Vacation – Scrapbook Layout

Hey there crafty people! Welcome back to the Little Birdie blog and thank you so much for stopping by.

Today I am sharing my last DT layout for Little Birdie as the term has now come to an end.

I thought I’d do a travel themed layout this time as I don’t seem to do too many of them, I hope you like it.

For this layout I have used cardstock and some elements from 3Quarter Designs ‘Bon Voyage’ collection.

I did a fair bit of mixed media for the background of this one. I did some stenciling using black ink and stenciling using white gesso, which I then sprinkled embossing powder over the top of while it was still wet.

I also did some stamping using black ink.

I heat embossed the honey comb chipboard and attached it around my photo.

I created a flower cluster around my photo and also heat embossed some postage stamp resins and tucked them under the flowers.

To finish off, I added some glitter to some of the flowers for extra sparkle and also sprinkled some stones over and around the flowers.

I hope you have all enjoyed seeing my creations for the Little Birdie Design Team over the past year, it was a pleasure working with this amazing team.

Mel x

Products Used
-3Quarter Designs ‘Bon Voyage’ cardstock/elements
Little Birdie white gesso
-Little Birdie mixed media stones
Little Birdie ‘Honeycomb Chipboard’
Little Birdie ‘Arcadia Aqua Medley’ flowers
Little Birdie ‘Natalie Arctic Ice’ flowers
Little Birdie ‘Elira Shabby Chic’ flowers’
-Kaisercraft ‘Compass’ stencil
-Unbranded ‘Arrow’ stencil
-Ranger Distress Oxide in ‘Black Soot’
-Random Arts ‘Postage Stamp’ resins
-Couture Creations ‘Turquoise’ embossing powder
-Stampendous Fran-tage ‘Aged Marine’ embossing powder
-Lindy’s embossing powder in ‘Don’t Scream Aquamarine’
-Nuvo glitter accents in ‘Fresh Snowfall’
-Unbranded ‘Postage Stamp’ stamp

Cherry Blossom Altered Box

Hello creative friends !
Eva here! Today we will be altering this easy and super cute box using my favourite collection Poppy’s & Roses. To start, you will need these alterable boxes. I have used the 4” size ones.

Start by priming the box using white Little Birdie gesso using a brush.

Since the Poppy’s and Roses pack comes with a coordinating decoupage sheet, I adhered them to the cover of my box using the Little Birdie Deco Magic glue and left them to dry naturally. I did the glossy finish for my cover.

Now comes my favourite part – Stencils. I used this geometric stencil and created textures on my box base using the Little Birdie 2 in 1 Mixed Media Paste. Gave it a red coat using acrylic paints but You can also go for the matte finished look using chalk paints.

Then to add more dimension and depth on the cover, I cut assorted sizes of rectangles using the Poppy’s and Roses paperpack and then started layering them.

To give the box more definition I used a lot of stone pellets, beads, flowers and other embellishments.

Here’s a close up of the different details of the box. Hope You enjoy creating these cute altered boxes.

Little Birdie Materials :

  1. Poppy’s & Roses paperpack https://littlebirdiecrafts.com/products/paper-pack-12in-x-12in-poppies-roses-12-sheet
  2. Poppy’s & Roses decoupage sheet https://littlebirdiecrafts.com/products/decoupage-paper-a4-poppy-grace-poppy-field-2desx2-4sheets
  3. Mixed media paste https://littlebirdiecrafts.com/products/mixed-media-paste-white-400gms-little-birdie
  4. White gesso https://littlebirdiecrafts.com/products/gesso-white-100ml-little-birdie
  5. Rectangle thin cut dies
  6. Handmade Flowers
  7. Stone pellets
  8. Geometric Stencil

Lots of Love,
Eva

Steampunk Wooden Box

Hi everyone it’s Hilda here with a new project and tutorial.
It’s an Steampunk wooden Box. For decoration I used Little Birdie chipboards, resin elements and colored with waxes.

I started sticking some lace on the top of the box and also stick embossed cardboard on the sides of the box.

Once dry, I select the chipboards and embellishments.

Started to stick them on the box.

To finish off I colored with waxes .

Thank you for visiting this blog post and I hope this inspired you to create something as well!

