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

‘Fabulous You’ Mixed Media Canvas

Howdy!

This is Jinal Savla, once again I am back with my DT inspiration. This canvas is inspired by Affirmations! I affirm myself to remind Me, how fabulous I am and the things around me and never ever forget the purpose I am here for.. Enjoy your time here, Be Kind but Courageous… basically just be Fabulous!

You can watch the making process of this canvas on my YouTube channel.

Have used 2-step crackle effect to get these beautiful cracks
Using Little Birdie flowers is my favorite part. It makes projects delicate… I have used Aqua Medley handmade flowers.

Chose to use amazing watercolour die cuts from the store.

Products used for this canvas,

Little Birdie’s 2-step crackle medium

Little Birdie’s Craft pellet

Other product used:

Wow embossing powder

Hope you enjoyed my make.. See you next time.. Until then Stay safe, stay healthy and do not forget to be Fabulous!
Much Love,
Jinal Savla

DIY Festive Drink Coasters

When I am setting the table for guests I like to add something fun and unique! I recently found a batch of pastel colored tiles at a local salvage store.  Tiles are the perfect size for a drink coaster, and by adding embellishment from Little Birdie Crafts, they become dazzling.

They are also very quick and easy to personalize and embellish.   Little Birdie has so many cute embellishment packs.  They come with color-coordinated trims and embellishments that were perfect for coordinating with the tiles I found.

What you’ll need:

Step One:

Paint the 3D kraft letter and then remove the sticker back and stick to the tile.

Step Two:

Apply adhesive around the edge of the tile, follow with a sprinkle of sequins.

 

Let the adhesive dry and your tile coaster is ready to use. You now have a thoughtful handcrafted drink coaster that your guest can also take home after dinner!  This is super simple and lots of fun!

Thanks for stopping by!

Check out Little Birdie for other fun embellishments, a great range of paint colors, stickers and ribbons.  Can’t wait to see what you make!

Natalie