Saturday, June 22, 2024

Flower Canvas Wall Art


Hi there! It's Debb from Clickersister's Gallery and I have a canvas project for you today. I needed something for my craft room wall, so I chose this canvas from the Robin's Nest. I already had a 12x12 frame, and chose a pretty piece of patterned paper with some gold foiling on it.

I used some Inca Gold in a pretty pearly pink to paint over the entire canvas, then let it dry overnight.

Then, using some sparkly acrylic paint, I painted over then pink outside of the petals and wiped it back, taking some of the pink off while leaving the sparkle behind.

I wanted to leave the dark pink inside the petals and remove the dark outside of the petals.

The muted color looks really nice with the paper that I chose!

To give the project dimension, I cut some craft foam into rectangles just a little smaller than the canvas.

I cut two pieces to really make the canvas pop!

I used double sided adhesive and adhered the layers together.

I had found a nice wildflower file on Etsy that would look great in vinyl on the front of the frame and cut it out with my cutting machine.

All weeded and ready to transfer.

The vinyl has been applied to the glass and it is ready for assembly!

The final project, fully assembled and it's a beauty hanging on the wall!

Thanks for stopping by today!

Saturday, June 8, 2024

Red Glitter Lipstick!


Hi! It's Debb from Clickersister's Gallery and I LOVE to make 3-D items! They're always a conversation piece anywhere around the house. The files can be cut out with a cutting machine or printed and cut by hand. This 3-D lipstick tube is so cute! I chose some papers with glitter and had to cut the lipstick out of glitter paper for fun. I couldn't decide which Dew Drops to use because I liked both the regular red and the gloss red.

It was easy peasy to assemble the tube and the lipstick. Here I'm ready to attach the glitter lipstick to the top of the tube.

And I finally chose the regular red dew drops with the dew dew glue to attach as bling to the lipstick tube.

Finished project, ready to be my next conversation piece!

Thanks for stopping by today!

Saturday, May 25, 2024

Thanks a Melon Easel Card


Here's a fun little card today featuring Dew Drops! Hi, I'm Debb from Clickersister's Gallery and I used a fun cutting file for a watermelon themed card. I chose my papers in the classic watermelon colors, and the teardrop Dew Drops in black.

I used my Silhouette and the cutting file to cut out the papers.

It was so easy to assemble an then use the Dew Drops and the Dew Dew Glue to add the "seeds" to the watermelon.

Finished card...

It's also an easel card! You can use your own stamps or hand write a thank you note!

Thanks for stopping by today!

Saturday, May 11, 2024

Trendy Tote


Hey, friends! This is Debb from Clickersister's Gallery and today I'm bringing you a cute purse that can be used for a decoration or a small gift bag. I used a file that I had purchased from a website, chose my papers, and cut them out. This file also included a printable template to cut by hand. It's totally adorable!

Part of the assembly is folding and gluing the straps and attaching the leather-look pieces to the purse.


After the bag is assembled it's time to choose the bling! I love how Dew Drops can be used to look like hardware! I used the gold Dew Drops with the Dew Dew Glue to look like the rivets holding the handles on.

The adorable completed bag...


Thanks for joining me today!

Saturday, April 27, 2024

Wooden Planter Box

Hi there! It's Debb from Clickersister's Gallery and I have a home decor project for you today. I started with a wooden hexagon planter from the hobby store, some extra spray paint that I had, and a few flowers and vines. I also used a piece of scrapbook paper but if you just want to spray paint the back, you could do that.

I spray painted the inside and outside and cut the paper to fit on the inside.

Then I had a scrap piece of floral foam (I just use what I have on hand), and I used hot glue to attach it to the inside of the box.

I picked out the dew drops to match my flowers and started inserting stems and flowers into the floral foam.

This was a lot easier than I thought it would be, and I really liked the look after I was finished!

Now to attach the dew drops with the dew dew glue. I used three on each corner.

This really turned out better than I imagined! Thanks for stopping by today!

Saturday, April 13, 2024



Hi friends! Debb here from Clickersister's Gallery and I have a new project for you today!

I've made these before using the large carboard signs from the hobby store. They really are quick and easy but they look fantastic when they're done!

For this project I used a welcome sign. I chose patterned papers that went well together and Dew Drops to coordinate with the papers.

Start off by painting the edges of the cardboard. No need to paint the front, you'll be covering it with paper.

When the paint is dry, turn your paper and your cardboard face down and trace around each letter as good as you can. Where the letters are connected you'll have to "imagine" the cutting line. It's helpful to just do one letter at a time. Cut the letter out on the INSIDE of the pencil line so that it fits onto the FRONT of the letter when you turn it over. Gently glue into place.

This shows all the letters after they've been applied.

Now the fun part! Using the coordinating Dew Drops, place onto certain straight edges of the letters. If you like, you could actually line whole letters, but I chose to use a few other embellishments. Some ideas are: charms, small silk flowers and leaves, and ribbon.


I actually used a sari silk ribbon as a hanger after it was finished.

I hope you enjoyed this and thanks for joining me today!

Saturday, March 23, 2024

Hummingbird Canvas Decor


Hi! It's Debb from Clickersister's Gallery and I'm bringing you some rustic decor using Creative Dew Drops Canvas!

The first step is to distress the canvas. It was a bit harder than I thought it would be, but take your time and get those threads pulled on the edges and you'll get that distressed look that we want for this project.

Paint the canvas to your liking. I had to add some glitter paint to it. Teehee. Then I used some distress ink and randomly brushed it on the top of the canvas.

I had a scrap of lumber that fit perfectly and glued the canvas to it. I chose a complementary color of Dew Drops and used the Dew Dew Glue to attach onto the canvas.

For the final touch, I wrapped some twine around the top a few times and included some ribbon when I tied the bow.

Thanks for stopping by today!