Sculpture Painting Jewellery

Hi, all Srigowri Rajesh on the blog today to share ways of how aesthetically we can create a piece of jewelry using sculpture painting technique. It will be unique and a show-stopper. Without any delay will start… Step 1   Take a heart shape MDF jewelry base and apply Little Birdie Snow Spread sculpture paste. You can use any shape as you wish.   With a palette knife scoop the some Red Velvet color sculpture paste. Since it’s a small base use the no.1 size knife. Step Read more…

Sculpture Painting

Hi friends, Srigowri Rajesh is on the blog today to share the unique wall decor idea using Little birdie sculpture paste. The smooth and foamy paste is addictive to play with. I have created a rusty, antique look of the decor by using chalk paints and sculpture paste. Step 1 Take a MDF base and paint it with little birdie chalk paints. I chose charcoal and salsa red. Step 2 Mix little birdie sculpture pastes snow spread and rosewood colors to achieve the required shade. Since my project 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…

Sculpture Painting Home Decor

  Hello creatives, DT member Srigowri Rajesh on blog today to show you how we can create a home decor using Little Birdie sculpture paste. Step 1: Using air dry clay and Little Birdie silicon mould make a border design and a crown . We can create our own crowns with this amazing mould. For making the border, roll some clay into a thin coil and give impression. Step 2 Now paint the base with Little Birdie chalk paints Charcoal, Snow, Sailing sky, Salsa red. Step 3 Scoop 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…

Pretty Women – Mixed Media Decor Featuring Little Birdie Sculpture Paste

Hi Creative friends, This is Chitrali here on Itsy Bitsy’s blog today.  It’s been a great pleasure to be associated with the esteemed organization. Thanks Itsy Bitsy for giving me this opportunity to share one of my projects with crafter friends and group members. I am sharing  a pictorial of the project “Pretty Women with a blooming Face” Below are the steps towards my project : 1) I have taken a Heart Shaped MDF Wooden Decorable panel as the base. 2) Applied White Read more…

‘Spring Blooms’ With Sculpture Paste

Hello crafty friends! For today’s post I have a project using Little Birdie Sculpture Paste. This Sculpture Paste is a decorative plaster for sculpture painting, 3D flowers and relief art. The paste is ideal for 3D designs, holds formations like thin petals and finer details well. Can be used with stencil, best applied with palette knife. It’s water based. For best results, allow it to dry naturally (do not force dry with a heat gun). After complete drying, you may apply varnish on the project Read more…

Floral Wall Panel with Little Birdie Sculpture Paste

Hello Creatives, Roopashree here on Itsy Bitsy blog today as a guest designer. It’s been always an immense pleasure to be associated with Itsy Bitsy. Thank you for giving me this wonderful opportunity to share a project with all my lovely crafter friends. I am sharing a pictorial of an easy 6 petal flower with Little Birdie Sculpture Paste, so let’s get started.. Step 1: I have taken a double layered circular MDF panel as a base. The bottom piece is a plain circle & the top Read more…