Fluid Art Coasters With A Twist

Hello everyone, Nivisha here with you today. I am super excited to share this creation of mine with you all. It is absolutely stunning and has a very pretty aesthetic. The most surprising thing about these coasters is that they do not have acrylic pouring paints. Fluid art without pouring paint? Yes you heard me right. I did not use pouring paint. Instead I tried working on these coasters with different variations of paint. I used CHALK PAINT!! so let's begin!! Materials Required: 1.Paper Read more...

Grungy Decorative Mixed Media Panel

Hi friends, DT member Nandhini Vasandan here. Here I am with another beautiful mixed media inspiration for you all.  Here is the step by step process about how I used different mediums to create this wonderful art piece. Step1: I have taken an MDF board and few cutouts and have coloured them with charcoal chalk paint. Then I used 'Wings' silicon mould and modelling clay to make clay embellishments. Do check out the wide range of moulds available at the store. Step 2: Next, Read more...

Steampunk Mixed Media Canvas

Hello Everyone! 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. 1. I have used a 10 by 10 in canvas Read more...

Mixed Media – Forever Love

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! Step 1 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...

Sculpture Painting

Hello arty crafty friends DT member Srigowri Rajesh here to show how  we  can create a beautiful home decor with Little Birdie sculpture paste, MDF decorables, and a palette knife. Step 1 Paint the MDF board with Little birdie chalk paint - Charcoal . Step 2 Take the brick stencil and apply Little Birdie Midnight sculpture paste randomly through it. Step 3 Score Little Birdie sculpture paste - Snow white, Rose blush alternatively. Step 4 Keep the scored paste to form a Read more...