Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Tag featuring The Robin's Nest Dewdrops

                 
                  Hello Folks..
                  Here I am on the blogg to share my latest project as a DT member..
                  Let me show you the glimpse of the project followed by the video see through..
               
             



Check out the link for the see through 

https://youtu.be/8ij_D3FKl64


Thankyou:)
Sheetal Thakore



Sunday, January 14, 2018

How to Make a Dollar Store Valentine Something Special with Dew Drops

Hello and Welcome to the blog today - Shelly here with a super cute Valentine project that started with a Dollar Store purchase!  I went in for shoe laces, but these funky ceramic lips in the Valentine aisle caught my eye and went home with me. 

A little bit of time and a bottle of Dew Drops - the result is an adorable, sparkly set of lips to adorn my vanity.


What I used:

Dollar Store Ceramic Lips (Seasonal Aisle - Valentines Day)
Orchid Mix Dew Drops
Butterfly Sequin

The Lips in their original form

Orchid Dew Drop Mix

Optional (but makes applying Dew Drops SO easy!)
Best Glue Ever
Embellie Gellie

What I did:

  • Apply glue with gloved fingertip, allow to set until clear and tacky


  • Using Embellie Gellie or Tweezers, apply Dew Drops to ceramic piece


  • Embellish upper lip with a sequin butterfly


I hope you enjoyed this Dollar Store makeover!  Thanks for stopping by the blog today - have a creative week!


Shelly



Thursday, January 11, 2018

My Magic Winter

Hi everyone!!

Here is Elisa from Italy and today I want to show you how I used the "Baby Boy" Dew Drops Mix by The Robin's Nest for giving some lighness to my new Art Journal Pages...



I really love this Baby Boy Dew Drops Mix!!! Inside it you can find silver and white dew drops, crystal diamond drops and light blue tear drops too!! An this colors match perfectly with my Art Journal pages!!!



Would like to see the processing video?? Here is it:



And here are some details pictures too:

Drops behind the wooden stars

Here you can see a snow flakes created with 6 crystal diamond drops and one silved dew drop











I hope you enjoy my project!!
Till next time!!

Elisa




Dream Big canvas



Hello everyone! Thanks for viewing the Chattering Robins blog today!
My name is Jenn and today I am sharing my first post using the amazing dew drops from the Robin's Nest!

I am an avid art journaler and I decided to try applying my journaling style and techniques to a canvas resulting in this adorable little wall hanging!
The Dew Drops from The Robin's Nest are a great way to not only add color and sparkle, but also subtle texture to your projects.

To begin, I started creating the background onto a canvas 5" X 7". Applying white gesso first and allowing to dry ensures a nice surface for paint and other mediums.



Add stamping and let the ink dry or dry with a heat tool. I used a script stamp and a butterfly with black archival ink.
Next, add bright color palette using several ink sprays. Spritz with water and tilt canvas to allow it to run and mix. I added a pinch of salt and dried my color with a heat tool to get the above result. Add some splatters of the colors used and dry.
Using a stencil with water creates this lovely shadow effect.

Using the same stencil with embossing ink and embossing powder adds even more texture.
Finally, lay out your embellishments and once they are all where you like them use adhesive or matte gel to adhere them to the canvas. (I later painted my frame and changed things around a bit to differ from this picture)

The Dew Drops are an amazing embellishment that adds so much to the design!
For this project, I used the following Robin's Nest Dew Drops

Thanks so much for viewing my post today!
 Be sure to look online at all of the amazing products The Robin's Nest has to offer!

Until my next post, Happy creating to all!
X Jenn

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Mini Pocket Book

Hello Everyone Shanta here, I hope all is well. I wanted to share this small mini book I made out of a sheet of paper using dew drops from the store. I have included the video if you like to see how it was created.


Supplies:







Sunday, January 7, 2018

A gift box - how to adhere the Robin's Dew Drops

Hello to all Robin's Nest's fans! This is Libeeti here, with a fun project of a gift box, you can easyliy make yourself.
Recently, at work I was assigned to a project and a colleague of mine helped me very much with it. I wanted so show her how much I appreciated her help and support, so I've made her a gift box, out of thick cardstock, covered with pp and decorated with the fabulous Robin's Dew Drops.

This is how my box looked after I've built it, and before I decorated it.


And this is how it looked in the end, after decroating it with Robin's Dew Drops. Doesn't it just look so fancy and beautiful?
 Now, we've all stuglled many times with adhering small embellishments, especially if they're translucent, right? 
 Well, Robin's Nest came up with a fab tiny doble-sided glue dots, that are so perfect for adhering their beautiful dew drops, it called Dew Dew Glue!
 But how to take these tiny glue dots and put them on my project?!
I have a little tip for you - use a craft knife and gently peel off the tiny glue dot from the  sheet and put it carefuly whereever you wish your embellishment to be.
 You see how easy peasy it can be?
 In order to pick the dew drops, I simply scattered them out on my desk, and picked what I wanted with the tweezers. I feel like it's a party, seeing all those beautiful shiny dew drops scattered around :).
 Here's some close-ups on the dew drops decorations:


Robin's Nest's products thae I've used:


If you wish to know how to build a box like mine, you can visit my blog and my youtube channel, where you'll find a tutorial how to build a gift box.

Thank you for visiting the Robin's blog and I hope you'll find my tips useful.

Have a wonderful day, 

Libeeti


Saturday, January 6, 2018

Dreaming Of Spring:An Embellished Pendant Necklace How To

Hello there!
Welcome to Chattering Robin's blog.

Michelle here today, sharing a project
focusing on the beautiful Dew Drop Collections
from The Robin's Nest.


Recently while "straightening" up my 
craft room, I came across some 
Microscope Slides & Metal Frame Pendants
I hadn't used in my jewelry making stash.

So with a lot of longing for spring
(sub zero temps here have been ridiculous)
and the urge to get back into some jewelry making,
I decided to create a pendant using 
selections from The Robin's Nest Dew Drop Collections.


I wanted to give a watercolor look to the glass.
So, I began by using one coat of clear gesso on one side of each of the slides.

Once dry, I used ink sprays in pink and blue
over the gesso's sides, and while wet
I sprinkled some pale green fine glitter over the spray,
then immediately put the slides together, securing with the frame.

I also used the same ink sprays
on light blue vintage seam binding.

Using a selection of colors from the Silver Bells, Riverside
Sprinkles Mini Dew Drops & Sea Glass Tear Drops collections,
I used mixed media glue around the frame, 
alternating silver & purple mini dew drops.

In opposite corners I used the tear drops 
to accent the frame.

Wanting a bit of whimsy, I chose to used miniature
paper flowers in the outside center of the glass, 
adding a blue mini dew drop to each, and coating
the petals with liquid glass, toad stability to the flowers.


Tying it all up with the vintage seam binding, the look is complete.


Thank you for stopping by today.

For the Dew Drop Collections I used in this project,
and so much more, visit The Robin's Nest online store
at this link:


http://shop.robinsnest-scrap.net/main.sc

You can also find The Robin's Nest on Facebook,YouTube & Pinterest.

Until next time.......Happy Crafting!






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