I am Kriti Mishra. Today, I have created a mixed media wood panel using Little Birdie 'Element Sheets'. For this, I have written a detailed tutorial for all of you….So, sit back with a cup of coffee and enjoy the tutorial.
This is the wood panel that I have created with some awesome supplies from Itsy Bitsy…
I hope you get inspired and try it once…
So, let’s start….
I took a scrap piece of wood and covered it entirely with black gesso after sanding Read more...
A warm hello to my all arty-crafty friends!
I hope you all are having a great time making things of your choice. DT member Vidhu Thareja back on the blog today with another inspirational project designed using Little Birdie 'Element Sheets'.
You all must be aware that the ongoing Blog Challenge # 32 is all about 'Anything goes with Little Birdie Element Sheets'. I have designed an interesting decoupaged project and used some elements from these beautiful sheets as decorative elements. So without Read more...
Swarna here! I am back with another creation made with Little Birdie's newly launched 'Element Sheets'.
Let's get started with the tutorial.
I have used Textured Cardstock from the store. Its 270 gsm, which is thick enough to make the base sturdy.
For the base, we require 4 cardstocks of size 10 by 8 inches. Mark the measurements accordingly as mentioned as in the picture above.
Cut the portions which are marked " to cut " and fold the left end flap. Read more...
Hello Itsy Bitsy fans,
Rashida Yusufi here with you today to show you how to make a resin coaster using Little Birdie products.
These coasters can be used for cold as well as hot coffee and tea cups. These also look aesthetic as coffee table decor.
Little Birdie Resin.
Little Birdie Black, white, and gold pigments
Square silicone mould
Note: ( while doing resin art it's important to wear gloves. Use plastic or silicon cup for mixing resin and Read more...
Your Crafty friend Virti Mehta here. Hoping you are having an amazing and arty-crafty Christmas.
What is Christmas without Christmas decor all around you? I have decided make a beautiful tinsel wreath Advent Calendar. Though new year eve is just a few days away, lets quickly get into making it.
Firstly, we need a Christmas theme Paper pack in the size 15 cm*10 cm.
Now secure all the 3 sides with tacky tape as shown in the image below.
Now, Stick the Read more...
This is Divya here with my first inspiration project! It is box type Tea Light Holder made with Little Birdie "Merry Christmas" pattern paper. I have shown here a different way to use your paper packs, combine them with a MDF base, and give a vintage look to it. There are 12 designer sheets which includes a pre-cut dolly, an element sheet, mini cards, 2 sheets with repeated patterns, 5 sheets with beautiful layout designs and 2 sheets of Red & Green with a vintage wooden effect.
These Read more...
Hello Everyone ,
Nivisha here! The most festive time of the year is here! It's the time to spread happiness and positivity . It is also the perfect weather for some delicious hot chocolate. Thinking of hot chocolate I decided to paint some coasters in the colours of Christmas i.e. red and green. Keeping these coasters under my hot chocolate mug will give it a very festive feel.
So let's begin!
Little Birdie Pouring Paints colours: Cherry Tomato and Grassy Green
Little Read more...
Hello friends, a cool and snowy greetings to all the art lovers out there.
I hope you all are excited about the New Year and happy days ahead and get over the past difficult times. DT member Nandhini Vasandan here with an exciting and stimulating piece for the happy days ahead of us.
All the cute kids out there are looking forward to the exciting and wonderful festivities that lies at the end of the year.
Here is a boy waiting to meet all his friends and celebrate the festivities. Come, let us Read more...
I am Kasturi your fellow artist. I am so excited to share my first blog here as a Design Team member. Watercolor is my favorite medium and I feel like it is less experimented and explored. But there are so many unique things we can create with watercolors and the options are limitless.
As we all know that Christmas is around the corner and there is nothing like wishing your loved ones with handmade cards. There is so much warmth in handmade cards than wishing on social Read more...