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.
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...
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...
Vinita here today!
This time I decided to make a coaster using paint pouring. I'm obsessed with paint pouring and can spend too much time on it! This technique is very versatile and the different creations are so mesmerizing and you can gift them as well.
Trying this for coasters is also the perfect way to paint pouring since it's on a smaller scale and easier to manage especially for beginners. I always like to create stuff that have a purpose.
Firstly I mixed Read more...
Hello crafty friends!
It's DT Daksha here. For today's DT post I have made a doorway to the 'Fairy Garden' mini album with mixed media effects.
In the recent months Itsy Bitsy store has introduced Little Birdie's Metallic Wax in some wonderful colors and also some new paper packs. I have used them in today's project. Before I begin with the pictorial, I must say these waxes are amazing and super easy to use. You can see beautiful wax color effects on my texture base. As usual this Read more...
Hello everyone, Pooja here today on the blog with a mixed media project where I have used a lot of discarded materials. I thought it was a great way to reuse old and unwanted stuff and reduce waste!
As you all know, I am a mixed media artist and I love to experiment with altered projects. I always enjoy turning useless things into creative and beautiful pieces. Here, I have reused a lot of junk and named it a 'waste extension frame'. Lets first have a look at the final outcome.
Hello lovely crafters,
Lisa here with my creation for Itsy Bitsy.
For this creation I decided to decorate a grey board folder. Grey board is a fantastic base to work on, as it is strong enough to take numerous layers of different mediums. The size of the folder is just a bit bigger than an A4 with a front over-flap which wraps around the front of the folder.
So, here is my finished creation...
And this is how I did it....
First I painted the folder, both front and back with Little Birdie's Read more...
Saadia here today on the blog, I will be sharing a mixed media project with you.
Let's start our project:
I cut a heart shape from a MDF board and glued pages from a book to it.
Next, I mixed Texture Sand with Little Birdie 2 in 1 Mixed Media Paste and applied through a stencil. Covered the heart with diluted white gesso.
After that, I colored the heart with Alcohol Splash sprays and Color Splash sprays of my choice.
Glued embellishments and covered them with Read more...
Hi Everyone.......Hema here with you all today...!!
Today I'm sharing an art journal which I created with Little Birdie's recently launched thin cut dies. I wanted to share this tutorial just to show you that even with minimal products you can create a project with an essence of mixed media. So without much ado....I will run you through the process here......
Step1: To begin, I added textures to the journal page with Little Birdie Mixed Media Paste, using it as gesso and Grainy Texture Read more...
Hi Everyone, Saadia here,
Today, I am sharing a mixed media project with you. I hope you like it.
Let's start :
I used an 8x10 inches canvas panel by Monte Marte, as my substrate. I covered it with Little Birdie 2 in 1 Mixed Media paste. I applied the paste through a Little Birdie stencil.
Next, I glued my embellishments with Heavy Gel medium - Matte. I glued the flowers with hot glue gun to save time.
After that, I covered everything with White gesso. This gesso is Read more...