Same Stamps Different Cards – DIY Cards with a New Look

Hello everyone. How have you all been? Honestly, I am just waiting for everything to get back to normal. But who knows, this may be the new normal! So, its best to take life as it comes and enjoy every moment doing what you love most. The one thing which is keeping me sane is crafting. I am experimenting with all kinds of mediums and arts but card-making will be my forever love. I am glad that it is not going to change ever! Today, I am sharing two cards made with a single stamp set. Read more…

Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge 29 winners

Thank you all for showing such great enthusiasm and for the wonderful creations you linked to our ITSYBITSY BLOG CHALLENGE#29-2020, March  (Anything featured  with  Little Birdie Glitter Fabric paints ) The TOP 2 creations selected by the Design Team   are : kavita Anand  Entry no – 1 Archana Jain   Entry no – 2 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…

Sparkly Mixed Media Canvas with Glitter Fabric Paints

Hi All, Sumedha here. Today I am on the blog with a fun mixed media project where I have used fabric glitter paints in a unique way. I started with a burlap canvas I had in my stash. First, I added clear gesso on it to prep the canvas for the colors which I am going to apply on it.Next, I added some background with the help of modelling paste and a stencil.   Next I  added some background with the help of modelling paste and stencil. I added a lace from my stash Read more…

A Gusion Tote Bag!

Hello everyone hope you are all staying safe , We are back with the projects using Little Birdie Glitter Fabric paints The more we are moving towards making the planet green, the more we need to make reusable bags our habit. I decided to get a sturdy cloth bag from the Itsy Bitsy store and design it in my own way. This is my own version of the traditional gond art done with the amazing Little Birdie Glitter Fabric Paints. I printed out a design from Pinterest. I traced the design on the Read more…

Tropical Foliage Clock with Glitter Fabric Paints

Hi everyone,DT Serene here, welcome back. Hope  you all are doing well and are creating beautiful art for our ongoing  blog challenge no 29. Today I am sharing with you a beautiful and fun project using the fabulous  glitter fabric paints. They are an absolute delight to work with. I was inspired by the foliage of the tropical forests for this project, and the lush green colour go beautifully well with the monsoon season.   Method 1. I have used a 10 X 10 inch wooden Read more…

Shimmery Canvas Photo Frame with Glitter Fabric Paints

Hello creative people! Jyotirmoy here. I love to keep good memories. Good times may come and go but memories last for ever. Today I am sharing my inspirational post using the newly launched Little Birdie Fabric Glitter Paints. I love these glitter paints for their great quality. Now let’s start . Step 1: First, I took a canvas. I used the rear side of the canvas. Step 2: Next, I coloured the edges of the canvas with Little Birdie Charcoal black chalk paint. Step 3: When the colour dried Read more…

Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge 28 winners

Thank you all for showing such great enthusiasm and for the wonderful creations you linked to our ITSYBITSY BLOG CHALLENGE#28-2020, March  (Anything featured  with  Little Birdie Handmade flowers) You must be eagerly waiting to know about the results of this month’s challenge. The TOP 2 creations selected by the Design Team  (in no particular order) are : Sushmita Deshpande – Entry no –  13 Sirisha Setia – Entry no – 3 Congratulations Toppers   You all will get Read more…

Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge 27 winners

Thank you all for showing such great enthusiasm and for the wonderful creations you linked to our ITSYBITSY BLOG CHALLENGE#27-2020, March  (Anything featured  with 4×4 stencils theme) You must be eagerly waiting to know about the results of this month’s challenge. The TOP 2 creations selected by the Design Team  (in no particular order) are : Sneha Maroo Sevvna  Entry no – 1 Smita Singh    Entry no – 2  Congratulations Toppers   You all will get vouchers worth Read more…

DIY Treasure Box Tutorial

Hello Itsy Bitsy fans, Priya Mishra here with you today and I hope all of you are safe at home and following all the guidelines. This is a real trying time and we have to overcome this together. Today, I have a simple altered box project to share, it comes with a small step by step tutorial. We all have so many boxes at home which can be transformed into a beautiful treasure box using very basic products from our favourite craft store. Here is my box which I made out of an ordinary cardboard 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…