Itsy Bitsy Blog challenge 25

Hello Creatives,

Roopashree here! I am up with an artistic abstract art using Little Birdie Stone Texture Paste. A simple & easy project with a twist of mixed media techniques.

Submissions can be any project featuring the Stone texture paste theme.

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So let’s start the project tutorial…

Step 1 :

I took a MDF base 12″X12″.

Step 2:

Next, drew an abstract designs on chipboard & cut them into pieces as shown in the image below.

Step 3:

Then I stuck the chipboard one above the other forming a step like structure.

image for reference.

Step 4:

Now stuck the assembled chipboard on to the base forming an abstract design. Added some pearls of different sizes to add some interest to the panel.

Step 4:

Applied a coat of gesso & add Grainy Texture Paste randomly on the leftover space. It gives a nice texture to the background.

Step 5:

Carefully filled the Stone Texture Paste on the design chipboard using a palette knife. Here I have used 2 different colors of Stone Texture Paste – Graphite Dust & Crystal Sand.

Step 6:

Colored the background with red chalk paint and allowed it to dry completely. Sprayed Charcoal Color Splash randomly &  sprayed water on it & let it flow through. Sprayed Gold Alcohol Spray to add shine to the background.

Step 7:

Next, I rubbed  Metallic wax on the pearls. This highlights the texture & gives a beautiful look to the project.

Here are some clicks of the completed project.

Here are the links you can go to and check so many product options that you can use to create anything decorative for home, be it with clay, candle waxes, cement, paints, decoupaging on various wooden bases, or using it even on the waste to create best out of it.

Material list:

1.Wooden decorable 12″X12″

Little Birdie Wooden Decorable 12x12inch,5.5mm, 1pc – Square

2.Chipboard A3

Itsy Bitsy Chipboard A3- 2mm, 1Sheet

3.Stone texture paste

4. Granny paste

5.White gesso

Little Birdie Acrylic Gesso 100ml- White

6.chalk paint – Salsa red

7. Pearl stickers

8.Craft glue

Little Birdie Craft Glue – 50ml

9.color splash charcoal

Itsy Bitsy Color Splash 50ml – Charcoal, 1pc

10.Gold alcohol splash

11. Metallic wax

Little Birdie Metallic Wax – Silver Glitz, 20ml, 1pc

Hope u all like the project & tutorial.

Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge #25


With Lots of Love, 


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