Little Birdie Crafts Supplies:

Male Accordion Album

Hey there crafty friends! Welcome back to the Little Birdie blog – Melissa with you today and I am sharing something new and different.

I thought I would have a go at creating an accordion album (just because) and decided to make it a male themed album.

To create this album I followed Einat Kessler’s tutorial on YouTube.

To see a quick flip through of my album, click on the YouTube link below.

I hope you liked my latest project. Maybe you can give this accordion album a try too someday.

I will be back with some more crafty inspiration very soon, until then…happy crafting!

Mel x

Products Used
-Black card stock
Little Birdie ‘The Classic Gentleman’ collection
Little Birdie ‘Brick Wall’ chipboard
Little Birdie ‘Bling Fiesta Gold
-Twine
-3Quarter Designs ‘Precious Time’ chipboard
-3Quarter Designs ‘Miss Aeronaut’ chipboard
-Kaisercraft ‘Decorative Locks’ wooden flourishes
-The Dusty Attic ‘Industrial Globes’ chipboard
-Finnabair rust effect paste in ‘Green’ & ‘Dark Brown’
-Couture Creations embossing powder in ‘Chunky Aged Copper’ & ‘Copper’
-Lindy’s ‘Don’t Scream Aquamarine’ embossing powder
-Stampendous Fran-tage embossing powder in ‘Aged Silver’
-Ranger distress ink in ‘Vintage Photo’


Free-form ATC – The Summer Triangle

Hello, it’s Jinal! it’s October and I am here with another tutorial with another form of mixed media.

ATC are always fun, what excites me more that there are so many elements one can add in these cute, tiny form… ATC are usually limited to 2.5*3.5 card however free-form ATC gives you the opportunity to play around with different shapes

These are my ‘The Summer Triangle’ literally inspired by the constellation. It is actually the amalgamation of stars from three separate constellation i.e. they form a giant triangle in the sky composed of three bright stars – Vega, Altair and Deneb

STEPS TO MAKE THIS:

STEP 1: Prime it with white gesso, allow it to dry… Then apply chalk paints of your choice.

STEP 2: Use reverse stenciling technique when one of the star is still drying.. pick up the extra colour with baby-wipes…. you can even use background stamps to add texture.

STEP 3: on the branches/leaves elements painted with chalk paint and then used WOW embossing powder over it for the grungy and shiny effect.

STEP 4: Layer it with your embellishments- chipboards, moulds, critters, hand-made flowers.

Hope you liked my make for this month…

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Floral Card – Hello Friends

Hello Again!

Today I have done a simple card using the beautiful papers from Little Birdie Crafts. I knew I wanted to play with these watercolor type images from this paper pack from the day I got it! Take a look at what I’ve created and I’ll tell you more about how to do it.

To start, I chose three of the designs that sort of coordinated together. The pack is called ‘Floral Ballet’ and it has a great selection of small floral designs, large floral patterns and different combinations of each. It also has a few pages of large floral watercolor images & some sentiments and greetings in coordinating colors.

Once I selected my paper patterns, I grabbed a stitched rectangle die from my stash.  I decided to highlight the colors in the papers towards the center and the greenery towards the outside but really so many possibilities with this idea!  I used tape on the backside of the strips of paper so that when I ran everything through my die cut machine so my end result would be a stitched single piece in the end.

I played a little to figure out the best background mat color to use with this stitched paper rectangle by trying out different colors from the Chevron Aquarelle paper pack. So many gorgeous colors in this pack and I have nearly used it all in my projects this past year! I chose the lovely purple color because the center panel on my card has just a hint of that color.

Then I went to work die cutting my greeting.  I chose to use the lovely Alphabet Fun thin cut dies from LBC.  I did not want to keep them plain white so I opted to paint them after I die cut two sets of letters.  I did two because I wanted to be sure they held up to the paint. I adhered them to each other with liquid glue and then popped them up on dimensional tape to the front of my card.

Then finally, I added some of those 3D Pearl Drops in Candy Glaze to add a little something to finish off my card.  I hope you enjoyed my project today and I hope you’re inspired to look at your paper collection in a different way.

