Vintage Remote Organizer

Hello everyone, Apexa Nagar here to keep you inspired with a mixed media creation. Keeping things organized can be a task if you don't have a proper organizer for everything. That's so true for the TV, AC, and all the remote controls that you have at home. That saves you time and trouble! So I made one today with an antique, metallic look.   To make this organizer, I used : 1. Any wooden base, here I have taken a remote organizer 2. Little Birdie Stencils  3. Little Birdie white Read more...

Mixed Media Decor – Upcycled Bottle

Hello crafty peeps Priya Satish this side to inspire you for the ongoing Itsy Bitsy Mixed Media Challenge. I have altered a mundane looking ketchup bottle to a beautiful mixed media bottle. Hope it inspires you to upcycle something today!   Here's the synopsis of the step by step tutorial using the awesome products from Itsy Bitsy. Step 1: Clean the bottle with spirit and apply a coat of white Gesso. Allow it to dry. Step 2: Sponge dab the Little Birdie Home Decor Read more...

Steampunk Mixed Media Canvas

Hello Everyone! I am Sirisha Setia, presenting you my steampunk mixed media canvas with some amazing products from Itsy Bitsy. You can create this super quick layout on watch boxes, photo frames as a gift for men. Super gorgeous shades of blue, green and copper with the awesome MDF chipboard embellishments. Here is a quick picture tutorial with detailed steps for all of you guys. I hope it will be easier to follow and you all will give it a try. 1. I have used a 10 by 10 in canvas Read more...

Cute wall decor Daizy patel

Hello Everyone Daizy Patel this side. Today I am going to share with you step by step tutorial on how I created this cute wall decor. I hope you will like it. As February is fondly called the Love Month, I have named my project Sweetheart. Step 1: I took MDF base in shape of Heart (which I had got from Itsy Bitsy Store) and coated it with Little Birdie's Black Chalk Paint.   Step 2: I used Little Birdie's Rolling Stones Stencil and Grainy Texture Paste to give wall Read more...

Rustic Heart Photo Stand

Hello dear crafty friends...! DT member Divya here to inspire you with the new mixed media project. I have made a photo frame with a card at the back of it, in which you can add photos and messages . I have made a  complete video tutorial for you to see all the steps and techniques used.  https://youtu.be/Khff07juAik Links to by materials : https://itsybitsy.in/products/paper-pack-12in-x-12in-the-classic-gentleman-12-sheet-250gsm https://itsybitsy.in/products/tim-holtz-distress-ink-pad-black-soot-3in-x-3in-1pc https://itsybitsy.in/products/ranger-archival-ink-pad-sepia-1pc https://itsybitsy.in/collections/all/products/silicone-mould-twirl-circle https://itsybitsy.in/products/craft-putti-1pc   https://itsybitsy.in/products/crackle-paste-180gm https://itsybitsy.in/products/acrylic-heavy-gel-matte Read more...

Vintage Altered Glass Bottle

Hi friends, Priya Gajjar here today with a beautiful  altered glass bottle .

I have made this step by step tutorial  to give you some ideas  so that you can create a similar one too! So lets get started... 

First I took an old glass bottle and cleaned it properly and covered it   with  Stone Texture Paste - Crystal Sand with a sponge dauber .  Simultaneously  I also covered  some primed chipboards  with the same.  Once this dried I covered it all with Mixed Media Paste completely. 

Made 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...

Mixed Media Decor

Hello everyone,
Shilpa Nagaonkar here to inspire you with a mixed media creation.
Recently, I started exploring mixed media possibilities and the more I created, the more I fell in love with it. So I picked up a 4" MDF coaster from Itsy Bitsy for my today's mixed media work.
Let's begin,

Step by step tutorial:

I started with applying Little Birdie Mixed Media Paste on the coaster through the  'Palm Flourish' stencil to get a texture design.

2. To prep the background, I applied a Read more...

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...

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 Read more...