Mini Booklet Album

Hello Everyone! Here's another inspiration from Virti Mehta. Today I will show you how to make a mini album in a pastel colour theme. I will also embellish it with some unique tricks! So, lets start the project. Firstly, we will be needing two sheets of the size 9 inches by 5 inches. Here, I have used the minimal printed card stock from the paper pack 'Birds and Berries'. This paper pack is very versatile with its lovely colours.   Now, We need to score those at 3.5 inches from Read more...

Single Sheet Album

Hello Everyone welcome to another blog by your craft buddy Virti Mehta. I often wonder that if any person who is not so much into crafts wishes to create something for their loved ones? How can I make their work easy, simple, attractive and at the same time they don't even have to invest much of their time. So, Here I present you an album made out of a single sheet! The best part is....it  can be created in just 10 minutes. Let's start making it. Primarily we need some handful of supplies Read more...

Magical Monogram

Hello Everyone! Welcome to another blog by your crafty friend Virti Mehta. Today I would like to ask you a question - Do you like something that is made particularly for you? Let me put it like this for you- won't it be great if someday someone gives you a handmade gift particularly for you only? Either way, your answer is going to be a BIG YES! So, today we are going to make a personalized monogram. Let us start right away. Firstly, We need a paper mache monograms. You find a wide Read more...

Embossed Stars

Hello and welcome to another blog by your fellow Crafter Virti Mehta. Today we will be working with a very exciting product ....The Little Birdie Embossing Paste. Now let's begin with the project. First,  we will start with a white card stock sheet in the size A4 . Next up, here I have placed a star shaped stencil on the sheet randomly and applied some Sparkle Paste with the palette knife. Allow it to dry. Next up, at the other end I have added purple texture embossing paste Read more...

Valentine Surprise Boxes!

Heyyy everyone! Welcome back to another blog post by your craft buddy Virti Mehta! As we know that Valentine's Day is just around the corner, so I thought we can make cute surprise boxes for our partners! Come on lets start making them! We will start with a 8 by 18 cm rectangular sheet. Well, here I used the Little Birdie 'True Love'  paper. As the pack's name suggests this paper pack is filled with  beautiful romantic elements and designs. It is just the perfect pack for Valentine's Read more...

Layout – Love Always

Hello Creatives, Virti here! Hope you guys are doing absolutely fine. And wishing you a great New Year too! As we are entering the last week of January, you guys already know that The V-Day is just round the corner! I thought what's better than sharing some amazing Valentine's Day, romantic flat lay that is super easy to make and so much fun to watch! Trust me you will enjoy the creation process! For the selection of paper packs, I chose Poppies and Roses, Because I think it's a Read more...

DIY Calendar 2021

Hello everyone!! First of all wishing you all a very Happy New Year from your craft friend Virti Mehta. Another year with so many more possibilities and opportunities has arrived. I can't wait to soak in all the positivity and New Resolutions. I'm here today with an inspiration to motivate you to make the New Year even more meaningful with a calendar using Little Birdie Birds and Berries paper pack. This paper pack is very versatile and full of positive thought which is something we need Read more...

DIY Christmas Wreath

  Hey everyone. Your Crafty friend Virti Mehta here. Hoping you are having an amazing and arty-crafty Christmas. What is Christmas without Christmas decor all around you? I have decided make a beautiful tinsel wreath Advent Calendar. Though new year eve is just a few days away, lets quickly get into making it. Firstly, we need a Christmas theme Paper pack in the size 15 cm*10 cm. Now secure all the 3 sides with tacky tape as shown in the image below. Now, Stick the Read more...