Quick And Easy Festive Coasters

Hello arty-crafty friends, Sabiha Khan here from the Itsy Bitsy design team with a quick and easy project ideal for the festive season.  As our life is coming back to normal and we are enjoying the festive mood, today I have come up with a picture tutorial on making some colourful festive looking coasters which you can use at home or gift someone. I have used the newly launched archival multi-surface paints from Little Birdie. These paints are quick drying and come in 24 beautiful bright shades. 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...

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...

Stained Wood Dream Catcher Key holder

Hi creatives... Let's begin the blog with some positive thoughts. While we sit at home let us make the best of what's still around. It is "Better to be busy than to be busy worrying". Today, I have designed a project that's simple & easy with minimal supplies.  Without further ado let's start making the stained wood dream catcher. Step 1: Take a 7" X12" piece of pine wood. Apply a coat of wood stain with cotton (wear gloves while using wood stain), draw a semi circle on the top part of Read more...