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...

Mixed Media Altered Diary

Hello friends. I hope you all are doing great. DT member Vidhu Thareja back on the blog with a new inspirational project for the ongoing Mixed Media Blog Challenge. This time I have altered a diary using some of the awesome mixed media supplies from Itsy Bitsy. I have a stepwise picture tutorial for you all. So without wasting more time let's start the tutorial.... I had a plain diary so I decided to do makeover for it. The first step is to prepare the base to work further. So I applied Read more...

Steampunk Mixed Media Notebook Cover

Namaste Friends!! Kriti this side....I hope you all are doing great..... The" Mixed Media Challenge " is currently running on Itsy Bitsy blog......and my today's inspiration is for the same. I have altered a notebook cover in steampunk style. Although its not my genre....but I tried something different this time. This is what I made! I have a step -by - step tutorial for this....   Step 1 :  First, take a notebook and apply Little Birdie's black gesso all over it to make Read more...

Mixed Media Upcycled Box

Hey  friends! This is Sonal Shah here. I am so excited to share my mixed media project as an inspiration for you all. Hope this inspires you. Please read on to see the step by step tutorial with awesome products from Itsy Bitsy. LITTLE BIRDIE PRODUCTS STEP 1 :  Applied Little Birdie’s black gesso to cover the box. STEP 2 : After the gesso dried, took a stone stencil and Little Birdie texture paste and did random stencilling. STEP 3 : Adhered  some lace, primed Read more...

Mixed Media Wall Decor

Hello Friends. I hope you  all are having a great time! DT member Vidhu Thareja, back on the blog with a new project. The 'Mixed Media Challenge' is on and a little inspiration is always welcome... . Today I have created a wall decor, using some of the Little Birdie Mixed Media craft supplies.  First  have  a look  at  my  project. . I took a MDF board measuring 12*8in and started with sanding the surface. I primed the surface using Little Birdie Acrylic White Gesso. I have applied Read more...

Simple and Easy Mixed Media Decor – Sweet Angel

Hello Everyone, This is Archana Sehgal here today with a simple and easy mixed media project for you all. I have a video tutorial for this project but before that let's take a look at the process and the technique I used for creating this project. Step by step Process: 1. To start with, I have applied Little Birdie Stone Texture Paste with a palette knife all over the canvas.  also have glued down Little Birdie's primed chipboards - wooden gear, wings and a resin angel as a focal point. 2. Read more...

Beautiful Mixed Media Canvas

Hello Everyone, Priya Mishra here today with a beautiful Mixed Media canvas tutorial for you. I have a step by step photo as well as video tutorial for you so let's begin... Here is the Video Tutorial   And the step by step tutorial is here. Step 1: Take a canvas and cover it with white Gesso. Gesso acts as a primer and prepares the base for any mixed media project. Step 2: Apply a thick coat of crackle paste. Remember to apply a thick coat if you want bigger cracks and try applying Read more...

Customized Mirror with an Altered Carrom Board

Hi Folks! Vini here! Hope you all had a wonderful Diwali. This is the era of recycling, reusing and reducing waste! I was wondering what to do with an old worn out carrom board. It was not in a condition to be donated or used by someone else. I decided to convert it into a mirror frame and the new multi-surface archival paints came to my rescue! Look what I did in this easy and attractive project. I first painted the borders with 2 coats of black gesso as the borders were made of a paper Read more...

Vintage lantern

   Hello creative friends, DT member Jyotirmoy Barman here today with a vintage lantern using Little Birdie archival multi-surface paints and metal lantern. The multi-surface paints are suitable for indoor and outdoor usage and can be used on various surfaces including paper, clay, glass, metal, plastic, terracotta, ceramic etc. Now let's see how I created my project.   Step -1 I took a white washed Alterable photo frame and a metal lantern. Step- 2 Then I applied Littlebirdie Multisurface Read more...

Ethnic Pen Holder

Hello creative friends, DT member Jyotirmoy Barman  on the blog today with another inspirational project. You all know that the ongoing blog challenge #30 is all about 'Anything goes with Filament Decoupage Papers'. So today I am using the amazing filament decoupage paper design "Ethnic Paisley" to make a beautiful pen holder. So let's begin the tutorial. At first, I took a brown paper cylinder and cut it into desired sizes and applied white gesso. Then I applied black gesso on the round Read more...