Vintage Remote Organizer

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...

Mixed Media Art Journal

 Dear crafty friends, Kripa here today with a mixed media art journal page. Hope this inspires you to try some new techniques and join the 'Mixed Media Challenge'' this month. To begin, I cut out the dragonfly and clock motif from a Little Birdie filament decoupage paper. Glued it on some white cardstock and cut it out. Next, I drew some lines on the same cardstock and divided them as shown. I have labelled them so that I can apply the same paste on them later on. I also cut a few chipboard Read more...

Mixed Media Decor – Upcycled Bottle

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. Step 1: Clean the bottle with spirit and apply a coat of white Gesso. Allow it to dry. Step 2: Sponge dab the Little Birdie Home Decor Read more...

Mixed Media Decor – Express

Hello everyone, Jinal Savla here with a mixed media inspiration for you today! Step 1 I took  a monogram small letter 'e' as my base. Then I sanded it to make it smoother. Step 2 Applied Little Birdie Stone texture paste and Glass bead gel medium. This process helped me get the grungy look that I was aiming for. Step 3 Once it dried, I applied black gesso Step 4 Stuck my elements, i.e. Little Birdie chipboard, paint brushes and resin elements. Once stuck, I let Read more...

Cute wall decor Daizy patel

Hello Everyone Daizy Patel this side. Today I am going to share with you step by step tutorial on how I created this cute wall decor. I hope you will like it. As February is fondly called the Love Month, I have named my project Sweetheart. Step 1: I took MDF base in shape of Heart (which I had got from Itsy Bitsy Store) and coated it with Little Birdie's Black Chalk Paint.   Step 2: I used Little Birdie's Rolling Stones Stencil and Grainy Texture Paste to give wall Read more...

Mixed Media Tag – One Day at a Time

Hello creatives, Roopashree here! Today, I am here with an inspiration post using fabulous Little Birdie mixed media supplies to keep you motivated to join the ongoing Mixed Media Challenge, do participate... Mixed media is such a versatile art form wherein various mediums are used to make a master piece. I have used many supplies for this project & will be explaining the usage as & when I elaborate the procedure of the project. Step 1: Starting the layout on a tag shape MDF base by Read more...

Simple and Easy Mixed Media Decor – Sweet Angel

Hello Everyone, This is Archana Sehgal here today with a simple and easy mixed media project for you all. I have a video tutorial for this project but before that let's take a look at the process and the technique I used for creating this project. Step by step Process: 1. To start with, I have applied Little Birdie Stone Texture Paste with a palette knife all over the canvas.  also have glued down Little Birdie's primed chipboards - wooden gear, wings and a resin angel as a focal point. 2. Read more...

Mixed Media Decor- Stay Salty

  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. Step 1   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. Step 2 Stick the sea shells and embellishments with the help of Little Birdie soft gel medium. Step 3   Apply Read more...

Mixed Media Tag

Namaste Friends!! 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...

Decorative Mixed Media Canvas

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...