Hello Friends, Suman Pandit here with you today.
I created a set of 'Steampunk Altered Bottles' with lots of mixed media supplies from Itsy Bitsy.
I used Little Birdie Grainy texture paste and Stone texture paste , some random laces, and twine to create the background texture on the glass bottles...
Then, I used a stencil from the store and crackle paste to add some more texture...
I wanted to use the steampunk bulb chipboard set as the focal point on the bottles. Read more...
Hello everyone it's Pooja Sharma here today!
I will show you how to create an easy and cool mixed media home décor. I also have a video tutorial for this project, but before that let me explain about the process and the materials I have used.
Step:1 I had an old earthen pot with me and wanted to give it a new look. So, I used it as a base for my project. I made made a structure of tree stems with hard wire and put it around the mouth of this pot
Step 2: I made some leaves and flower Read more...
I am Kriti. Hope you all are fine and healthy.
Today I have a mixed media tag for you to inspire you create something similar and join the ongoing Mixed Media Challenge.
This is what I made...
Step 1 : Take a piece of cardboard and apply white gesso over it to completely cover it. I have given two coats of gesso as I have not taken a primed canvas. Gesso is used to make the surface non- porous, which prepars the surface for different paints and mediums.
Step Read more...
Hello everyone, Apexa Nagar here to keep you inspired with a mixed media creation.
Keeping things organized can be a task if you don't have a proper organizer for everything. That's so true for the TV, AC, and all the remote controls that you have at home. That saves you time and trouble! So I made one today with an antique, metallic look.
To make this organizer, I used :
1. Any wooden base, here I have taken a remote organizer
2. Little Birdie Stencils
3. Little Birdie white Read more...
Hello crafty peeps
Priya Satish this side to inspire you for the ongoing Itsy Bitsy Mixed Media Challenge. I have altered a mundane looking ketchup bottle to a beautiful mixed media bottle. Hope it inspires you to upcycle something today!
Here's the synopsis of the step by step tutorial using the awesome products from Itsy Bitsy.
Clean the bottle with spirit and apply a coat of white Gesso. Allow it to dry.
Sponge dab the Little Birdie Home Decor Read more...
Jinal Savla here with a mixed media inspiration for you today!
I took a monogram small letter 'e' as my base. Then I sanded it to make it smoother.
Applied Little Birdie Stone texture paste and Glass bead gel medium.
This process helped me get the grungy look that I was aiming for.
Once it dried, I applied black gesso
Stuck my elements, i.e. Little Birdie chipboard, paint brushes and resin elements. Once stuck, I let Read more...
Hello creatives , DT member Srigowri Rajesh here on the blog today to show you how we can create a sea theme home decor with mixed media techniques.
Take a MDF base . Apply a coat of white gesso .Let it dry. Then apply Little Birdie mixed media paste in the 2 corners and give texture using palette knife. In the middle apply Little Birdie grainy texture paste.
Stick the sea shells and embellishments with the help of Little Birdie soft gel medium.
Apply Read more...
Kriti this side.....hope you all are doing great......
Today I made a mixed media tag....using lots of mixed media products from Itsy Bitsy.
This is my project....I hope you all get inspired to make one for yourself!
I have written a detailed tutorial for this tag....
Step 1: - Take a piece of cardboard or a tag and cover it with white gesso.(I took a scrap piece from a backing cover).
Step 2:- Now take Little Birdie's Stone texture paste -Chocolate Fudge Read more...
Hello everyone, Raj Mehta here today with a mixed media inspiration for you.
Let's create a mixed media canvas which looks straight out of a fairytale .
Step 1: Cut out a crescent moon shape out of 1mm chipboard and apply a thick layer of mixed-media paste. Create craters using the back end of the paintbrush . Once dry, paint it with Icy Aqua multi-surface paint . Apply a coat of white gesso over it after the paint is dry.
Step 2: Cut out two house shapes out of the 1mm chipboard Read more...