Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge 31

Hi everyone, DT member Serene here today with my inspirational post using Little Birdie Archival multi-surface paints. I am so excited to announce this month’s blog challenge i.e. Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge #31 Anything goes with Multi-surface paints. To join the challenge, you  can choose any 1 or more of Little Birdie multi-surface paints and make anything to show your creativity. Kindly go through the guidelines to participate in the Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge#31- “Anything Goes With Read more...

Shabby chic wall decor art using filament decoupage paper

Hi everyone, DT Serene here with an interesting project using the newly launched Decoupage filament papers. I am so excited to work with them and to share this lovely project with you. Actually I loved all the 21 designs, but I selected the paper set 'Music room' as it suited my project perfectly. Coming to the papers, they come in a set of 2 coordinating designs in 60gsm, A4 in size. They give a feel of rice paper. This single layer paper can be adhered on all surfaces easily even by the Read more...

Glitter Art Cushion Covers

  Hi everyone, hope you all having a great day. I am really excited to work with the amazing new product : the Little Birdie Glitter Fabric Paints. Oh my gosh! the glittery paints are an absolute delight to work with, such beautiful colours, texture, easy to dry and so easy to work with. Today I will be designing two beautiful cushion covers, they can be an amazing addition to your craft room or even your reading room, to bring the right amount of bling and Read more...

Pinewood Wall Organiser

Hi everyone, hope you are all doing fine and this lock down period is treating you all well. Stay home and stay safe! I believe that being creative helps us to stay sane and satisfied and reduces the anxiety of all the chaos that happening around us. We will ride over this too.  Today I am proceeding with the step by step instructions on this  awesome wall organiser. This is a lovely project where you can write down you reminders, display your lovely photos, notes, hold a mini plant pot, your Read more...

A Blooming Lamp

Hello friends, Vini here! While I am home bound with less activity than before due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I wanted to bring some cheer to myself and you all through my latest craft work! The quote ‘Live Life in Full Bloom’ always inspires me and I found the same stencil from the store! That began the starting point for this project. Living life in full bloom means living with hope and purpose, with imagination and vision in a way that honors the Earth, the spirit, and one another Read more...

Spring floral wreath

Hello everyone,I have been planning to do a spring theme wreath for sometime. The new collection of beautiful handmade flowers from itsybitsy have been perfect for the project and loved every minute of this . It's fun, bright and simple to make. Hope you enjoy this cute project and with the coronavirus lockdown we all need something to cheer us up. You can use any assorted little birdie handmade flowers. 1. I have painted the embroidery hoop with wood stains chestnut and cinnamon . 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...

Antique Door in a Fairy Garden

Hi Creatives, Ashwini here! I am fascinated with fairy gardens and antique creations is my craze. I have mixed both my favourites to create this beautiful concept. Will be showing you the procedure of creating an antique door in a fairy garden in a step by step process. Let's get started. Step 1: I have taken a MDF board measuring 10" by 10". i have cut down the chipboard in a door pattern in the form of strips and stuck them on the MDF board.                       Read more...