Steampunk Notebook Cover

Hello to all of you creative souls,

 Zvia here with a steampunk notebook cover created with beautiful Little Birdie mixed media products.

You are welcome to the full tutorial on my youTube channel
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iuYslwQlc3c

List of product links:
Silicon Glue:
https://littlebirdiecrafts.com/collec…
Texture Brew Collection:
https://littlebirdiecrafts.com/collec…
Acrylic Gesso- Black:
https://littlebirdiecrafts.com/collec…
Acrylic Heavy Gel Medium :
https://littlebirdiecrafts.com/collec…
Acrylic Soft Gel Medium:
https://littlebirdiecrafts.com/collec…
Stone Texture Paste – Chocolate Fudge:
https://littlebirdiecrafts.com/collec…
Little Birdie Reusable Stencil:
https://littlebirdiecrafts.com/collec…
Little Birdie Acrylic Matt Chalk Paint Set: https://littlebirdiecrafts.com/collec…
Tinted Metallic Paint – Tawny Glint:
https://littlebirdiecrafts.com/collec…
Tinted Metallic Paint – Silver Charm:
https://littlebirdiecrafts.com/collec…
Metallic Wax – Aqua Sheen:
https://littlebirdiecrafts.com/collec…
Metallic Wax – Silver Glitz:
https://littlebirdiecrafts.com/collec…
Metallic Wax – Antique Gold:
https://littlebirdiecrafts.com/collec…
Metal Microbeads – Iced Slate:
https://littlebirdiecrafts.com/produc…

Thank you all

I wish you all the joy of creation and inspiration with love

Zvia

Mermaid Affair

Howdy People!

Jinal Savla here, back with another exciting and cute tutorial. This time, I got you a quick mixed media tutorial.

Hop on to the link below to learn to make this adorable ATC coin.

Here are the gorgeous pictures of the project… if you like it then do drop some love in the comment section…

Will come back very soon with another tutorial for you. Till than take care and stay safe. Sending all of you, lots of love and light… with much Gratitude – Jinal Savla

Stenciled Storage Drawers

Hi everyone! Tamara here with a fun upgrade to some little wooden storage drawers, using just a few Little Birdie supplies.

I started by applying a base coat of white gesso and then a layer of the One Step Crackle Medium to my drawers. Then I topped it off with a layer of the pretty light blue chalk paint from the Muted collection.

Once I had my base in place it was time to start adding details. I sanded down the edges and added some taupe paint and then pulled out my large floral stencils.

I think it’s fun to use different parts of the stencil, let them wrap around the edges, and to mix and match the designs. I used a sponge brush and the light pink chalk paint to create the base of the flowers. To add a more personal touch I layered on the darker pink using a dry brush technique with a small paint brush to add depth and texture and create more of a handpainted look.

The box needed some little feet so I used my hot glue gun to add some wooden beads to the bottom and then some crochet lace for drawer pulls.

I love how it turned out, and now I have a place to store my Little Birdie handmade flowers!

I hope that gives you some fun ideas for using your stencils in a new way. Little Birdie has so many pretty stencils to choose from!

Here are the products I used:

white gesso
One Step Crackle Medium
Chalk Paint-Muted Collection
Chalk Paint-Vibrant Collection
Pansy Laser Cut Stencil
Roses Laser Cut Stencil