Vintage Candle

Hello Art lovers! Welcome back to my blog, Shweta Singh here! This festive season let’s create vintage candle in  few easy steps. First Step Cut the Deco Transfer sheet, remove the film over it, turn it upside down and stick it to the base then dab it gently with wet sponge and remove the white paper by sliding over it . Second Step  I applied Fiber paste over the candle with my fingers. Let it dry . I used some embellishments and clay moulds to decorate it. Then I applied black Read more…

DIY Decoupage Tray

  Hello crafters, Neha here and today’s blog is about creating a serving Tray. For this project I used an MDF tray measuring 11x8x2 inch. I started by applying a very thin layer of gesso over the base of the tray. After that I painted all the sides of the tray using Little Birdie chalk paint – Bubble gum further leaving it to dry. Then I applied  a thick layer of one step crackle medium all over the painted sides and left it to dry. Next, I applied another layer of chalk paint Read more…

DIY Resin Fridge Magnet with Deco Transfer Sheets

Hello everyone. Visit https://youtu.be/6lQjuR-t0NQ  to follow the Step-by step video tutorial on how to make a resin fridge magnet with the deco transfer sheet. All the material used have been linked in the video description box. You can use the code KRIPA5795 to avail extra discount. Hope all of you enjoy the tutorial. I will see you soon with another inspiring project. Till them Happy Crafting Kripa Read more…

Paper quilling Lord Ganesha !

Hello crafters, Chaitrali here! Today I’m sharing a step by step video to make Paper quilling Lord Ganesha. This festive season make Ganesha frame with me. Hope you guys like my project. Thank you for stopping by. See you soon with another fun project! Use code CHAITRA5 to buy any product at www.itsybitsy.in and get 5% discount on your total bill. Materials used are: Wooden Photo Frame – 14x14cm, 1 Pc Little Birdie Quilling Strips – Sunshine Love, 5mm, 50 Strips Itsy Bitsy Read more…

DIY Envelope Box

Hello, I’m Minna Kareem, Brand Ambassador of Itsy Bitsy. Today I have come up with an easy envelope box tutorial blog. Let’s start.     Here are the products I have used: Little Birdie Printed Cardstock Pack 12″ x 12″, 12 Sheets, 250gsm – Birds & Berries Little Birdie Marina, Fairy Sparkle – 15 Pc Little Birdie Primed Chipboard- You Are Awesome Hope you enjoyed this super easy envelope box diy. Do give it a try with your favorite itsybitsy supplies.   Read more…

DIY Decoupage Coasters

Hello Everyone! So glad you are here to read this blog!! Today’s blog post is very beautiful yet simple and interesting. We are going to make some DIY tea coasters which will be a unique collection to your kitchen. So let’s start quickly. STEP 1 – I have here 6 Itsy Bitsy MDF coaters (square) 4” . These are approximately 5mm thick. I have a coaster stand too. Select the decoupage sheet of your choice. After that please cut the sheet with the help of a scissor and keep it aside. STEP Read more…

Brand Ambassador call 2021- 2022

It’s that time of the year again! We’re accepting applications for our Brand Ambassador Team for 2021 – 2022! This is a 6 month contract beginning from August 2021. We are looking for creative individuals who are passionate about our brand, love to explore and design out-of-the box creations. If you are eager to learn new things, take on the challenge of promoting our products, and want to inspire thousands of craft enthusiasts, we want you in our team. Itsy Bitsy is the most loved and Read more…

Sculpture Painting Home Decor

Hello creatives, this is  Srigowri Rajesh on the blog today to share a quick yet beautiful sculpture painting project. I have used the versatile, smooth, aromatic LittleBirdie sculpture past Take the MDF base from the wooden decorable collection from Little birdie and apply chalk paint Charcoal color on it. Draw a sketch of your own for reference with a pencil. I drew a branch with a few flowers and leaves. Now scoop Little birdie sculpture paste Rosewood and Midnight. Mix both pastes Read more…

Fluid Art Coasters With A Twist

Hello everyone, Nivisha here with you today. I am super excited to share this creation of mine with you all. It is absolutely stunning and has a very pretty aesthetic. The most surprising thing about these coasters is that they do not have acrylic pouring paints. Fluid art without pouring paint? Yes you heard me right. I did not use pouring paint. Instead I tried working on these coasters with different variations of paint. I used CHALK PAINT!! so let’s begin!! Materials Required: 1.Paper Read more…

Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge winners

Thank you all for showing such great enthusiasm and for the wonderful creations you linked to our ITSYBITSY BLOG CHALLENGE#33-2020,   (Anything featured  with  Decoupage products) The TOP 2 creations selected by the Design Team   are :    Entry no – 1 Nisha  Aggarwal Entry no -2 Sushmita Deshpande Congratulations Toppers   You all will get vouchers worth Rs.500 from Itsy Bitsy. (Redeemable Online Only) Please send an email  to  support30@itsybitsy.in Read more…