Mixed Media Decor – Grungy Cog

Hello Everyone, Semonti here on Itsy Bitsy's blog today to share my mixed media creation with Little Birdie products. I have altered a chipboard gear with lots of other products from the brand. Here is my finish project: Step by step tutorial: First I have stuck a chipboard gear on a piece of cardboard. Applied Little Birdie mixed media paste through the script stencil. Then mixed glass bead gel with stone texture paste from the brand and applied the mix randomly on the Read more...

Sculpture Painting Home Decor

  Hello creatives, DT member Srigowri Rajesh on blog today to show you how we can create a home decor using Little Birdie sculpture paste. Step 1: Using air dry clay and Little Birdie silicon mould make a border design and a crown . We can create our own crowns with this amazing mould. For making the border, roll some clay into a thin coil and give impression. Step 2 Now paint the base with Little Birdie chalk paints Charcoal, Snow, Sailing sky, Salsa red. Step 3 Scoop Read more...

Steampunk Altered Bottles

  Hello Friends, Suman Pandit here with you today. I created a set of 'Steampunk Altered Bottles' with lots of mixed media supplies from Itsy Bitsy. I used Little Birdie Grainy texture paste and Stone texture paste , some random laces, and twine to create the background texture on the glass bottles...   Then, I used a stencil from the store and crackle paste to add some more texture... I wanted to use the steampunk bulb chipboard set as the focal point on the bottles. Read more...

Rustic, Vintage Mixed Media Hanging Decor

Hello all crafty friends, Shalini Kundrai here with a mixed media project. As you all know we are celebrating mixed media month. Here is my own version of mixed media named “freedom” for my studio. Sometimes in life we follow certain things or rules blindly because of conditioning by the society we live in, afraid to follow our heart or try something new, but friends, there is a very beautiful way to break the barriers and get freedom is positive self-talk and affirmations. So the project Read more...

Mixed Media Home Décor

Hello everyone it's Pooja Sharma here today! I will show you how to create an easy and cool mixed media home décor. I also have a video tutorial for this project, but before that  let me explain about the process and the materials I have used. Step:1 I had an old earthen pot with me and wanted to give it a new look. So, I used it as a base for my project. I made made a structure of tree stems with hard wire and put it around the mouth of this pot   Step 2: I made some leaves and flower Read more...

Mixed Media Decor – Miracles Happen

 MIRACLES HAPPEN   Hello & Namaste , Bela Shah here today with you! I altered a wooden slice with loads of Little Birdie craft supplies  to bring my imagination to life and I am eager to share it with you. I had this project in my mind for a long time and I thought because its on a natural base I would like to make it rustic. So I kept the colour scheme as natural as possible. To give it that natural look, I also used lot of things that came straight from nature I feel Read more...

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...