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...

Smell The Sea…. A Canvas with Chalk Paints

Hello atry-crafty folks, Gayatri here with another inspirational project with Little Birdie Chalk Paints. Today I have gone out of my comfort zone and tried something new.  All our DT members are so talented that they have inspired me to try something new. So, this time I tried my hands on a mixed media canvas. I used chalk paints to create the background. The more I work with chalk paints, the more I fall in love with them . They dry quickly and give a matte finish. Little Birdie has such 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...

Be You, Bravely- Mixed Media Layout

Hi everyone, Saadia here! I want to share with you, my first project as part of the DT for Itsy Bitsy. I'm so happy and excited to be here. Today I will be sharing a mixed media project with you that has blended textures and some vintage hues. Have a look...   To begin with, I used a MDF board as the base for my project.  I trimmed it to 6 x 10 inches. Applied surgical gauze to it with Little Birdie Soft Gel Medium-Matte. Thereafter I applied Little Birdie Grainy Texture Read more...

Mixed Media Project with Tinted Metallic Paints

Hello everyone, Pooja here Today I want to share my new mixed media project with you all, which I created with Little Birdie's Tinted Tinted Metallic paints. Have a look.... Process: I took a piece of chipboard and cut it into pieces and pasted them onto another chipboard sheet as shown in the picture below . 2. Thereafter I covered the base with some leftover paper and die cut pieces. Next, I did some stencil work with mixed media paste. 3. Applied black gesso all over Read more...

Crafter in the Spotlight

Hello arty crafty friends I am back here this Thursday with yet another talented Crafter in the Spotlight! Every now and then we see so many of our creative friends coming up with out-of-the box ideas, sharing amazing projects, inspiring us to create more and how lovely it is when we get to hear their story in their own words!! This week it’s Pranita Dhamdhere, an engineer and MBA, who will be telling us about her journey down the creative lane and how she juggles between work, home and craft! Read more...