Welcome to another blog by your crafty friend Virti Mehta. Today I would like to ask you a question - Do you like something that is made particularly for you?
Let me put it like this for you- won't it be great if someday someone gives you a handmade gift particularly for you only? Either way, your answer is going to be a BIG YES!
So, today we are going to make a personalized monogram. Let us start right away.
Firstly, We need a paper mache monograms. You find a wide Read more...
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.
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Hello everyone, Raj Mehta here today with a mixed media inspiration for you.
Let's create a mixed media canvas which looks straight out of a fairytale .
Step 1: Cut out a crescent moon shape out of 1mm chipboard and apply a thick layer of mixed-media paste. Create craters using the back end of the paintbrush . Once dry, paint it with Icy Aqua multi-surface paint . Apply a coat of white gesso over it after the paint is dry.
Step 2: Cut out two house shapes out of the 1mm chipboard Read more...
Hello everyone, Jyotirmoy here to inspire you with a mixed media creation.
As you all know this month Itsy Bitsy is hosting a 'Mixed Media Challenge'. Share images of your mixed media projects with #itsybitsymixedmedia2021 on social media platforms and join the contest! We are eagerly waiting to see your fabulous creations!
Step 1 : Take a paper mache shadow box and cut a corrugated sheet according to your design.
Step 2: Make an outline placing the pieces of corrugated sheets on the shadowbox.
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Kriti this side....Hope you all had a great 2021.....keep healthy and keep crafting!
Today, I have altered a MDF panel using lots of amazing products from Itsy Bitsy....So, sit back and enjoy the photo tutorial......
Before we begin, look at what I created and get inspired to create something today!
I took a MDF panel and covered it entirely with Little Birdie's White Gesso and left it to dry completely.
2. Then, I adhered Read more...