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...

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...

‘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...

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...

Mixed Media Butterfly Folder

Hello lovely crafters, Lisa here with my creation for Itsy Bitsy. For this creation I decided to decorate a grey board folder.  Grey board is a fantastic base to work on, as it is strong enough to take numerous layers of different mediums. The size of the folder is just a bit bigger than an A4 with a front over-flap which wraps around the front of the folder. So, here is my finished creation... And this is how I did it.... First I painted the folder, both front and back with Little Birdie's 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...

Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge 17

Hello Crafty Friends, Hema here today with you all . You guys  must be waiting excitedly for the next Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge. I think few of you would have guessed it already what the next challenge is all about. Yes, it is anything that goes with Little Birdie's Embossing Texture Paste. They are so versatile that you can use them in cards, mixed media or any other project….. Can’t wait to see what you make with them…so without much ado…I am happy to announce our Challenge #17 Read more...

Happy Home- A Mixed Media Wall Hanging

Hello everyone, Pooja here today with a mini mixed media wall hanging. Have a look at the finished project before we begin the step by step tutorial. Process: I have used a thick card board as base. First, I pasted a paper from Little Birdie's Texture Brew pattern paper pack with a wooden effect, onto the base. 2. Did some stencil work with modelling paste. I have used a Little Birdie stencil that gives the look of a tree bark. 3. After it dried, I applied glossy Read more...

Creative use of Grainy Texture Paste in Mixed Media

Hi friends, Ruchi Gupta here, I am back as a guest designer again with yet another blog post. This time, I would be talking about creating some coloured pastes from Little Birdie's Grainy Texture Paste. The paste is quite versatile and I am sure till now most of us have used this to add texture to our projects. Today I am going to make colored texture paste and use them as a coloring medium for my mixed media project. Hope you find the step by step useful. I have included a video but do excuse Read more...