Friday, October 9, 2015

Invite Tag By Cindy brow

Hello Today I present a tags creation for The Robin's Nest scrap. I liked using the news collection of Paper. This month is Halloween!!!!! Take a minute for see my invite Party. 

Be sure to watch my video below

I love having fun with The Robin's Nest Products

Supply List of Products used in Project

Metallic Silver Dew Drops
Classified Mini Dew Drops
Twine Black

Other products:
Quick Dry Tacky glue
Alphabet3 stamp of Lime Citron
Soft Matte gel of Finnabair
ink White Prima
Tuxedo Black
Love letter
Wedding Dress

I thank life for allowing me to be inspired by this wonderful company The Robin's Nest. 
Instructional Video by Cindy Brown 

I love using new products to discover. 
You will see in my video which he made for all the stages for realized a page.

Remember to come and participate in a magnificent challenge every month from 10th to 9th of each month .. There are beautiful sketches that are prepared for you. It is here. 

Thank you for visiting. I love your comments .
Please feel free to visit my blog for regularly projects and videos.

Have a nice day, Cindy Brown

So Thankful for this Young Lady

Colleen here with a layout today.

I started with  Boy Star Glitter cardstock and used the backside of the paper.  I misted with some brown mist.

 I then used Nest Cowboy and added some glue and paint along the sides.

By putting white glue down on your paper and letting it become tacky you can then add a darker color paint of the glue and when it dies it looks cracked and weathered.

I layered the photos over the top of the back of side Nested Cowboy that I inked and roughed up the edges, also turned some of that paper over and did the same thing to it, tied some thread around the top and then another layer of some left over Clear-on-Blue-Swirl-Glitter Cardstock that I tore and used the backside of the paper.

I added some light colored burlap and then added Viva-Rub-On on top of the burlap, first time I have tried that and it was very easy.

I made the flowers from some of the burlap and muslin,  The center of the flowers are button that I covered with the Nested Cowboy paper.  I added some feather and the little filler flowers are ones I made with seed beads.

Thank you for looking.

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Celebrating Fall and Thanksgiving

Hi.. it's Bev here today celebrating fall and the fabulous Robin's Nest Collections for Halloween and Fall. Both mix well together. My photos are from Canadian Thanksgiving which we celebrate in October. Love the photos with the grandkids.

Supply List:
Robin's Nest Products:
Other: stitching, punch, washi tape

In the close ups you can view the layers, details and accents. This page started with a tilt of layers so the slightest pop of orange is in the background with the tilted piece of black coming forward to the print white and gold piece. In the upper corner on the white is the rubon fall accent. and the title Give Thanks is also rubon. The photo is matted for more pop of colour. Corners have washi tape and ribbon accent.  Close up of the centre is in the next photo.

Super fun coloured leaves and a punched border base the photo and also see the great tear drop dew drops clustered into the rubon and leaves.

This close up gives even a better view with details in the upper left side of the page.

Ribbon is bold and bright to add colour pop to the page  and what a great turkey image on the paper.



Thanks for stopping by .. hope you have a great fall experience.

Sacrifice and Service for America

Hello Chattering Robins Readers,
Robin posting today.

It's been a fun week!  
I have been home! 

Dana and I go on adventures for weeks at a time,
this is retirement for us, not that all 
adventures are play, but none the less 
they are adventures.

So to be home and scrapbooking is so relaxing,
I have missed it!

Today I am posting a few layouts about our kids,
Josh our son and his wife Robyn.

Can you believe it, he married someone with my name!!!!
Such a great son, and we love Robyn with all our hearts.

Josh has been in the army around 15 years, 3 deployments,
and lots of extra time training soldiers.

Robyn requested photos 
with her handsome military husband.
This week and next week I will share with you
some of these photos.

I so love this photo!

I also have a photo of  just their feet, I'll try to add it at the end.
I went through my file of army and America
stuff and what I had didn't really fit what I wanted for this page.
So I brought other elements into the layout to marry love 
and military to one page.

I used  Robin's Nest Classic Red Glitter Cardstock

Red Classic Swirl Glitter Cardstock

and blue stars on red glitter paper.

All the other elements come from other sources.
Except red diamond drops, pearl dew drops.

With the red shoes and the red beret this page needed red!

Gina's Designs is one of my favorite places to
get elements.  From Gina I have used, a white doily,
Heart this, and Joy.  

You can find elements in so many places,
the flag stamp is from a mailing that I wasn't going to use,
and saved the stamps, came free in the mail.

You can purchase this paper from our website


Hope you love this layout!



