Puja Thali Decoration with Archival Multi-surface Paints

Hello creative friends, DT member Chitrali here today with a beautiful  puja thali  and wall decor plate using Little Birdie archival multi-surface paints. First of all I want to say that Little Birdie multi-surface paints are really amazing. I love  these paints. They are water based, non toxic, and give a satin finish with great coverage. The multi-surface paints are suitable for indoor and outdoor usage and can be used on various surfaces including paper, wood, clay, glass, metal, plastic, Read more...

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...

Decorative Decoupage Kitchen Hanging

Hello Crafty friends, DT member Chitrali on the blog today back with another beautiful home decor kitchen wall hanging. It is beautifully done using newly launched Filament Decoupage Papers. These Decoupage papers come in 21 different designs with 60gsm thickness. They give a smooth finish and are easy to use. All the designs are beautiful and there are awesome colors to choose from. They are good to go with any surface. As you all know this months blog challenge  #30 is “Anything goes with 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...