Craft Cement Paper Weight

Hello friends, It's Yeshaswini here and I'm very excited to be on Itsy Bitsy blog today to share my recent project with Little Birdie Craft Cement. Craft cement is very easy to use. You just have to add water to it depending on the desired consistency and you are good to go! It is great for making planters, leaf bowls, candle holders,  DIY cement crafts, adding a hard textured layer on fabric, creating texture on mixed media projects and more. The cement comes in a jar of 450 gm. You will Read more...

Beautiful Cotton Bag with Instant Image Transfer Gel

Hello creative folks, Seema here today!  Hope you all are having a great time with your creative work.  I am here again with another creative inspiration with Instant Image Transfer Gel. As I always say, Instant Transfer Gel medium is magical. Why??? Because it gives you instant and super amazing results on almost any surface, be it wood, be it fabric, or a glass base. I have a project to share with you -  a cotton bag. Here you go with the step by step tutorial ... Hope you will like Read more...

Create Art – Mixed Media Art Journaling

Hello friends, Bela here! I hope you all are rocking and also enjoying all the amazing projects shared every week by my DT friends. Today on Itsy Bitsy's blog I am here with a beautiful art journal page . For me, art journaling is something where I can put my heart, mind and soul into the creation without thinking about the outcome or the choice of materials . Art journaling is so amazing that you can do your trial and errors, get to know some beautiful color combos and the use of some Read more...

Make a Wish – Fairy Clipboard with Image Transfer

Hello creative fellows a big hello from Seema! I am here with my very first post as a DT at Itsy Bitsy. I am super excited to share a very cute project with you all. Itsy  Bitsy has launched a magical product recently. Yes! I am talking about the Instant Image Transfer Gel. Here's  what all you need to decorate this tiny clipboard from AC Moore, using Instant Image Transfer Gel. In the first step, choose the base and a print of an image you want to transfer. Laser print works best Read more...

Repurposed Mixed Media Frame

Hello everyone, Pooja here today on the blog with a mixed media project  where I have used a lot of discarded materials. I thought it was a great way to reuse old and unwanted stuff and reduce waste! As you all know, I am a mixed media artist and I love to experiment with altered projects. I always enjoy turning useless things into  creative and beautiful pieces. Here, I have reused a lot of junk and named it a 'waste extension frame'.  Lets first have a look at the final outcome. Read more...

Decoupage Desk Organizer

Hi friends,   Gopi Shah here today at Itsy Bitsy's blog as a guest DT. Really happy to be back !!   Today I will share a Decoupage project on a MDF Desk Organizer using various  Little Birdie and other products from Itsy Bitsy.   Here is a step by step procedure you can follow to create your own decoupage project. To begin, I have used a MDF Desk Organizer from my stash. Firstly, sanded the MDF base with a sanding paper (available locally at any paint shop) and then applied Read more...

Succulent Platter – My Happy Place, Decor Piece with Embossing Texture Paste

Hello friends, Vaishali here,  on the blog today. Hope everyone is crafting great !!! Today's project is an extension to my last creation - Decoupaged Candle with Embossing Texture Paste effects.  The beautiful candle needed an equally beautiful base for display....and that brought in the idea of creating a platter for it, which would also work as a center piece for the table !!! Little Birdie's handmade succulents available at  Itsy Bitsy have always been on my wish list...So the next thought Read more...

Memories Which Last Forever – A Mixed Media Project

Hi friends, Saadia here today on the blog, I will be sharing a mixed media project with you. Let's start our project: I cut a heart shape from a MDF board  and glued pages from a book to it. Next, I mixed Texture Sand with Little Birdie 2 in 1 Mixed Media Paste and applied through a stencil. Covered the heart with diluted white gesso. After that, I colored the heart with Alcohol Splash sprays and Color Splash sprays of my choice. Glued embellishments and covered them with Read more...

Own Your Dreams – A Mixed Media Journal

Hello everyone Pooja here! As you know the theme of this month's blog challenge is to create anything with Embossing Texture paste. Today I have come with  an inspirational project that's created with Embossing Texture paste and Alcohol Splash. I have created this mixed media project in Little Birdie's mixed media art journal. Have a look at the end result! Process: 1. I have chosen the corrugated page from Little Birdie's art journal to create my composition. 2. I have done Read more...

A Mixed Media Canvas

Hi friends, Saadia here today! Sharing with you a mixed media canvas. I hope you like it . Let's start : I glued pages from an old book to my 8x10 inch canvas. Then I mixed Texture Sand with 2 in 1 Mixed Media Paste and applied it to the canvas through a stencil. Covered the canvas with diluted white gesso. Next, I cut a crescent shape from chipboard and glued surgical gauze with gel medium. Stenciled a design with a mixture of 2 in 1 Mixed Media Paste and Texture Sand. Applied Read more...