Resin Fridge Magnet – Smile

Hello everyone! Daisy here. I am back with another Resin DIY. Thank you for making time to read this blog. Today we will be making a resin fridge magnet. For this we will need resin, alcohol inks, round MDF base, masking tape, white chalk paint, a measuring scale, a paper cup, a popsicle stick (I have used a plastic one here), Itsy Bitsy handmade flowers, Mont Marte leafing glue, Gold foil sheet, silicon glue and magnetic sheet. Before starting with the DIY, please make sure to use safety gear Read more…

DIY Resin Beach Pendant

Hello everyone! Daisy here. I am back with another resin DIY. Thank you for taking time to read this blog. Today we will be making a Resin Beach Pendant. For this DIY we will need resin, resin pigments, alcohol inks(optional), silicone molds (any shape that you prefer), sand, a measuring scale, a paper cup, a popsicle stick (I have used a plastic one here) and a jump ring. Before starting with the DIY, please make sure to use safety gear when working with resin. Please use a Rrespirator and Read more…

DIY Resin Coaster – Black & White with Gold Gilding

Hi everyone, Kripa here! Thank you so much for taking the time to read this post. Today I will be making a very simple resin coaster with Little Birdie Gilding Flakes. Let’s get started… Step 1: I have taken a 4inch MDF coaster as the base. First I primed the base with Gesso. Since I am using black and white resin pigments, I will prime the base with half of white gesso and the other half with black gesso. Allow the gesso to fully dry before pouring resin on it. Once the gesso dried, I prepared Read more…

Quick And Easy Festive Coasters

Hello arty-crafty friends, Sabiha Khan here from the Itsy Bitsy design team with a quick and easy project ideal for the festive season.  As our life is coming back to normal and we are enjoying the festive mood, today I have come up with a picture tutorial on making some colourful festive looking coasters which you can use at home or gift someone. I have used the newly launched archival multi-surface paints from Little Birdie. These paints are quick drying and come in 24 beautiful bright shades. Read more…

Decorative Box Inspired by Hungarian Folk Art

Hello everyone, It’s Vini here today. Each country has its own  culture and identity.  I have created a project inspired  by embroidery motifs and white brick walls of the beautiful  country ‘Hungary’. The motifs are mostly flowers and birds characterized by bright colours. I have worked with the water based Little Birdie Archival Multi-Surface paints here, which are non-toxic, have high coverage, do not require varnish for sealing and can be used on a variety of surfaces. I have used the Read more…

Traditional Paisley Decoupage Tray

Hi all, It is the time for festivals in India and that calls for festive gifts and a fresh home decor!  I made a very elegant and royal tray using the new Little Birdie filament decoupage papers and I am here to share the process with you. The filament decoupage papers are very easy to use. They are strong, wrinkle free and perfect for a variety of decoupage techniques as I have described in detail in my previous post this month. Lets begin with the project! I chose a classy filament design Read more…

Ma Durga Shadow Box

Hello everyone! Vini here with you today. Durga Puja is just around the corner and here I present to you the beautiful Ma Durga filament paper from the store. Jai Ma! I would like to tell you about the quality of the filament paper first. You have  to use to believe what an amazing product this is. This is neither like the decoupage tissues nor like the rice papers. These are not delicate or transparent, hence are excellent specially for new crafters who are worried about tearing or wrinkles Read more…

Tropical Foliage Clock with Glitter Fabric Paints

Hi everyone,DT Serene here, welcome back. Hope  you all are doing well and are creating beautiful art for our ongoing  blog challenge no 29. Today I am sharing with you a beautiful and fun project using the fabulous  glitter fabric paints. They are an absolute delight to work with. I was inspired by the foliage of the tropical forests for this project, and the lush green colour go beautifully well with the monsoon season.   Method 1. I have used a 10 X 10 inch wooden Read more…

DIY Pinup Board with Little Birdie Glitter Fabric Paints

Hello creatives, Vini here today! I love shiny things and instantly fell in love with the shimmer of the new Little Birdie Glitter Fabric Paints! I decided to give a new look to an old pin up board I had at home! Let me show you what I did. I used a cotton silk fabric available with me and taped it to the pin up board so that I could do my work on the exact size. I inserted a newspaper and a polythene between the board and the fabric which I removed later. Then I made patterns with a Read more…

Make Your Own Reversible Pendant Without Any Mould

Hi all, Hope you all are safe. In the present situation we cannot step out to shop so I decided to make myself a pendant with a gift box!  Let’s start. Here I have used the Little Birdie resin and no mould or frame. The Little Birdie resin is perfect for making jewellery as it dries within an hour! It has an amazing finish, shine, and strength. A few points to note about the resin is that it doesn’t stick to plastic and silicon. Otherwise it permanently sticks to anything, so prepare Read more…