~Adrienne

Supplies Used:

Floral Ballet Paper Pack

Chevron in Aquarelle Paper Pack

Alphabet Fun Thin Cut Dies

Pearl Drops – Candy Glaze

**Please note, the Shimmer Paint was a discontinued product by LBC so I can’t share the link to purchase but it went so well with my project, I decided to use it anyway**

Decoupage Vase With Crackled Effect

Hello to all of you creative souls

Zvia here with the second creation for September.
It’s a decoupage vase with beautiful Little Birdie products.

In just 5 steps you can create a stunning vintage creation that will sweep up anyone off their feet.

And the enjoyment of the work is also guaranteed.

Aside from waiting for the materials to dry which is a bit challenging

The result is impressive and enjoyable.

  1. * Paste a decoupage sheet that you cut out
  2. *Add colours to the background
  3. *Use the two-step crackle medium
  4. *Fill the crackles with metallic wax
  5.  *Finally, cover with a layer of soft medium gel

You are welcome to see the full tutorial on my YouTube channel.

Decoupage Vase / Designed for Little Birdie Craft – YouTube

List of links to Little Birdie products:

Decoupage Paper A4 – Robin Garden:
Decoupage Paper A4 – Robin Garden – 4 Sheets – littlebirdie (littlebirdiecrafts.com)

Deco Magic Decoupage Glue – Matte: Deco Magic Decoupage Glue – Matte, 100ml – littlebirdie (littlebirdiecrafts.com)

Multisurface Paint Each 60ml Pack of 6 – Berry Basket: Multisurface Paint Each 60ml Pack of 6 – Berry Basket – littlebirdie (littlebirdiecrafts.com)

2 Step Crackle Medium-Top and Base Coat: 2 Step Crackle Medium-Top and Base Coat 200 ml – littlebirdie (littlebirdiecrafts.com)

Metallic Wax – Antique Gold: Metallic Wax – Antique Gold, 20ml – littlebirdie (littlebirdiecrafts.c

Acrylic Soft Gel Medium – Gloss: Acrylic Soft Gel Medium – Gloss 100ml – littlebirdie (littlebirdiecrafts.com)

Thank you all

I wish you all the joy of creation and inspiration

with love

Zvia 

Mixed Media Tags

Hello, Little Birdie Crafts Friends! How are you all doing today?

I’ll be sharing with you how I created these mixed media tags using various material from Little Birdie Crafts.

  • Step 1 : Coat the cardstock with some clear gesso.
  • Step 2 : Add some torn up book pages on the tags and add another coat of Clear Gesso.
  • Step 3 : Paint on some acrylic paint and metallic paint on the tags but leave off enough areas unpainted to show off a bit of those book pages.
  • Step 4 : Once paint is dry, coat random areas of the surface with One-Step Crackle Medium.
  • Step 5 : Once the Crackle Medium is dry, apply a coat of white paint over the crackled areas
  • Step 6 : Add in embellishments and layer them according to your preference, then glue them in place.
  • Step 7: Paint over the embellishments with metallic paints and brush them with some metallic wax
  • Step 8: Add darker paints within the sides of the embellishments to help your design pop out, then add in some micro beads and jute strings to finish off the design. And that’s it!

These are perfect little tokens to give to your friends and family or as trade cards with fellow crafters.

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Bright and Fun Postcards

Good morning crafty friends,

I wanted to send out some cards, so I made a few with all the happy colors!

All the little papers you have leftover are perfect to make a cluster, a cute quote and you have the perfect card to sensibility as happy mail!

So use your scraps❤️
lots of love Suzanne

Birthday Flowers – Layered Card

 Hello Friends!

Today I have some lovely watercolor painted flowers for you using the Bloom Vista Stamp set from Little Birdie Crafts.  I tried to jump out of my comfort zone and do something a little different with my card base by choosing a neutral color and background.

To start, I chose the sticker from the ‘Floral Birthday Wishes’ embellishment pack.  I knew I wanted to incorporate this color scheme into my card so off I went to stamp and watercolor.

I wanted to share my watercoloring two ways.  First, I painted all the images using the Watercolor half pan set.  I mixed colors until I had shades I was happy with.  Then, I added some black colored pencil on top for some additional shading.  You can see the shaded version in the left side image.  I really liked how it added some dimension to the flowers and made them appear a little less flat than just watercoloring alone.

