drops in my coloring Book Diary.

How to do

This is my Coloring Book before I started to color it. It is a creative Diary.

I started to color the left page with Distress Oxide and stencil. I added some mini Dew Drops on the background.

Then, I colored with markers the right page, I chose bright colors and added some pink and blue Mini Dew Drops. Very quick and easy!

 Mini Dew Drops, I used

Other products
 Creative Diary
Distress Oxide

Here the result!

Thank you for visiting!

Design Team


Saturday, October 5, 2019

Trick-or-Treat Bag with Dew Drops

Hello all,

So, in my house, October 1st is the first day of  "Craft Season".  It's time to unpack the holiday craft stash, listen to holiday music, and craft my little heart out.  I love the Holiday Season!  That being said, I am sharing with you a cute little Trick-or-Treat bag embellished with dew drops.  Be sure to check out the Quick Tips Mixed Media Video below for the details.

The Robin's Nest

Other Supplies:
  • Small craft bag with handle
  • Computer Grafix Clear Film for Inkjet
  • Recollections Halloween die - Nested Pumpkins
  • Graphic 45 - 6 x 6 Halloween Paper
  • Tim Holtz idea-ology Stickerbook - Curiosities

Quick Tips Mixed Media Video

Now, I am off to make a few more of these cute little Halloween Bags as I need one for each grandkid!

Happy day, 

It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas with Dew Drops

Christmas is around a couple of corners, but it is never to early to think about decorations.  A recent study said that the earlier you put up your tree the happier you are.  Cause and effect?  Not sure, but it is a great time to think about creating ornaments.


1.  Dollar Tree Light Bulb Ornaments
2.  Dew Drops (1 - 2 Tbsp per ornament) use as much as you like
3.  Embellishments - ribbon, snowflake, stickles
4.  Liquid adhesive


1.  Remove tags from ornaments
2.  Fill with mini dew drops (I used blue, white and clear and the Regency Mini Dew Drops
3.  Tightly screw on top
4.  Embellish with ribbon and/or other items as you like  (I used Winter Snowflake Glittering Chipboard).

Hope you enjoy this super-quick, fun, project.  They make great gifts and decorations for your tree.

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