Hello everyone and welcome to another Itsy Bitsy blog with me Virti Mehta.
Today, I have got a very fine mixed media concept. This is my first ever attempt at mixed media art.
I hope you are ready to embark on a new journey with my experiment and learnings as I go. I wish every experimentation of mine brings new knowledge for you!
Here, are a handful of photos of the project that I just did.
Here, I have attached a video tutorial of the project.
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Hello friends, this is Srigowri Rajesh on the blog today to show you all the beautiful home decor with Little Birdie sculpture paste. The newly launched sculpture paste is absolutely amazing to work with. Its texture and durability is top-notch.
Take an oval-shaped wooden decorable and apply a coat of Little Birdie chalk paint Snow White.
Using a Little Birdie brick stencil and crackle paste create a texture randomly on the board.
Once done with Read more...
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...
Hi art lovers, DT member Nandhini Vasandan here!
I am here with a vibrant and inspiring mixed media canvas using Little Birdie Colour Splashes and few other supplies from Itsy Bitsy. The project was inspired by the beaches and treasures of the sea, an apt setting for the summer. Hope you all like it.
Let us now take a look at how I went about to create this beauty.
First, I have taken a 8"x10" stretched canvas from the store. Then, I created textures using stencils, crackle paste, and Read more...
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...
I am Kriti. Hope you all are fine and healthy.
Today I have a mixed media tag for you to inspire you create something similar and join the ongoing Mixed Media Challenge.
This is what I made...
Step 1 : Take a piece of cardboard and apply white gesso over it to completely cover it. I have given two coats of gesso as I have not taken a primed canvas. Gesso is used to make the surface non- porous, which prepars the surface for different paints and mediums.
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