Watercolor Birdie

Hello All, Nupur here Hope you all are doing good! Let's paint a birdie today ....after all creative arts is the best therapy that allows the mind to express, explore, reduce stress and  and improve ones emotional well-being! You need not be extremely talented or an seasoned artist to receive the benefits of painting....just start with something and you will finally get there! Today, we will paint a bird sitting on a tree. Below is an image of how the final outcome will be. So lets Read more...

A Rustic Mixed Media Project on Canvas

Hi Everyone, Saadia here: Sharing with you a rustic mixed media project today. I have used lots of heavy elements in my project. The Heavy Gel Medium by Little Birdie Crafts is ideal for gluing heavy objects. Little Birdie Crafts- Heavy Gel Medium: Transparent, flexible, extra heavy body acrylic gel medium Can be used to glue heavy objects in mixed media projects Extends volume, viscosity and density of acrylic paints along with increasing brilliance and transparency Read more...

Dancing Jellyfish in Watercolor

Hi All, Nupur here today, Hope you all are doing good and crafting is making your life more fun and colorful. I am here again to share with you all another page of my journal. This page is inspired by my recent scuba diving where I spotted and discovered many underwater creatures and was completely mesmerized by the beauty of Jellyfish. Have a look at this Journal page of mine. I used Little Birdie's Art Journal 440 gsm and Mont Marte half pan set. Before going further I want to Read more...

Caged Heart- A Keepsake Sculpture

Hello lovelies, Lisa here and welcome to my post for Itsy Bitsy. I have been playing with the gorgeous Little Birdie Chalk Paints again for this project. They are stunning to work with, so smooth and a really nice thickness for good coverage. I decided to try something new and design a sculpture piece. So, I started with a glass coaster, polystyrene ball and a 3D cardboard heart. I glued them together then wrapped them with masking tape. (The masking tape is better to work on than the polystyrene Read more...

Celebrating World Watercolor Month with Art Journal

Hello All, Nupur here So let me start with telling you people something about myself. I am  a journal addict, when I say addict I really mean it! So, be it my flight, train or even a long drive, I always have my journal with watercolor set and some of my brushes with me. But I hardly show my journal to anyone, its something really personal to me. However this time I decided to share a page of my journal with you all. (Its all because of my love for Itsy Bitsy) By the way...have you tried Read more...

‘Live Every Moment’ Decoupage Tray

Hello lovelies. Lisa here with my newest creation for the Itsy Bitsy Design Team. For this project I kept my focus on the gorgeous Itsy Bitsy decoupage papers. The hardest part is choosing which of the papers to use as there are so many different designs and they are all stunning!! I chose the Timeless Beauty decoupage papers. There are 4 A4 sheets in the pack with two designs and two sheets of each design. I also wanted to use the Little Birdie "Live Every Moment" Primed Chipboard and I thought Read more...

Water Colour Painting with Gum Arabic

Hello All.... Nupur here and this time I will be showing you how to use Little Birdie's newly launched Gum Arabic. People who do frequent water-coloring must be knowing, how important gum Arabic is to create a master piece in watercolor. And thanks to Itsy Bitsy for launching this in India. This gum Arabic is of excellent quality and I can vouch for this. So lets get started..... Gum Arabic comes in a chunks, so what you need to do is take a airtight container and add 5-6 big chunks Read more...

A Mixed Media Project with Layered Textures

Hi Everyone, Saadia here! Today, I want to share with you a mixed media project. I hope you like it. Lets start: I took a 6x 10 inches MDF board and covered it with cheese cloth using Little Birdie Soft Gel Medium. After that, I mixed Texture Sand with Mixed Media 2 in 1 paste and randomly applied to the MDF board with a palette knife.      Texture Sand is great for adding grainy texture to projects. It can be mixed with Gesso, Mixed Media Paste , Gel mediums or any other Read more...

“Memories which Last Forever” – Mixed Media Canvas | Tutorial

Hello everyone, Mukta here! I have a mixed media canvas for you all today which is inspired by my childhood memories. As a child, the month of May was the time when the schools shut down for summer holidays and all books went back in side the cupboards!! All I did was eat mangoes and play in my garden which was filled with fluttering butterflies and fragrant flowers.  Thinking about gardens makes me nostalgic..... and in my canvas I tried to share some of my feelings with you! The alphabet Read more...

The Girl in the Frame- Mixed Media Layout

Hello everyone! Lisa here with my next creation for Itsy Bitsy. Used lots of lovely Itsy Bitsy mixed media products on this project to add lots of different textures. This is a 12 x 12 inch piece what I am calling 'The Girl in the Frame'. I started with ripping a piece of 12 inch Textured White Premium Cardstock  in to strips. I then glued the strips to the centre of a 12 inch square piece of grey board with Craft Glue. I continually kept on overlaying Read more...