Hi friends, DT Member Nandhini Vasandan here!
Valentine's Day is gone but love is in the air all through the year... Today I will share the step by step process of a mixed media decor I created, to Celebrate Love!
Handmade gifts are not just special, but throws in a whole new meaning and value for the gift, for your loved ones. I have used loads of mixed media techniques to make this decor piece.
Let me take you through the steps in making this wonderful piece.
I started with
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I am Sirisha Setia, presenting you my steampunk mixed media canvas with some amazing products from Itsy Bitsy.
You can create this super quick layout on watch boxes, photo frames as a gift for men. Super gorgeous shades of blue, green and copper with the awesome MDF chipboard embellishments.
Here is a quick picture tutorial with detailed steps for all of you guys. I hope it will be easier to follow and you all will give it a try.
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Hello creatives, DT member Srigowri Rajesh is on the blog today to show a very simple mixed media project for absolute beginners. I chose to give my project a romantic touch on a heart-shaped MDF base. Join me in making this project, let's start!
Take a heart shaped wooden decorable and apply 3 coats of Little Birdie gesso. After it dries, any stencil of your choice from Little Birdie's wonderful range to add textures. For the textures I used Little Birdie Grainy Texture Paste, Read more...
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!!!
I will attach a link of all the materials used in the bottom.
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Swarna Raman with you today to share another awesome project and its for Valentines Day! Yes, It's that time of the year when you can send special gifts to your loved one. So, its a Valentine's Day gift box with 'Open when' envelopes.
Lets get started with the tutorial.
I have chosen a MDF 4 "*4" box as the base and painted all over with Salsa Red Chalk paint.
As for the pattern paper, I have chosen Little Birdie's 'A true Love Story' paper pack.
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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...
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...
This is Divya here with my first inspiration project! It is box type Tea Light Holder made with Little Birdie "Merry Christmas" pattern paper. I have shown here a different way to use your paper packs, combine them with a MDF base, and give a vintage look to it. There are 12 designer sheets which includes a pre-cut dolly, an element sheet, mini cards, 2 sheets with repeated patterns, 5 sheets with beautiful layout designs and 2 sheets of Red & Green with a vintage wooden effect.
These Read more...
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...
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...