Mixed Media Shadow Box

Namaste Friends!

I am Kriti Mishra, this is my first DT post and I am super excited to begin this journey with Itsy Bitsy….

Today, I have created a mixed media shadow box 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 Shadow box that I have created with some awesome supplies by Itsy Bitsy…

I hope you get inspired and try once…

So, let’s start….

  1. I took a shadow box and covered it entirely with white gesso. After that, to add some textures on the borders, I took the stencil “Irregular Dots” and applied Little Birdie Fiber Paste on it.
  2. Next, I had applied crackle paste using the stencil ‘Star Circle’ on the left side and applied Little Birdie Glass Bead Gel Medium on the right side using a palette knife.
  3. After that I had pasted the corrugated sheet as shown and covered it with white gesso. When it dried, I applied the Glass Beads Gel medium to give some extra texture.
  4. Now the most interesting part…. I diluted the chalk paint Sailing Sky and applied all over it. When it dried, I diluted the chalk paint Charcoal and applied only where I wanted to give the depth to the project.
  5. For the final composition, I have selected few chip boards like Dream catcher, Dream Big and Vine, element sheet Sunflower Meadow and flowers – Wild Icy blue. After finalizing the composition, I pasted all the elements using silicon glue.

And Tada! Its ready. This is the final look and few more detailed pictures are below.

 

Happy Crafting and Stay safe

Kriti Mishra

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