‘Spring Blooms’ With Sculpture Paste

Hello crafty friends! For today's post I have a project using Little Birdie Sculpture Paste. This Sculpture Paste is a decorative plaster for sculpture painting, 3D flowers and relief art. The paste is ideal for 3D designs, holds formations like thin petals and finer details well. Can be used with stencil, best applied with palette knife. It's water based. For best results, allow it to dry naturally (do not force dry with a heat gun). After complete drying, you may apply varnish on the project Read more...

Chalk paints Tips, Tricks and Techniques

Hi, This is Anamika Sarkar on Itsy Bitsy's blog today. I am so happy to be sharing with you tips and tricks of using Chalk Paints as a guest DT. Chalk paints are so versatile. Knowing various techniques, where to use them, how to use them can give you so much advantage in prettifying and adding colours to your projects. I have also done a tutorial on the same which can guide you too. So let's get started .... Firstly I would like to say that chalk paints can be used on any surface ...be Read more...

One Step and Two Step Crackle Medium – How are They Different?

Hello Crafty Peeps, I am Ranjana Jindal. Today I’m here at Itsy Bitsy's blog with my project - “Little Birdies". A question often asked by crafters is- How is 1 Step and 2 Step Crackle Medium different? Today, I will compare Little Birdie's One step  Crackle Medium and & Two Step Crackle Medium. Both are wonderful products with good results but most of the people are confused which one to use when and how to use them. So here is the comparison between the two… Project with 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...