Altered Mixed Media MDF Panel

Namaste Friends!! Kriti this side....Hope you all had a great 2021.....keep healthy and keep crafting! Today, I have altered a MDF panel using lots of amazing products from Itsy Bitsy....So, sit back and enjoy the photo tutorial...... Before we begin, look at what I created and get inspired to create something today!   Let's start......... I took a MDF panel and covered it entirely with Little Birdie's White Gesso and left it to dry completely. 2. Then, I adhered Read more...

Mixed Media Wood Panel

Namaste Friends! I am Kriti Mishra. Today, I have created a mixed media wood panel using Little Birdie 'Element Sheets'. For this, I have written a detailed tutorial for all of you….So, sit back with a cup of coffee and enjoy the tutorial. This is the wood panel that I have created with some awesome supplies from Itsy Bitsy… I hope you get inspired and try it once… So, let’s start…. I took a scrap piece of wood and covered it entirely with black gesso after sanding Read more...

Resin Coaster

Hello  Itsy Bitsy fans, Rashida Yusufi here with you today to show you how to make a resin coaster using Little Birdie products. These coasters can be used for cold as well as hot coffee and tea cups. These also look aesthetic as coffee table decor. Materials used: Little Birdie Resin. Little Birdie Black, white, and gold pigments Heat gun Square silicone mould Note: ( while doing resin art it's important to wear gloves. Use plastic or silicon cup for mixing resin and Read more...

Festive Jewellery Set with Multi-surface Paints

Hi everyone, DT Serene  here. Hope you all are doing well. Welcome to today's blog post. I am very excited to share with you a beautiful jewellery set painted with the lovely Little Birdie archival multi-surface paints,  just in time for the festive season.  Archival multi-surface paints Premium water based, acid free, non-toxic, multi-surface paints. Satin finish with great coverage. Suitable for indoor and outdoor usage. Can be used on various surfaces including paper, clay, Read more...

Mixed Media Altered Decor

Hello creative friends! This is Tanvi & hope you all are enjoying the recent launches by Itsy Bitsy, the  star being the archival multi-surface paints. These paints can be used on almost any surface including paper, clay, glass, metal, plastic, terracotta, ceramic etc. Also,  these are water based, acid free & non-toxic with a satin finish. I altered a free standing MDF word that I had kept for my kitchen. These multi-surface paints need no priming & I covered the lower half of Read more...

Wall Decor With Epoxy Clay

Hello creative friends, DT member Jyotirmoy Barman here today with a beautiful wall decor piece using Little Birdie archival multi-surface paints. First I want to say that Little Birdie multi-surface paints are amazing. I love the satin finish with great coverage. The multi-surface paints are suitable for indoor and outdoor usage and can be used on various surfaces including paper, clay, glass, metal, plastic, terracotta, ceramic etc. Now let's see how I created my project. Step -1 First I took Read more...

Vintage Window – Mixed Media Decor

Hello Friends! Harshada here on the blog today with a simple mixed media art using Little Birdie handmade flowers. Little Birdie handmade flowers are super gorgeous, vibrant, delicate, designed according to themes and they are available in different sizes and shapes. They are so attractive that they enhance just any project. I'm here to share a tutorial about how to create a beautiful mixed media plaque using these flowers. So let's get started.. I had a small MDF plaque with me which had Read more...

Ganesha Wall Decor Set

  Hello creatives... Roopashree here with you today! With the festive season on, lets do some creative decor to revamp/redecorate our homes. Here's a Ganesha wall hanging decor set which I made from my old Ganesha hangings. I had this set of Ganesha from a long time & they were made of different colors & materials. Thought of giving them a face lift and making them into new and colourful decorative pieces. For this I used minimal products & easy techniques. step 1: To Read more...