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Today I have a table top decor for you all with some handmade foam flowers made with Little Birdie's 'Bloom Foam'.
This is what I made....
Start making your foam flowers with a bloom foam flower making sheet. The thickness of these foams is 0.7 mm, just perfect for making realistic flowers.
Now, I took a cutting die and cut flowers using Little Birdie's Dream Cut die cutting machine. I coloured these with soft pastels and shaped these by rubbing Read more...
Hello everyone and welcome back to another blog by Virti Mehta. Today I have got a simple and kid-friendly banner idea, which can be customized as per your requirement and can be made using very simple and fun supplies.
Let's begin making it.
Firstly, we will cut a sheet of printed cardstock in the size 24 cm by 15 cm and next we need to cut it like a banner.
Then, will cut an OHP sheet also in the same size.
Thereafter, we need to add double-sided foam tape onto the sides and Read more...
Hi friends, Srigowri Rajesh is on the blog today to share the unique wall decor idea using Little birdie sculpture paste. The smooth and foamy paste is addictive to play with. I have created a rusty, antique look of the decor by using chalk paints and sculpture paste.
Take a MDF base and paint it with little birdie chalk paints. I chose charcoal and salsa red.
Mix little birdie sculpture pastes snow spread and rosewood colors to achieve the required shade. Since my project Read more...
Hello my arty crafty friends. DT member Vidhu Thareja is back on the blog with a new inspirational project.
We all love to decorate our homes and handmade decorative articles expresses our taste and makes our homes more beautiful. So, this time I thought of designing a decorative wall plaque which can be used as a key holder also. Without wasting any more time, let's start the project. I have a picture tutorial for you all, so sit back and enjoy this easy tutorial....
Itsy Bitsy has a wide Read more...
Kasturi here, back with a super interesting project. This time I am here to tell you about Little Birdie concentrated watercolor inks. I feel this medium is not as explored as watercolors but there is so much potential in this medium. I started using them recently and I am so much in love with all the colors already.
These Little Birdie Concentrated Watercolour Inks are available in 16 shades. These colors offer great vibrancy, super brightness, they are so pigmented and Read more...
Hello everyone Pooja here, I hope you are doing well.
Today I am sharing a beautiful handmade gift bag for which I used papers and Little Birdie elements sheets.
These elements sheets are beautiful and most importantly very economical
too. They are printed on 250 GSM acid free cardstock.
One can make many things like cards, layouts, gift envelopes, tags and many more with these element sheets.
You just need to cut them and they are ready to use! These elements sheets made very thoughtfully. Read more...
This time I am back with a really fun and surprise pouring technique which I had never tried before. Watch the YouTube link below to find out the surprise technique and do you share your feedback on it.
Hope you all are safe and healthly.
I am back with yet another video tutorial. This time, its a theme box .
Yes! we are going to decorate a MDF box with an antique look using 'The Classic Gentleman' paper pack on the occasion of Father's Day.
Here is the Video tutorial :
And this is the final result:
Hope you all like the tutorial.
Thanks for watching!
see you soon
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Hello and welcome back to another blog with DT member Divya Balasubramanian. Today, I have come back with super idea of using gilding flakes on sketching. Everyone can do this and you need no artistic skill. So, let's get started with it. I took a cartridge sheet and made a traditional "Thooli Art" drawing on it. This kind of art is also know as pictorial designs. I simply made this design of Yashoda and Krishna with Little Birdie - Gilding flakes . Next, I have used charcoal pencil and paper Read more...
Hello Crafters, DT member Nandhini Vasandan here and am back with a new and vibrant Moroccan Tray.
Wooden trays add a unique and personal touch to hosting guests at home. This Moroccan tray without a rim is a new and bold style. It makes a good gift too.
Let us now take a look at how I went about creating this tray.
I used an MDF board from the store. Itsy Bitsy has a wide range of MDF products and the quality is very nice. The surface is extremely smooth and does not require any preparation for Read more...