Mixed Media Card

Hi All, Nupur here today, Lets take a look at what I made! Yes, its a mixed media card, with lots of texture and an embossed frame and more... Let us take a look at how I made it. I used cardstock and a pattern paper from the Cottage Lace paper pack. I embossed the smaller cutouts of cardstock with the help of an embossing folder. And colored them with distress ink. In the lace pattern cutout, I applied heavy gel medium through a stencil that gives the look of pebbles. Added Read more...

Easy Textures with Little Birdie Embossing Texture Paste

Hi Friends Suman here today with you as a guest designer to share my work with Little Birdie’s new mixed media art journal and Embossing Paste -Frosty Fizz and Iced Slate from Itsy Bitsy. I was very excited to receive the Mixed Media journal and Embossing Paste  from Itsy Bitsy . My heartfelt thanks to Rashmi Harish for thinking of me. I have two projects to share with you with the craft supplies .........   Ist one Art Journal with Embossing Paste ..... I decided Read more...

A Vintage Mixed Media Altered Box

Hi Everyone, Saadia here! Today, I want to share with you an altered box. I used Little Birdie's recently launched colors of Chalk Paints. The chalk paints are fast drying matte acrylic paints. They can be used on home decor projects, furniture, canvas , paper and even very slick surfaces. They give beautiful coverage even with one coat and the color range is just amazing.   I hope you like my project. Lets start: I covered the box with Little Birdie's white Gesso. This Read more...

Memories- A Mixed Media Project

Hi Everyone, Saadia here I want to share with you a mixed media project today, mostly painted with Little Birdie Chalk Paints. The range of Chalk Paints are so beautiful, easy to use and are versatile. They come in so many lovely colors. Lets start: I cut a heart shaped MDF board with a knife and covered it with surgical gauze. You can also use cheesecloth instead of gauze, to create texture. Next, I applied Grainy Texture Paste with a palette knife, mainly at the edges.  Little Read more...

Dream-A Mixed Media Project

Hi Everyone, Saadia here, I want to share with you a mixed media project today. I wanted to make a dream catcher or a wreath with Little Birdie's beautiful flowers but couldn't decide. So I ended up with a dream catcher, wreath hybrid! I hope you like it. Lets start: To begin with, I applied Little Birdie Fiber Paste with a palette knife to a MDF board. This Fiber Paste gives a very beautiful texture and 3D dimension to the project. Its easy to use and spreads well. It  can be tinted Read more...

Vintage Decoupage Bottle with A Difference

Hello everyone, Pooja here today to share with you my creation. It's a decoupage bottle I will be making today and I hope you find it interesting and inspiring and try it out! When I got these new decoupage papers from Little Birdie, I liked the vintage look so much that I immediately decided to try out something with a classy, vintage appeal. Have a look how I made it.... First of all I cleaned a bottle. I wanted to use only the design at the center,  so I cutout the extra paper. Read more...

Making Resin Embellishments with Resin and Hardener

Hello Friends, I am Sunita Tandon and  today, as a guest DT in Itsy Bitsy's blog, I will share with you some tricks and tips of making resin embellishments. Little Birdie's Resin and hardener can be used for making wonderful embellishments that you can  further use in your projects. Have a look at the finished product to believe in what I say! Let's start making the embellishments:- Step 1 The supplies which you will need are :- Silicon Moulds, Little Birdie Resin (Clear and Read more...

Heart and Soul- A Mixed Media Layout

Hi Everyone, Saadia here I want to share with you a mixed media layout today. Little Birdie flowers are so beautiful and versatile. These can be used on scrapbooks, layouts, canvas, cards, home decoration items.  When I saw Little Birdie's  blue and white flowers in the kit , I knew I wanted to  make a layout.  I don't make layouts often. But this time, I couldn't resist myself! I hope you like it. Lets start : I used a 12x 12 inches canvas panel for the layout. Glued book papers Read more...