Magical Monogram

Hello Everyone! Welcome to another blog by your crafty friend Virti Mehta. Today I would like to ask you a question - Do you like something that is made particularly for you? Let me put it like this for you- won't it be great if someday someone gives you a handmade gift particularly for you only? Either way, your answer is going to be a BIG YES! So, today we are going to make a personalized monogram. Let us start right away. Firstly, We need a paper mache monograms. You find a wide Read more...

Steampunk Altered Bottles

  Hello Friends, Suman Pandit here with you today. I created a set of 'Steampunk Altered Bottles' with lots of mixed media supplies from Itsy Bitsy. I used Little Birdie Grainy texture paste and Stone texture paste , some random laces, and twine to create the background texture on the glass bottles...   Then, I used a stencil from the store and crackle paste to add some more texture... I wanted to use the steampunk bulb chipboard set as the focal point on the bottles. Read more...

Mixed Media Art Journal

 Dear crafty friends, Kripa here today with a mixed media art journal page. Hope this inspires you to try some new techniques and join the 'Mixed Media Challenge'' this month. To begin, I cut out the dragonfly and clock motif from a Little Birdie filament decoupage paper. Glued it on some white cardstock and cut it out. Next, I drew some lines on the same cardstock and divided them as shown. I have labelled them so that I can apply the same paste on them later on. I also cut a few chipboard Read more...

Cute wall decor Daizy patel

Hello Everyone Daizy Patel this side. Today I am going to share with you step by step tutorial on how I created this cute wall decor. I hope you will like it. As February is fondly called the Love Month, I have named my project Sweetheart. Step 1: I took MDF base in shape of Heart (which I had got from Itsy Bitsy Store) and coated it with Little Birdie's Black Chalk Paint.   Step 2: I used Little Birdie's Rolling Stones Stencil and Grainy Texture Paste to give wall Read more...

Ethnic Pen Holder

Hello creative friends, DT member Jyotirmoy Barman  on the blog today with another inspirational project. You all know that the ongoing blog challenge #30 is all about 'Anything goes with Filament Decoupage Papers'. So today I am using the amazing filament decoupage paper design "Ethnic Paisley" to make a beautiful pen holder. So let's begin the tutorial. At first, I took a brown paper cylinder and cut it into desired sizes and applied white gesso. Then I applied black gesso on the round Read more...

Decoupage Buddha Key Holder

Hello Itsy Bitsy Fans... Priya Mishra here to share with you a beautiful key holder panel using the amazing Filament Decoupage Papers . I created a wall panel and added two wooden spools to hang the keys. I have also used Little Birdie 'Shape It ' Craft Epoxy compound and   Silicone moulds to create some exciting texture around my project.  So let's begin the tutorial... Step 1: Chose your favourite Filament Decoupage paper and a MDF panel. Apply Deco Magic Decoupage glue and attach Read more...

Wall decor with filament decoupage paper

  Hello creative people, DT member Jyotirmoy here today with an inspirational project created with the newly launched filament decoupage papers. These filament papers are made with finest quality translucent fibres.There are 21 unique designs available in the store. These papers can be used easily and there are no issues of wrinkles and bubbles. I chose a Ganapati print to make a wall decor. To see the detailed tutorial read along... Step 1: For my project I took a MDF base and applied 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...

The Door – Mixed Media Canvas

Hello friends & fellow crafters I am Anamika here  with my first blog post for Itsy Bitsy. I was wondering what would be apt for transforming into a home decor piece. I immediately got the answer .....what could be better than using a canvas frame? And I could also experiment with Itsy Bitsy's awesome range of mixed media pastes. So let's start.... First -  I took a 16 by 12 white canvas frame    Next, I created different textures with 2 in 1 Mixed Media Read more...