DIY Lamp Holder

Hello everyone! Here I am Swarna, back with another video tutorial where you can create a quick lamp holder using limited supplies like wood stains and chalk paints. Its super easy to create and gift to your dear ones. Watch the video here : Hope you all liked my work. Here I have used a traditional South Indian Rangoli design to decorate the holder. Here is the picture of my project: Thanks for watching. ======================================================= Supplies Read more…

DIY Hanging Home Decor

Hello Creatives!! I am Kasturi your fellow DT member back again with another super interesting project this time with MDF board. We will do this DIY, using Deco Transfer designs, chalk paints, beautiful handmade flowers from Itsy Bitsy and some other craft material which we will go through in the step by step process. Let’s see, how can we create this board which is suitable for the hallway or the  entrance of your house. STEP 1 – Take a MDF board (linked below) and colour it with chalk Read more…

Deco Transfer Fridge Magnet

Hello Everyone! Hope you all are safe and healthy at home. Swarna here! Today I am back with another beautiful video tutorial with Deco Transfer. Deco transfer sheets provide a very interesting way of creating something that gives a  similar look as decoupage art in a most creative way. Using these sheets, ones creative imagination can be endless. Here I have tired to create a Fridge magnet using Deco Transfer sheets on an uneven base… Checkout how it works! Watch the video here 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…

Fluid Art Coasters With A Twist

Hello everyone, Nivisha here with you today. I am super excited to share this creation of mine with you all. It is absolutely stunning and has a very pretty aesthetic. The most surprising thing about these coasters is that they do not have acrylic pouring paints. Fluid art without pouring paint? Yes you heard me right. I did not use pouring paint. Instead I tried working on these coasters with different variations of paint. I used CHALK PAINT!! so let’s begin!! Materials Required: 1.Paper Read more…

Grungy Decorative Mixed Media Panel

Hi friends, DT member Nandhini Vasandan here. Here I am with another beautiful mixed media inspiration for you all.  Here is the step by step process about how I used different mediums to create this wonderful art piece. Step1: I have taken an MDF board and few cutouts and have coloured them with charcoal chalk paint. Then I used ‘Wings’ silicon mould and modelling clay to make clay embellishments. Do check out the wide range of moulds available at the store. Step 2: Next, 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…

Mixed Media – Forever Love

Hello creatives, DT member Srigowri Rajesh is on the blog today to show a very simple mixed media project for absolute beginners.  I chose to give my project a romantic touch on a heart-shaped MDF base. Join me in making this project, let’s start! Step 1 Take a heart shaped wooden decorable and apply 3 coats of Little Birdie gesso. After it dries, any stencil of your choice from Little Birdie’s wonderful range to add textures. For the textures I used Little Birdie Grainy Texture Paste, Read more…

Sculpture Painting

Hello arty crafty friends DT member Srigowri Rajesh here to show how  we  can create a beautiful home decor with Little Birdie sculpture paste, MDF decorables, and a palette knife. Step 1 Paint the MDF board with Little birdie chalk paint – Charcoal . Step 2 Take the brick stencil and apply Little Birdie Midnight sculpture paste randomly through it. Step 3 Score Little Birdie sculpture paste – Snow white, Rose blush alternatively. Step 4 Keep the scored paste to form a Read more…