Little Birdie’s Dazzle Cocktail | Product Review | Start to End Tutorial | Shaker Cards, Tags and Embellishments.

Hello guys

How are you all doing in this New Year…….This is your DT Mukta here and today I am here with a Product Review. Itsy Bitsy’s own brand Little Birdie recently launched a new range of shaker elements called DAZZLE COCKTAIL which is available in  12 awesome shades……these are super fun and cute. The 12 shades are namely – Manhattan, Singapore Sling, Mojito, Cosmopolitan, Tequila Sunrise, Martini, Red Chilli, Sangria, Long Island, Blue Hawaii, Blue Lagoon and Bloody Mary. They are a wonderful assortment of glitter elements, ideal for creating gorgeous textures and adding depth to your cards, tags, album covers, scrapbook layouts and also for altering glass, paper, cork and other surfaces.

I have all the information in the video here which has the PRODUCT REVIEW where I unbox the 12 shades, do swatches and review this product. I also tell you about the adhesive options you can use to adhere this product to your projects.Then, I have 3 card tutorials for you, where I show you the making of 3 different cards from start to end using this fun mix. I wanted to show you the options when it comes to glitter mix because most of us just use it to create our own glitter paper or make baubles…..but there is so much one can do even like create textures on your cards, make fun shaker cards and more. Then, I have shaker embellishments for you using this product. I will show you how to create your own shaker embellishment which you can use later for any project like a scrapbook, an exploding box, shabby chic cards, gift wrapping or a planner.Its always hand to make and keep a few of these embellishments for future use……saves a lot of time. So, I encourage you to watch the video to know the possibilities you have with this fantastic product.

If you have any queries about this product or the tutorials, please feel free to ask me below and I will be happy to answer all your questions. The list of supplies used is mentioned below. Thank you for reading this post. Have a great week ahead…


DT Mukta

List of Supplies used:-


  1. Thanks Mukta to sharing beaitiful video with beautiful products…one thing how u have made rainbow cutout? With any diecuts or handmade?after different color effects u are using tackytape or normal glue?

    1. Hello Rituparna…..I am glad you found the video helpful. The rainbow cutout is actually a diecut from Lawn Fawn Rainbow die. That part got edited out from the video…my apologies for the same. but you can achieve the same effect by diecutting the nested circle die on cardstock and then cutting through the center. And for the rainbow colors, I added tacky tape to the cardstcok before diecutting it and then peeled individual layers and sprinkled dazzle cocktail mix. You can however used any other glue also. We can achieve same effect even by using a circle cutter if you do not have a die…its time consuming but with little patience…. one can do. I hope this helps…Thanks for stopping by

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