Monday, October 5, 2015

A little fairy tale

Hi again friends! Posting today for The Robin's Nest - I've been thinking ahead a little, thinking about all the things I have to be thankful for and I decided to create a few cards with that in mind.
The awesome Robin's Nest products I used are:
First I made my top fold card base of 4.25 x 5.5. I cut out the sentiment I wanted to use from the reversible Wedding Cut-Outs Cardstock (you can chose any sentiment you'd like) and mounted it onto a 1/8" around larger black cardstock mat. I set that aside for later. 
I then turned to the 1st layer of my card. I decided to use this beautiful Black on White Damask Thermal and I cut it to measure 4 x 5.25. I then used the reverse side of the  Wedding Cut-Outs Cardstock which happens to be the beautiful script paper that is peaking out from under the damask paper. I cut it to measure 3 x 3. I glued it to the card base on the bottom right corner. I then took the black damask paper and rolled the edge using my bone folder. I glued it to the card base on top of the smaller piece of script paper.
 I used a glue dot to adhere the edge back up on itself. Using a bit of glue, I added the shimmery red dew drop that came from the Rosy Straw package. Now that the base and 1st layer are set, I moved on to the sentiment. We have already layered it onto the slightly larger black cardstock, and now we get to add it to the card face!

I added foam pop dots to the sentiment and before I added it to the card front I decided to manipulate the straw from the Rosy Straw pack to the underneath using scotch tape to keep it in place. I have found this the easiest way for me to make this straw stay right where I want it. After I got it right where I wanted it, I added it to the upper center of the card front. I added a really cute Heart RN Paper Clips to the side and called it complete!
I hope you will click on over to The Robin's Nest to gather all your crafting needs!  Have a magical day! Thanks so very much for taking time out of your busy day to read my little post.
Thanks so much for stopping by today!
Take care and hugs to you!
Peggie Sue

Dream cards

Today I would like to share my new cards for  The Robin's Nest 
with amazing chipbord, paper and dew drops
and this time I prepared a video tutorial

And here is a video tutorial: 

  For my card I used:
The Robin's Nest paper and dew drops  
all chipbord are produced by Gina's Design

Have a nice day!

And do not forget to join us in our monthly challenge 
and win a prize!

Halloween Night


 Halloween layout with fun Robin's Nest products!

We just moved in to our new home on Halloween several years back and the children had long since flown the nest so who can I dress up for the night?  That's right my fur babies!

As we gear up for the holidays our time spent of crafting lessens.  So today I would like to show you how to create this cute layout in minimal time.  We start off with this adorable  The Robin's Nest-Black Bat Cardstock.
Black Bats Glitter Cardstock

I had bits and pieces of purple card stock and The Robin's Nest-Forest Trees Specialty paper  which I torn in strips.  The pumpkins were painted orange then tipped with white paint to give them a moon glow. One of the pumpkins with vine was placed in the top corner over the card stock pieces.
 Last month you saw my layout(if not check on my September 14th blog post)with the black bats.  The Robin's Nest-Bats Glitter Chipboard contains both black and purple bats. This time I used the purple ones to contrast with the  black bat Cardstock.  Using Helmar liquid Scrap dots they are now elevated on the page to add a 3d look.

To begin the main piece I took one strip of , The Robin's Nest-Forest Trees Specialty paper which has a tree design on the front and a gold and cream design on the back and  punched them with two separate lace designs.  One piece is placed on the bottom and the other on top of the purple torn piece. They add light and airiness to the design.  The web chip board was first painted black then embossed with Lindy's Stamp Gang-Silver Moon Turquoise embossing powder.
The picture was matted in black.  I found this purple chip board frame in my stash which is the perfect color for the bats!  I couldn't resist using it to frame my sweet Dorry who has long since left us.  I glued a piece of cardboard on the back of the picture so I could tuck bits and pieces underneath.  Now on to the layers!  First I placed the rub on title from The Robin's Nest-Halloween Rub-ons.
Next I placed my pumpkins and spiderwebs followed by the flowers and cheese clothe and ending with my little fussy cut spooks!

Voila the project is complete!
Thank you for stopping by and having a peek.  I hope what you have seen inspires you to let your own creativity take flight!  Don't forget to check out the store to see what's new or just to stock up on those items you need for your holiday crafts!  And don't forget to check out our monthly sketch challenge!

Items used:

Sunday, October 4, 2015

Rosette Pumpkins

Hi Robin's Nest fans! Jess here with the cutest little pumpkin you have ever seen.

Not only is is cute, but is is so easy to make.
Cut your rosettes out  of your Leaf Glitter Cardstock in several sizes.

I have two die cuts that cut three different size rosettes.  I cut out four rosettes and glued them together using my hot glue gun.  Once the rosettes were formed I simply stacked them on top of one another and used the hot glue again.
Cut two of the small leaves out of the Leaf Glitter Cardstock.  Poke a small hole in the top of each leaf and string through with a piece of green jute.
I went outside and cut a small stick off a flower bush in my yard to use for the stem.  The stem was glued in and then I tied on the leaves.
To make the tag use the oval from the Outdoors Sticker set and place it on top of plain cardstock.  Get your Fall Rub On set and use the "Give Thanks" on your oval.

Tie the sicker on the stem and your pumpkin is complete.

These are so fun and quick to make up.  I hope you give it a try.


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