Mixed Media Canvas

Namaste friends! Kriti this side.....hope you all are enjoying....and having a great time! Today...I am here with a mixed media canvas. I have used lots of mixed media supplies from Little Birdie. Here is my canvas.... So, let's start the tutorial... I took a canvas and applied Little Birdie's Crackle Paste through a stencil. Next, I took Little Birdie's Mixed Media Fiber paste and applied as shown in the picture to add some extra textures to my canvas.... After that I took Little Read more...

Valentine’s Day Wall Decor

Hi dear friends..! This is DT member Divya here with a new inspiration for the upcoming Valentine’s Day. I have made a mixed media wall mount here with the help of pattern papers and handmade flowers. This decorative wall mount also has series light inside it. So lets get started...! This is the beautiful pattern paper which I have used here. I have used a single paper to make this project. In side this pattern paper pack there are four sheets which have this frame like design, from Read more...

Little Birdie Gold Alcohol Splash- Experiments on Different Surfaces & a Review

Namaste friends!!

This is Kriti Mishra at Itsy Bitsy's blog today as a guest DT.  Thank you so much Rashmi and the entire IB team for this wonderful opportunity.

I got Little Birdie's Gold Alcohol Splash in my Guest DT kit. So, today I will be sharing a few projects and my experience with these.

FIRST PROJECT

Sharing my process and results of playing with Gold Alcohol Splash for the first time on glossy photo paper. I have selected this because it's the back of the glossy photo paper Read more...

Decoupage Indoor Planter

Hi All,

Nupur here. This time I have brought you a fun project using Little Birdie decoupage papers. I am sure you all like displaying your plants in smart planters. Today I will show you how to make an attractive decoupage planter from an ordinary one.

So here is the look of my final project.

I started with adding a layer of gesso on my plastic planter and plate.

Then I applied layers of Little Birdie Butternut Squash chalk paint and Fortune Cookie.

I selected a Read more...