A warm hello to my all arty-crafty friends!
I hope you all are having a great time making things of your choice. DT member Vidhu Thareja back on the blog today with another inspirational project designed using Little Birdie 'Element Sheets'.
You all must be aware that the ongoing Blog Challenge # 32 is all about 'Anything goes with Little Birdie Element Sheets'. I have designed an interesting decoupaged project and used some elements from these beautiful sheets as decorative elements. So without Read more...
Hi everyone, DT Serene here. Hope you all are doing well. Welcome to today's blog post. I am very excited to share with you a beautiful jewellery set painted with the lovely Little Birdie archival multi-surface paints, just in time for the festive season.
Archival multi-surface paints
Premium water based, acid free, non-toxic, multi-surface paints.
Satin finish with great coverage.
Suitable for indoor and outdoor usage.
Can be used on various surfaces including paper, clay, Read more...
This is Nithiya from the Itsy Bitsy Design Team. Today I will show you how I made a Lippan themed MDF boxes with Little Birdie archival multi-surface paints, mixed media paste and mirror. Archival multi-surface paints save your time as it doesn’t require primer or varnish. One can directly start painting without priming and finish without varnishing.
Step 1: I took two MDF boxes (rectangular and square) and removed the hinges and latches for a neat finish.
Step 2: I painted Read more...
Harshada here on the blog today with a simple mixed media art using Little Birdie handmade flowers.
Little Birdie handmade flowers are super gorgeous, vibrant, delicate, designed according to themes and they are available in different sizes and shapes. They are so attractive that they enhance just any project.
I'm here to share a tutorial about how to create a beautiful mixed media plaque using these flowers.
So let's get started..
I had a small MDF plaque with me which had Read more...
Hello Crafty Friends!
This is Tanvi here with a divine festive project today. I created it with the Goddess Durga - decoupage filament paper and altered a carved wooden frame that I had earlier painted yellow.
To begin, I first decoupaged the motif on a coaster for which I used Deco Magic decoupage glue - Matte
Sealed the coaster with Decor varnish
Next, I randomly rubbed a wax candle over the frame. This helps achieve a distressed look.
After this, I painted the entire frame with Read more...
A warm hello to all my crafty friends. This is DT member Vidhu Thareja back on the blog with another inspirational project. As you all must be knowing that the ongoing blog challenge #30 is all about 'Anything goes with Filament Decoupage Papers'. So, I have designed a beautiful wall decor using Filament Paper and created a distressed wall effect.
Filament papers are just like rice paper and gives flawless finish. 60 gsm makes it perfect to use on any type of surface because these paper blend Read more...
Hello Itsy Bitsy Fans...
Priya Mishra here to share with you a beautiful key holder panel using the amazing Filament Decoupage Papers .
I created a wall panel and added two wooden spools to hang the keys. I have also used Little Birdie 'Shape It ' Craft Epoxy compound and Silicone moulds to create some exciting texture around my project. So let's begin the tutorial...
Chose your favourite Filament Decoupage paper and a MDF panel. Apply Deco Magic Decoupage glue and attach Read more...