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...

Altered Mixed Media MDF Panel

Namaste Friends!! Kriti this side....Hope you all had a great 2021.....keep healthy and keep crafting! Today, I have altered a MDF panel using lots of amazing products from Itsy Bitsy....So, sit back and enjoy the photo tutorial...... Before we begin, look at what I created and get inspired to create something today!   Let's start......... I took a MDF panel and covered it entirely with Little Birdie's White Gesso and left it to dry completely. 2. Then, I adhered Read more...

Mixed Media Antique Clock Decor

Hello arty-crafty friends, Chitrali here today, eagerly waiting to show you my creation. The Blog Challenge for this month is all about using the newly launched 4*4 inch Stencils. Please post your own creations where you have used these stencils. Check how I've used these stencils here. Now lets start the step by step process - 1) I took a 10 inch by 10 inch round MDF, which is available in the store. As I wanted to hang this, I've added a hook at the back of the round base. 2) 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...