Once all the flowers were painted, I then die cut them out using the coordinating framelits that come with this stamp set.  I went to figuring out my design next.

After laying the pieces down on my brown card stock, I felt that I needed just a bit more interest to make the flowers pop off my card.  I went for the Chevron Stencil and some chalk paint.  I mixed the Charcoal, Walnut Cream and Orange Splash paints until I had a brown shade that I liked.  It’s subtle but I think adds that little something I was looking for.

Once I was ready to start gluing, I started adding foam tape on parts of the design to give a real 3D effect.  I left some images flat and used liquid glue, some items one layer of foam tape and a few images two layers of foam tape.  I also let a few elements overhand the edge of my card for effect.

I had a lot of fun planning this card and really enjoyed seeing my end result.  I just adore watercoloring and find it so relaxing.  I hope you get a chance to play in watercolor someday soon as well.  Until next time, have an amazing day!

~Adrienne

Supplies Used:


Bloom Vista Stamp and Die set

Floral Birthday Wishes Embellishment set

Chevron Stencil

Vibrant Matte Chalk Paint

Muted Matte Chalk Paint

Watercolor Pan Set

Lovely Card

Hi everyone, today I’m here to share a creation made with the ‘Shabby Chic Bouquet’ collection.

I created a card envelope in order to be able to slip a word, a tag or a photo.

Little Birdie Crafts Supplies:

Thank you for visiting this blog post and I hope this inspired you to create something as well!

Accordion Dream Photo Book and Card

Hi everyone, I am so excited to be on the blog once again. I had an awesome time designing for Little Birdie Crafts for the last 8 months. This is going to be my last post for this tenure and I am definitely going to miss you all here. For today, I have something lovely to share and inspire you.

I have made a mini accordion dream photo book along with a coordinating card.

I have used Boho Dreams Ephemera Embellishments along with ‘Boho Dreams’ printed cardstock collection 12*12inch paper pack for my project today.

I have also used black cardstock and colored cardstock from the brand.

Hope you enjoyed my projects today. Thanks once again for always being so appreciative and kind.

Stay inspired and let the creativity flow !!

Hugs, Anushree

Special Love – Scrapbook Layout

Hey there crafty friends! Welcome back to the Little Birdie blog – Melissa here with you today and I am sharing a beautiful romantic red and white coloured layout. I hope you like it.

For this layout I have used 3Quarter Designs’ beautiful ‘Forever You’ collection.

I did some background stamping with a script stamp and mahogany ink to start with and then distressed and inked the photo matting pieces.

I cut up some hexagon chipboard and coloured it with gold wax.

I then arranged some elements around my photos, using mounting tape on some to create layers.

I arranged the flowers and used some gold wax on them, and then sprinkled some gold glitter over the top as well and around the layout for some sparkle.

I heat embossed the title and attached it to the bottom of my photo.

I hope you liked this layout, I will be back again very soon with some more crafty inspiration. Until then…happy crafting! 🙂

Mel x

Products Used
-3Quarter Designs ‘Forever You’ collection
-Script stamp
Little Birdie ‘Rosalind Sangria’ flowers
Little Birdie ‘Chipboard Happy Together
Little Birdie ‘Honey comb’ chipboard
Little Birdie ‘small red roses’
Little Birdie ‘Red tulip stems’ flowers
Little Birdie ‘small white flowers with leaves
Little Birdie cream ‘Open rose’ flowers
Little Birdie ‘EMB flower bud cream’ flowers
Little Birdie ‘Marina Amor Mio’ flowers
Little Birdie ‘Gold bling fiesta
-Stampendous Fran-tage ‘aged scarlet’ embossing enamel
-Cadence ‘Gold’ finger wax
-Ranger distress oxide in ‘aged mahogany’

Fairy Box – Mini Book

Hello my crafty friends! Gunjan here! I am back with another interesting project.

