Decoupage Organizer – Frozen Theme

Hello crafters, Neha here and today’s blog is about creating a ‘Frozen’ themed organizer. For this project I have used a galvanized metal bucket. I started by applying a very thin layer of white chalk paint in a small circular portion and then painted the remaining area using Little Birdie Faded Denim  chalk paint with the help of a sponge dauber. After that I re-painted it using Little Birdie chalk paint – Sailing Sky further leaving it to dry.       Then I painted the inside Read more…

Wall Decor – Goddess Durga

Hello dear crafters, Jyotirmoy Barman here. It’s the festive season and I am so glad to be sharing another  post on the blog! Today I will be making a pretty handmade wall decor ‘Goddess Durga’ with an ethnic touch !  I have made a step-by step video tutorial for you to follow along. So get ready to make this gorgeous wall decor and watch the video. https://youtu.be/kuqsFCBaTl0 Read more…

Decorative Flower Vase

Hello dear crafters, it’s Jyotirmoy Barman here! I am back with another beautiful project – ‘Decorative Flower Vase’. I am sharing a step by step video tutorial for you. https://youtu.be/QHYZgOSYmfw   Thanks for visiting the blog. Hope you get inspired to create something similar. Do share your creations with us. Till next time, stay safe and keep crafting!   Read more…

Decorative Key Holder

Hello dear friends, Jyotirmoy Barman here. Today I am sharing a step by step video of how to make a key holder with mixed media techniques. Let’s enjoy the tutorial  https://youtu.be/NuKz_CmamEk Read more…

DIY Decoupage Box

Hello crafters, Neha here and today’s blog is about creating a multipurpose gift box using the very versatile Little Birdie Deco Transfer sheets. For this project I used a wooden square box measuring 15x15x8cm.  I started by removing all the hardware using a screwdriver. After that I painted the box inside out with Little Birdie chalk paint – Rose Blush. After that I chose a design from the Deco Transfer sheet and then cut it precisely using scissors. Then I peeled off the transparent layer Read more…

Golden Ganesha Home Decor

Hello Friends! Welcome to my first post for Itsy Bitsy! Today’s blog post is a very beautiful and rustic wall decor. So let’s start! Decoupage Art- Golden Ganesha! Materials used- MDF Base from Itsy Bitsy, Deco Transfer sheets, Resin Ganesha embellishment, Little Birdie  Chalk paint, Drift Wood and Charcoal, Tinted metallic paint – Golden Glaze, Decor varnish – Gloss, Silicone Glue. Brushes and sponge for application.   STEP-1 Firstly combine the chalk paint shades Charcoal and Read more…

Deco Transfer Home Decor

Deco Transfer Home Decor   Hello all!! DT member Shweta Singh here with my first DT project . Step -1 I primed a circular MDF base with Little Birdie white gesso, then I let it dry. I created some designs with the help of a mould from the store and air dry clay. Without letting it dry I placed it on the base .   Step-2 Before sticking  the middle part of the mould, I took a deco transfer sheet and cut a design out of it. Now I gently removed the film Read more…

Wooden Table Organizer – Warli Art

Wooden Table Organizer Hello friends, I am Jyotirmoy Barman, Brand Ambassador of Itsy Bitsy. Today I am going to make a wooden Table Organizer using a wooden caddy and Little Birdie craft supplies.   I have created a video for you so that you can follow the steps easily and create a similar one one too. Link of video tutorial is given. https://youtu.be/K0__ex_RGsI 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…

Altered Journal Cover

Hi all, Srigowri Rajesh is on the blog today to show you how easily we can decorate a journal cover with mixed media techniques, using Little Birdie’s wide range of mixed media products. This is my last project as a design team member. Here, I take the opportunity to thank all the Itsy Bitsy family members, who gave me the chance to exhibit my talents and explore the variety of mediums to try and share the knowledge with all craft lovers. Once again thank you team Itsy Bitsy. Now, will go into the Read more…