Upcycled Baking Tin Home Decor

Hi All, Sumedha here today to share a home decor project. I took an old baking tin which was lying in my kitchen for long and decided to upcycle it into a home décor piece. I selected the chalk paints- Tattered Lace, Pink Ballet and Misty Rose to give a shaded base to my tin. I used a floral decoupage napkin from the store and the stencil- Secret to Happiness. 2. I applied a base coat of Gesso and then 2 coats of chalk paints- Tattered lace, Pink Ballet and Misty Rose with a sponge Read more...

Home Decor Art with Stencils

Hello arty-crafty friends! DT Daksha here with my inspirational post using the newly launched 4"x 4" stencils. Sharing two home decor arts using stencils and Boho Dreams paper pack. I must add, the store has a wonderful new collection of mini stencils which you can use to create cards, decoupage art, home decor etc. I have made two frames ( size 6"x 9") and  tried to give a chalkboard look and watercolour effect with fussy cut elements from the Boho Dreams paper pack. Step by step Read more...

Mermaid Blues

Hi creatives, Roopashree here! I am immensely glad to continue my 2nd term as as Design Team member & hope I have inspired many fellow crafters with my creative projects & continue to do so. Without further ado let start the project. The newly launched mini stencils are so beautiful & handy, let's use these cuties & Paper pack "Songs of the Sea?" & create a photo gallery. Step 1 : Take one 10"X12" & two 4"X4" MDF as base & a beautiful fish scale Read more...

Home Décor Wall Hanging Featuring Stencils

Hello dear friends, Hema Bhat here and I am super excited about my first project as a DT member of Itsy Bitsy! Today I am using the new 4x4 inch stencils to create a super cute wall décor to inspire you for this month’s blog challenge. These stencils are very easy to use on name boards, coasters, card making, fabric and all those projects with smaller working areas. The best part is you are spoilt for choice as there are so many to choose from.  I spent a good an hour and half deciding Read more...

Fabric Decoupage with Image Transfer

Hello Creative Friends! This is Tanvi with my first inspirational post. Today I am sharing a project merging fabric decoupage with image transfer & walking you through the steps to do this yourself. Here are the supplies we will use. All these are listed & linked to the store at the end of the post. I selected a chalkboard image (Source - Google) for the image transfer. While printing the image remember- to use a laser print on normal printer paper (70-85 gsm) if the image contains Read more...

Pretty Women – Mixed Media Decor Featuring Little Birdie Sculpture Paste

Hi Creative friends, This is Chitrali here on Itsy Bitsy's blog today.  It's been a great pleasure to be associated with the esteemed organization. Thanks Itsy Bitsy for giving me this opportunity to share one of my projects with crafter friends and group members. I am sharing  a pictorial of the project "Pretty Women with a blooming Face" Below are the steps towards my project : 1) I have taken a Heart Shaped MDF Wooden Decorable panel as the base. 2) Applied White Read more...

A Pretty Box – Inside & Out

Hello everyone, Vini Gupta with you today to share an altered box. I have used three 4x4 inch stencils from the store to create different effects for a make over of a plain MDF box. The beauty of the stencils is that the designs are elaborate yet they fit in small spaces. I created the effects using 2 in 1 mixed media paste, embossing texture paste and metallic wax. The final finishing touches were added using paper packs and flowers from the store. As a first step, I primed the box Read more...

Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge#27-“Shine Your Creativity with Stencil”

Hello creative folks DT Jyotirmoy here today with my first blog for Itsy Bitsy. We warmly welcome you to our 2020 blog. Today I am here to inspire you with 'Stencils'. I am so excited to announce this month's blog challenge#27 "Shine your creativity with stencils" Today I am going to make a simple and easy mixed media project using 4*4inch stencils which are available at the all the Itsy Bitsy stores. The store has a wonderful collection of stencils which you can use to create so many new Read more...

Easy Cards Using Coordinating Stamps and Dies

Hello Friends, This is Tanvi here today to share some quick cards using a few stamps & coordinating stamp & die sets recently launched by Itsy Bitsy. For my first card I have used the Bloom Vista coordinating stamp & die set. I have used distress inks for the background as well as the flowers. For Card 2, I played with some Alcohol inks on Yupo paper to create a vibrant background & the stamped in from the Dream Big set. Stamping on pattern paper is an Read more...