I have made this mini book with “Celebrate Life” Paper pack and Little Birdie’s element sheets. So let’s get started…

Starting with chipboards of 11*11 inches and middle chipboard of 7*11 inches and closing one of 3*11 inches.
Further I covered the chipboard to obtain a mini scrapbook. Both outside and inside.
This seems like a box scrapbook to me which closes at the end 🙂

Using the hinge method, I made hinges to hold the inner pages with a gap of 1.2 cms.

Jumping onto decorating the front part.
I started off with Little Birdie’s beautiful lace on the left.
Some round rings from glitter cardstock ‘Bright’.
Adding a bicycle die cut on the side of the scrapbook.

Pearl drops make everything so pretty and also coming next to the gorgeous handmade Little Birdie flowers.

My absolute favourite flowers works like cherry on the top for me .
I have added these journaling cards/doily cuts inside the pages for personal messages or pictures.
I have left some space inside the pages while sticking it to the hinges.
What a beauty these journaling cards are!!!
Secret pockets are perfect for secret surprises and personalised messages or pictures!
Added some elements inside as well!
The inside pages can be filled with pictures, quotes, and ephemeras accordingly.
We are done with the pretty mini scrapbook!
Here are the final pictures with closer look!♥️🎀

I hope you guys enjoyed as much as I did! Tagging links to the products used below!

Art Journal Pages

Holla! Jinal Savla here…This month I have been experimenting with art journal and various techniques of mixed media… Let me take you through the process.

Step 1: Glued down 2 pages together to create a slightly thicker base and then primed it with Little Birdie’s white gesso.

Step 2: Sprinkled water randomly on the page. Used Vibrant shade chalk paints from the brand with combination of pink, orange, and yellow and blended them together.

Step 3: Used reverse stenciling effect. Before the paint dries I used a stencil to lift some paint off the page with a baby wipe.

Step 4: To add more texture, stamped certain designs/texture randomly to get the depth using LB – pigmented dye ink pad…also stamped ‘Dream’ on the right side of the page.

Step 5: Used Little Birdie’s Gold leaf flakes along with gliding glue to achieve the shimmer sentiment- ‘Shine’

Step 6: Die cut flowers using LB thin cut dies, watercoloured the inside, stuck it slightly keeping one over the other and doodled the outline with 0.5 marker.

Step 7: Added sentiments and a bird element along with sprinkled paint to complete the final look of the page.

Art journaling is super relaxing and I usually enjoy working on it when facing any kind of creative block. You can experiment with different techniques, background, textures and so forth… it gives you complete freedom to express! Hope you too give it a try and experience it for yourself.

List of products used:

1- chalk paints https://littlebirdiecrafts.com/products/chalk-matt-acrylic-paint-vibrant-60ml-each-6pc?ref=JinalSavla

2- Gesso- https://littlebirdiecrafts.com/products/gesso-white-100ml-little-birdie?ref=JinalSavla

3- Stencil- https://littlebirdiecrafts.com/search?page=2&q=stencil&ref=JinalSavla&type=product

4 – Clear stamp- https://littlebirdiecrafts.com/products/clear-stamps-mystique-garden-1pc-little-birdie?ref=JinalSavla

5- Thin cut die- https://littlebirdiecrafts.com/products/coordinating-clear-stamp-dies-set-bloom-vista-18pc-1set?ref=JinalSavla

6- Pigmented ink pad: https://littlebirdiecrafts.com/products/pigment-ink-pad-passion-flower-p9-1pc-little-birdie?ref=JinalSavla

You can use my coupon code ‘Jinal5’ to get additional 5% discount of your cart.. Use the link below

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Wishing you a happy weekend ! Stay Happy and Healthy.

Much Love, Jinal Savla

Mixed Media Tag

Good morning crafty friends,

I have made a mixed media tag for you.

I started with some gesso and then added a light paint. When this was dry, I added modelling paste through a stencil and made sure it was dry before I added some gold and pink paint.

When all the paint was dry, I used the stamp to add some contrast to the tag and splattered with black and white.

To finish, I used the papers and flowers to make a nice cluster and a beautiful quote.

hope I have inspired you, can’t wait to see what you create

love suus_creative

Halloween Home Decor

 Hello to all of you creative souls!

 Zvia here with another creation for October.

It’s a Halloween home decor! I used some beautiful Little Birdie products.

Another way to use the two-step crackle medium.

