2.26.2013

Spring Holidays


...using Tear Drop Dew Drops from The Robin's Nest...

Yes, We love to celebrate over here. And there are all sorts of spring holidays to celebrate using Tear Drops.  Remember...they are 20% off this month!  




Hey, it really doesn't matter whether or not you are Irish.
St. Patty's Day is the day to show you're ready to celebrate by
going green!

Here I have created a pin..embellished with  Christmas Tree Dew drops and Ornament Minis.
(For a Full tutorial...check out my tutorial on the Creative Paperclay Company Blog.)

My DD also wanted to get into the scene...and use my tear drops.

She created a magnet for her locker...and I'm thinking that she has out done me!
(Wow..check out that rainbow selection of dew drops.)




Or...use these baubles on paper...and create a card to tell someone how lucky you are to be friends:

(To be posted soon...delayed photography...please come back!)

Papers Used:
Robin's Nest: Stencil Green







Yes, Valentines is over...
but there are 365 days a year that you should
 be telling someone that you love them:


Love is in the air.
Again, I used Christmas Tree tear drops and Ornament minis.


Papers Used:
Robin's Nest: Brick Fat Plaid




Boy...I haven't even gotten to Easter!
I'm going to have to think something up...and quick!

6 comments:

Becky said...

What a fabulous Valentines card. I love the design paper you used and love those cute little hearts. And what a cool shamrock.

Zella said...

Dawn, your card is lovely and the pin is just too cute! I can see that your daughter is a "chip off the crafty block" cause she did a great job too!

Lynn McAuley said...

Delightful tear drop designs!! I love the hearts on your LOVE card most of all!

Julie Short said...

Love the simplicity but the effectiveness of your design Dawn.

Karen said...

Great tear drops Dawn. Looks like you can do mega designs with them. Love your daughter's shamrock and the valentine's card is delightful

Bexx said...

Awwww I love your clovers! Off to attempt something similar in paper! Thanks for inspiring me!