Fairy Bookmark With Color Splash

Hello everyone! Hope you're doing great! It's Virti here with a bookmark inspiration for you today. As we know the time is hard and a lot of us are suffering from mental stress. Today I have a simple, fun project to cheer you up. Firstly, we need a piece of rectangular paper.  I am using a white cardstock. I primed it with white gesso. Next, I went forward with mixed media paste and applied it through a stencil with a palette knife. Here is a tip: Choose designs that are versatile Read more...

Sculpture Painting Decor

Hello creatives, Srigowri Rajesh is on the blog today to show you how a unique home decor can be created with Little Birdie sculpture paste. Little Birdie sculpture paste is smooth and holds shape well . Step 1 Take a round MDF base and stick cardboard strips as shown above. I wanted to give a rugged look in the middle. So I tore off the edges. Step 2 Apply little Birdie gesso and once it dries, apply Little Birdie mixed media paste on it .After it dries, colour the whole board Read more...

DIY Table Makeover with Color Splash

Hello Creatives ! Kasturi here with another interesting project. This time the star product is Little Birdie 'Color Splash'. If you have gone through my previous blogs by now you know that how much I like to transform old objects into completely  new and fresh ones. Today we will be doing some very interesting transformation which is simple and fun to do.  I had this small wooden table in my home for months and I wanted to give it a new look. After much thinking, Color Splash came to the Read more...

Mixed Media Decor – Grungy Cog

Hello Everyone, Semonti here on Itsy Bitsy's blog today to share my mixed media creation with Little Birdie products. I have altered a chipboard gear with lots of other products from the brand. Here is my finish project: Step by step tutorial: First I have stuck a chipboard gear on a piece of cardboard. Applied Little Birdie mixed media paste through the script stencil. Then mixed glass bead gel with stone texture paste from the brand and applied the mix randomly on the Read more...

Jute Bag Makeover with Deco Transfer

Hello Dear crafty friends, DT member Divya here with a new Deco Transfer inspiration. Here is my creation with amazing Little Birdie Deco Transfer sheets . I also want to share with you that an amazing Sale is going on at  Itsy Bitsy  website and the stores. Do not forget to grab the opportunity and also shipping offers are going on so do visit the website and .  I have used my Little Birdie Deco Transfer, multi- surface paint, chalk paint, crackle paste, Décor varnish matte in this project Read more...

Magical Monogram

Hello Everyone!

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...

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.

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Decorative Mixed Media Canvas

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...

Mixed Media – Rustic Butterfly Decor

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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Altered Mixed Media MDF Panel

Namaste Friends!!

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!


Let's start.........

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