Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge 19

Hello All, Bela Shah here!  Hope you all are doing good. You guys  must be waiting eagerly for the next Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge! The next challenge is simple and super fun!! I feel maximum number of people should participate in it. The product is extremely versatile and no one can go wrong with it. Can’t wait to see what you make this time.  So without much ado, I am happy to announce our Challenge #19….. Any thing goes using Little Birdie Craft Cement.  There are amazing Read more...

Little Birdie Gold Alcohol Splash- Experiments on Different Surfaces & a Review

Namaste friends!! This is Kriti Mishra at Itsy Bitsy's blog today as a guest DT.  Thank you so much Rashmi and the entire IB team for this wonderful opportunity. I got Little Birdie's Gold Alcohol Splash in my Guest DT kit. So, today I will be sharing a few projects and my experience with these. FIRST PROJECT Sharing my process and results of playing with Gold Alcohol Splash for the first time on glossy photo paper. I have selected this because it's the back of the glossy photo paper Read more...

Love and Memories – A Mixed Media Canvas

Hello everyone, Charu  here! First of all, many thanks for all the love you have shown!! I was thrilled with the appreciation I got for my first project with  Instant Image Transfer gel. Hope you like this project too! As Valentine's Day is just around the corner, here I am to share a cute romantic mixed media project with you all. It's a great project to have in the backdrop of a romantic candle lit dinner for two. {wink wink} In the first step I stenciled my 8 by 8 inches canvas Read more...

Live Your Dreams – A Mixed Media Canvas

Hi Everyone, Saadia here, Today, I am sharing  a mixed media project with you. I hope you like it. Let's start : I used an 8x10 inches canvas panel by Monte Marte, as my substrate. I covered it with Little Birdie 2 in 1 Mixed Media paste. I applied the paste through a  Little Birdie stencil. Next, I glued my embellishments with Heavy Gel medium - Matte. I glued the flowers with hot glue gun to save time. After that, I covered everything with White gesso. This gesso is Read more...