You are welcome to see the full tutorial on my YouTube channel

List of links to Little Birdie products:

Epoxy Art Resin & Hardener- 250ml + 125ml, Transparent:

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Little Birdie Reusable Stencil – Arabesque Delight:

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Mixed Media Paste – White:

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Acrylic Gesso- Black:

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Metallic Wax – Berry Glaze:

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Metallic Wax – Aqua Sheen:

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Metallic Wax – Patina Glaze:

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Metallic Wax – Antique Gold:

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Little Birdie Handmade Flower – Heleen Fairy Sparkle:

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Acrylic Heavy Gel Medium – Matte:

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Acrylic Soft Gel Medium – Gloss:

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2 Step Crackle Medium-Top and Base Coat:

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Thank you all

I wish you all the joy of creation and inspiration

with love

Zvia

Poppies and Roses Hoop Decor

Hello my crafty friends! Gunjan here! It’s the festive season! I am here with a festive decor project.

Today my project revolves around beautiful “Poppies and Roses” collection.

Starting off with beautiful poppies and roses pattern papers and a hoop.
I have cut a circle of the same size as the hoop and pasted over it.
Further I have cut a semi-circle and pasted on the opposite side of the previous circle using a double tape so that we have enough space inside to put our journaling cards.
Next, I have cut stripes of glitter sheets from cardstock – Brights
How beautiful it looks here !😍
Time to play around with the ephemeras of the same collection and Little Birdie’s “beautiful moments” primed chipboard.
Later, I took ‘sweet’ sticker from Little Birdie handmade embellishments and also pasted pretty red handmade flower at the corner.
I made tags using thin cut dies to put inside the semi circle flap.
“Sequins Medley” for decorating the hoop on the sides.
I have used Little Birdie satin cord to make a loop on the top for hanging purpose and also applied metallic wax on the chipboard and somewhere between to give a shimmery effect.
and we are done with the simple DIY festive decor project!♥️
Tags and journaling cards to put inside the hoop!
Some detailed pictures of the entire project!♥️
I hope you guys enjoyed as much as I did!

Tagging all the links of the products below.

Victorian Shabby Chic Mixed Media Panel

Hi creative people – Today I am on the blog to share a very shabby chic Victorian mixed media panel. The inspiration came after watching a movie which had a wall panel with a similar background .

Let’s head to the blog and see a step by step tutorial on how I created it. I had an MDF mini plank in my stash. I thought of using it for my project. I began with a coat of white gesso on it.

Once the gesso was dry. I gave a coat of Tattered Lace chalk paint mixed with Snow Dove multi-surface paint to my panel and the clay frame since I wanted it to be slightly beige in color and not white.

Once the chalk paint dried I added a strip of paper tape 1/2 inch wide at equal intervals. I did it by eye balling it for an equal space between two strips. Then I dabbed Misty Rose chalk paint and a hint of orange in the area which was not covered with tape. I added a hint of orange as I wanted it a shade between pink and peach.

Once the panel was dry. I added fine lines of gold to give it a rich Victorian vibe. For this, I used a clear embossing pen by Rangers and gold embossing powder by Little Birdie brand and heat embossed it. To balance the look, I used gold alcohol ink marker and gave golden edges to the sides of the stripes that were not heat embossed. Hope you can see the thick and thin lines of gold on the panel, thick ones are heat embossed, thin ones were made with a gold marker.

I was pretty happy with the background. For my focal point I used a clay frame from my stash and highlighted the highpoints with Gold metallic paint and antique gold wax.

For my frame I chose an image of a Victorian girl in sepia and used soft gel medium to seal the image. I used chipboard pieces on the back of the image to give support to the frame. I glued all of it with heavy gel medium.

I used Little Birdie flowers and ephemera for my composition. I stamped some script in brown for my background. Before gluing my composition, I try out different arrangements and once I liked it, I glued each piece one at a time.

I added a sentiment “DREAM” from one of the older sentiment collection from the store. I dry brushed the flowers with white gesso to tone down the pink of the flowers. Finally gave some fine splatter with diluted black gesso.

I hope you like the project as much as I do and will give it a try.

Till next time – Ciao

Sumedha

Materials Used: