Resin Coasters – Aqua Flora

Hello everyone, Nivisha here! Today, I am back with another amazing idea for resin coasters. I named this set of coasters aqua-flora because they have various shades of cool blue and pretty flowers. This time I made the coasters with a different style and using different things to accessorize my coaster. Let's begin Materials required : Little Birdie resin clear 500 ml Little Birdie resin hardener 250 ml These come in a pack together. I will attach the link below. Paper cups Ice Read more...

Resin Coaster – Lavender Touch

Hello everyone, Nivisha here! I hope you are doing well. This time I am back with something very unique and it is not related to fluid art. I tried working with resin for the first time. Here are some observations I made about the Little Birdie's resin: It is very quick. My coaster was ready in less than an hour. There were not many bubbles while I was mixing it. I really loved the quality of the resin. Let's get started ! This was my first try at it.... I hope you all Read more...

Fluid Art Coasters With A Twist

Hello everyone, Nivisha here with you today. I am super excited to share this creation of mine with you all. It is absolutely stunning and has a very pretty aesthetic. The most surprising thing about these coasters is that they do not have acrylic pouring paints. Fluid art without pouring paint? Yes you heard me right. I did not use pouring paint. Instead I tried working on these coasters with different variations of paint. I used CHALK PAINT!! so let's begin!! Materials Required: 1.Paper Read more...

Fluid Art Pen Stand

Hello, Nivisha here! I am back with an amazing product. This time I painted a quirky pen stand to give my boring study table a little bling. You should definitely try this as it looks stunning! Let's get started! I will attach a link to all the products below Timeless teal and pearl white Pouring paint Ice cream sticks paper cups pouring medium wooden pen stand STEP 1 Place the stand over a cup to avoid spilling paint on the surface below. STEP 2 Mix Read more...

Romantic Heart – Pour Painted Heart

Hello everyone, Nivisha here with some romantic craft ideas. So what if the Valentine's Day is gone...romance has no season! The Valentine's month is still on y'all and you can make a loving gift for a special someone anytime! I am gonna show you how to make the perfect handmade gift that spells love! Let's get started!!! Material Required I will attach a link of all the materials used in the bottom. STEP 1 Take a MDF heart. Place the wooden heart on the top of an inverted Read more...

Fluid Art Alphabet

Hello My Creative Buddies! I am pretty sure all of us are busy with our studies preparing for our exams, starting a new college semester . How about a little decorative piece for our study table? Yes, You heard me right. Today I will tell you how to paint an alphabet which can be easily placed on a study table and decorates the corner perfectly. I arranged my letter from a local wooden shop and asked them to cut it according to my preferences. You can also use Itsy Bitsy's paper mache letters Read more...

Fluid Art on Ceramic Flower Vase

Hello creative folks! Welcome back to my second post.During this lockdown period I am pretty sure that all of us have engaged in creative activities. I have worked a lot on making my room look more aesthetic . To add a little accessory in a corner I decided to put a flower vase. I will show you how I did acrylic pour on the vase and made it look super cute! Let's get started STEP 1  Keep a plastic sheet under the vase to avoid spilling paints on the surface. STEP 2  Under Read more...

Christmas Themed Coasters

Hello Everyone , Nivisha here! The most festive time of the year is here! It's the time to spread happiness and positivity . It is also the perfect weather for some delicious hot chocolate. Thinking of hot chocolate I decided to paint some coasters in the colours of Christmas i.e. red and green. Keeping these coasters under my hot chocolate mug will give it a very festive feel. So let's begin! Material required: Little Birdie Pouring Paints colours: Cherry Tomato and Grassy Green Little Read more...