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…

Mixed Media Alphabet ‘R’

Hi Creatives, Roopashree here, bringing you a simple yet classy & easy mixed media art on paper mache alphabet. Will be altering an alphabet ‘R’ as my name starts with R & would be a great decor piece. Let’s get started. Step 1: I have taken paper mache letter R. To make the surface workable, I primed it with a coat of White Gesso and allowed it to dry. Step 2: Next, I added some texture to the surface by stenciling with 2 in 1 Mixed Media Paste. Step 3: Next, I made some Read more…

A Magical Conversion with Little birdie metallic paints

Hello my Crafty Friends! Meraj here! Here’s wishing you all a very very Happy New Year filled with all the joys and smiles 🙂 Today I am sharing  here  a creation where you can convert a glass object to a copper looking one just by using the awesome Chalk Paints with some other basic supplies and paints. Hope you liked the above finished pics of the glass bowl being converted with the looks of a copper bowl. Below is the step by step picture tutorial for the Read more…

Mixed Media Decorative Treasure Box

Hello creative folks, This is Seema here! I am back again with an interesting step-by-step tutorial.  I love to work with different kind of mediums to make my projects. This time I have selected mixed media form to make the box. I am in love with mixed media art. The best part is that the Itsy-Bitsy store has each and everything related to mixed media or any other form of art.:) Let’s start!! I made a beautiful wooden treasure box using Thai Clay and other mixed media products Read more…

Vintage Decoupage Box with a Touch of Mixed Media

Hello arty-crafty friends! Daksha here! For today’s post I have decoupage watch box with a touch of mixed media. I did decoupage box after long time and I wanted something different, so here it is. Step by step instructions First I gave a coat of white gesso and then gave two coats of white chalk paint to the box all around. In between, I sanded with a sanding block to get a smooth finish. I made these Thai clay flourishes in advance as they need 24 hours to dry. I have Read more…

‘Serenity’- Mixed Media Glass Lamp with Craft Cement

Hello arty-crafty friends! As you all know this month Itsy Bitsy blog challenge #19 is all about  Little Birdie Craft Cement! You can make anything with this wonderful product. For more details please click HERE There are amazing videos on how to make various craft projects with cement  all over Facebook and Youtube. So,  you have lot of inspiration and  ideas available for making some wonderful and cool stuff with this amazing product. The DT team also has some fantastic ideas to keep you Read more…

‘Life is Beautiful’ Mixed Media Canvas

Hello everyone, Daksha here!  I am extremely excited to be here today as a guest DT at Itsy Bitsy’s blog. This is my first post on the blog inspired by the blog challenge theme “Anything goes using Little Birdie Instant Image Transfer Gel”. Hope my post inspires you all and gives you more ideas. Mixed Media Canvas with Little Birdie Instant Image Transfer Gel This is what I created……………. Step by step instructions: First I took an 8”X10” canvas Read more…