Mixed Media Altered Diary

Hello friends. I hope you all are doing great. DT member Vidhu Thareja back on the blog with a new inspirational project for the ongoing Mixed Media Blog Challenge. This time I have altered a diary using some of the awesome mixed media supplies from Itsy Bitsy. I have a stepwise picture tutorial for you all. So without wasting more time let's start the tutorial.... I had a plain diary so I decided to do makeover for it. The first step is to prepare the base to work further. So I applied 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...

Timeless Shaker Card featuring Watercolour Embellishments

Hello Crafties! This is DT Priyanka Kantak. I am back with a shaped shaker card for today. Time is the essence of life. That is why living in the present is so important. As Bil Keane says, Yesterday's the past, tomorrow's the future, but today is a gift. That's why it's called the present! I created this card dedicating it to 'Now'. You can see a video of the card below: https://www.instagram.com/p/BwQSMYTH0_Q/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=18344ln50wzyu Read on further Read more...

Friendship Forever – A Mixed Media Card

Hello friends, Today I am sharing a Mixed Media card, efforts of my tiny steps in mixed media. I have used Little Birdie's recently released Embossing Texture Paste for creating texture and it is really addictive to see the paste develop texture under a heat gun. I wanted to make a tall card,  so the dimensions are 8" x 4.25". I took another panel which I trimmed 1/8 of an inch smaller. I laid the script stencil on the panel and applied 'Frosty Fizz' Embossing Texture Paste. I allowed Read more...