I'm not completely happy with these. After 145 shots, this was the best I could do. I really wanted to get the paper in the background nice and sharply focused in the water drop, but, alas, this was the best I could do. And figuring out how to keep the shadow of the faucet out of the shot was also an interfering variable.
But here they are, without further ado:
And this is the setup for the waterdrop photos. The patterned scrapbook paper is near the faucet, and I tried to use a reflector to diminish the shadow of the faucet cast by the flash. Settings were ISO 200, ss 1/250, and f/5.6. I tried using f/11 to see if I could get more sharpness of the pattern in the drops, but it allowed to much of the background to be in focus to be satisfying.