Mermaid Messenger Bag with Glitter Fabric Paints

Hello friends! Harshada here on the blog today with an altered bag project using the fabulous Little Birdie Glitter Fabric Paints! So lets get started... For this project, I chose an old jute messenger bag which was lying in my cupboard for many years. As jute has a rough texture, it is difficult to paint a fine design on it, so I decided to paint my design on another fabric and then adhere it on to the jute bag. For this, I used a thin canvas cloth from my stash. I have used two pieces of Read more...

Special Birthday Card

Hello arty-crafty friends! My Birthday is in May and my daughter's is in June and she is turning 18 this year! So, I decided to make a special Birthday present for her. Here is the easel photo frame I made along with a three tier cake shape gift box.               Close view of photo frame  Close view of the three tier cake shaped gift box.                         Top view   Step by step instructions: #1- for the easel base, I took a 11.50"x 11.50" Read more...

Royal Lion Door with Metallic Waxes

Hello Friends! Priya here today to share another inspiration for the blog challenge this month. The challenge for the month is "Shine your creativity with Stencils". A range of new 4"*4" stencils has been released this month and they are all so gorgeous. I have used 3 different stencils today for my project. As soon as I heard the theme, I was clear what I want to make and I totally love the way it came out. I decided to make a 'Lion Door' on a canvas that symbolizes Indian heritage, courage, Read more...

3 Valentine’s Day Cards – Similar Yet Unique!!

Hello friends, Valentine's Day is just around the corner and I am here today to show you a set of cards I made for the occasion. I have used two paper packs for my cards. Although the layouts remain same, simple changes in material, color play and sentiments make them all look very different from each other. Take a look.....and tell me in the comment section how you liked the idea!! To begin with - I selected a paper from the Watercolor Floral Ballet paper pack and cut 4"x6" piece from it. I Read more...

‘Life is Beautiful’ Mixed Media Canvas

Hello everyone, Daksha here!  I am extremely excited to be here today as a guest DT at Itsy Bitsy's blog. This is my first post on the blog inspired by the blog challenge theme "Anything goes using Little Birdie Instant Image Transfer Gel". Hope my post inspires you all and gives you more ideas. Mixed Media Canvas with Little Birdie Instant Image Transfer Gel This is what I created................ Step by step instructions: First I took an 8”X10” canvas Read more...

Blessed- Mixed Media Canvas

Hello everyone!! Lisa here with today's Itsy Bitsy Post. This is a bit of a special one as we are coming to the end of our 6 month term with Itsy Bitsy Design Team. I have had the best time ever working with some of the most fabulous products in the market and working alongside the other lovely ladies on the team. So, for this project, I worked on a huge base which was a 20 inch x 12 inch canvas.  I worked on the back of the canvas to make use of the frame. Here is what I did... And 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...

The Girl in the Frame- Mixed Media Layout

Hello everyone! Lisa here with my next creation for Itsy Bitsy. Used lots of lovely Itsy Bitsy mixed media products on this project to add lots of different textures. This is a 12 x 12 inch piece what I am calling 'The Girl in the Frame'. I started with ripping a piece of 12 inch Textured White Premium Cardstock  in to strips. I then glued the strips to the centre of a 12 inch square piece of grey board with Craft Glue. I continually kept on overlaying Read more...