Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Little Birdie's Decoupage Glue

Hello Friends!
Today I am over at the Itsy Bitsy blog, with projects using the Little Birdie's Decoupage Glue. Let me tell you I have used both matt & glossy - it is a great product for a decoupage lover like me, offered at a very competitive price - Rs.220/225ml. It is also available in 100ml & 450ml variants.


 I loved the consistency of the glue & the ease of application. Must also mention I have tried using the glue on different surfaces - glass & MDF with napkins, paper & rice paper. The results were fantastic with all!

Some points that makes this a popular product -

  • It is archival, so will not yellow / damage your products over time
  • Very quick to dry 
  • Dries clear & non tacky
  • Can be cleaned easily with soap & water when wet
  • Works on many surfaces - paper, wood, glass, metal
  • Can be used as a glue & sealant
  • It is non-toxic

Here are the projects I created with decoupage glue - 

The first is a glass bottle on which I worked with a tissue - 




I love the seamless blending of the tissue with the background here - 



Next is a MDF trinket box for which I have used decoupage paper. 


Another brilliant product worth a mention here is the 1 step crackle medium from Itsy Bitsy. Look at the crackle effect, fantastic! Priced at only Rs.120 for 100ml,  it truly is a must for  your decoupage stash. 




Next I tried using the glue with rice paper on some caosters & once again the result was flawless - 





 For this key holder, I made use of decoupage sheets - 


And finally I have a glass plate, that will soon adorn my wall. Once again, its a tissue napkin here & the background is with chalk paints. 




The most important point while working with decoupage glue was that I have had almost no air bubbles in my projects! This glue is a total winner in my books & worth every penny!

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Friday, 1 December 2017

Shadow Box Frame


Hello!
I am on the Rinea blog with a tutorial to make a shadow box frame with Rinea foil papers.

Here is a pictorial for the frame - 

















 Aren't these frames are easy peasy to make! 

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Saturday, 25 November 2017

Wallet Mini Album

Hello Friends!
 I am back with a wallet style box mini album, using the gorgeous Cottage Blush collection. This album has plenty of flaps for over 12 pictures & a belly band for the closure. The paper pack also has some tags with quotes & elements which can be fussy cut & used to embellish your projects.



















This certainly is a gorgeous paper pack & I hope you like it. You can buy it from our Sales Buddies.

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Wednesday, 15 November 2017

Christmas Banner

Hello, Tanvi here bringing you some inspiration for Christmas! My project share today is a banner, I made this using the crafter's roll of Ruby/Gold Glossy foiled paper3D rolled star die setEmerald/Gold Glossy foiled paper.


I used some dies & embellishments from my stash to make this banner. The rich & festive colors of the foiled paper make such a beautiful banner!








Sharing this at - 
CHNC#359 - 17.11

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Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Just A Note

Hello Friends! 
Sharing a card after a very long time 😊

The Penny Black flower images are copic colored & fussy cut, popped up on a panel with some distress ink background.


Playing along the following challenges - 








CIC#431 - 28.11



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