Live The Moments – Scrapbook Layout

Hey there crafty people! Welcome back to the Little Birdie blog, Melissa here with you today and I have a new layout to share with you.

For the bottom of this layout I used the orange card stock from the ‘Woodland Stories’ collection; for the top of this layout I used floral card stock from the ‘Watercolor Floral Ballet’ collection, which I lightly distressed the bottom of and for the matting of my photo, I used a small piece of card stock from the ‘True Love’ collection, which I cut out using a metal die.

Between the top and bottom card stocks, I attached some burlap to break them up a little.

I did some stenciling on my background, using white gesso and I used the ‘Poppies & Roses’ elements around my photo.

I then attached some beautiful red flowers & roses and a couple of yellow ones to cut through the red a bit.

I coloured a chipboard border & the chipboard title using ‘Glimmer Moss’ wax and Matt chalk acrylic paint in ‘Lemon Chiffon’ & ‘Wild Wasabi’ and I coloured some chipboard flower pieces using ‘Lemon Zest’ sparkle paste.

To finish off this layout, I added some glitter paint to some of the red flowers to make them sparkle and some clear crystal drops to the chipboard pieces to make them glossy.

All products used on this layout are from Little Birdie, except the stencil, crystal drops & glitter paint (see product list below).

I hope you liked this layout and are inspired to try something similar. I will be back again very soon with some more crafty inspiration. Until then…happy crafting! 🙂

Mel x

Products Used
Little Birdie ‘Watercolor Floral Ballet’ card stock
Little Birdie ‘Woodland Stories’ card stock
Little Birdie ‘Classy Chic white burlap’
Little Birdie ‘True Love’ card stock
Little Birdie chipboard sentiment
Little Birdie chipboard border
Little Birdie chipboard flowers
-Kaisercraft ‘Quilted’ stencil
Little Birdie ‘Rosalind Sangria’ flowers
-Little Birdie Paper crafting medley Roxanne’ flowers
Little Birdie ‘Poppies & Roses’ elements
Little Birdie ‘Queenie Love & Roses’ flowers
Little Birdie small red flowers
-Little Birdie ‘EMB bud with leaves red’
-Little Birdie ‘Spring Petals’ flowers
-Little Birdie ‘Spring Sorrento Petals’ flowers
Little Birdie ‘small red roses’
Little Birdie ‘White Gesso’
Little Birdie Metallic Wax in ‘Glimmer Moss
Little Birdie sparkle paste in ‘Lemon Zest’
Little Birdie matt chalk acrylic paint in ‘Lemon Chiffon’ & ‘Wild Wasabi’
-Nuvo crystal drops grande in ‘Clear – Morning dew’
-Glitter paint in ‘Silver’

Floral Room Decor

Hello its Wanda!
Here with a quick and easy room decor using Little Birdie products.

I bought a S1 wooden frame and painted it with Little Birdie chalk paint. Once it dried, I used the Fairy Sparkle collection which is my favorite and cut out a piece for the inside frame.

I also cut the door and added foam tape in the back for some dimensions. Then I started to decorate around the frame using the primed chipboard pieces. I added Little Birdie handmade flowers and microbeads around the frame and the door and if you look closely I also cut out a little fairy and she’s sitting on the bottom right side on top of the flowers.

I finished it off with some stickers to say ‘craft room’ and love how it all came out. Super easy! hope do you like it?

Paper Pack Fairy Sparkle- 12in x 12in, 12sheets, 12 Designs, 250gsm

Hope you like and thank you.

Picture Frame Step by Step Tutorial

Hi,

Today I want to show you how to transform a big frame mould into a beautiful picture frame, using fabulous Little Birdie Crafts products.

At first I cut chipboard and cardstock from the ‘Shabby Chic Bouquet’ collection for the background, and glued them to the back of the mould.

















Then I chose the picture, flowers, and embellishments for this project.

The next step was to add some texture paste to the background:

After it dried, I started to laying all the elements I had cut from the same collection and the flowers:

The next step was to add some colors to this beautiful frame.

I finished with a little bit of gesso:

And here are the final photos for my project!

I hope you enjoyed from this step by step tutorial,

see you at the next one,

Avishag

The material for this project: