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 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…

Mixed Media Butterfly Wall Decor

Hello dear crafters, Itsy Bitsy’s Brand Ambassador Jyotirmoy Barman here today to share with you a mixed media butterfly home decor. For my project, I used an MDF base from the store. They have added a wide range of designs, so check them out! I made a video tutorial  for this project. It will be helpful to follow the steps and recreate this beautiful wall decor piece. Do give it a try. Visit  https://youtu.be/9YhaT1c770c  to follow the step by step process and do let me know how you liked it.   See 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…

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…

Mixed Media Decor

Hello everyone, Shilpa Nagaonkar here to inspire you with a mixed media creation. Recently, I started exploring mixed media possibilities and the more I created, the more I fell in love with it. So I picked up a 4″ MDF coaster from Itsy Bitsy for my today’s mixed media work. Let’s begin, Step by step tutorial: I started with applying Little Birdie Mixed Media Paste on the coaster through the  ‘Palm Flourish’ stencil to get a texture design. 2. To prep the background, I applied a Read more…

Serve in Style – Decoupage Tray

Hello friends, DT member Nandhini Vasandan here and this time I have brought you an interesting creation that will help you add an attractive twist to how you serve food to your guests at home. I have made a beautiful tray using awesome supplies from Itsy Bitsy. I hope you guys take this project as an inspiration and participate in the ‘Decoupage Challenge’. I will share tips and tricks of using the wonderful collection of decoupage supplies, to make an exciting floral theme tray. Here Read more…

Vintage lantern

   Hello creative friends, DT member Jyotirmoy Barman here today with a vintage lantern using Little Birdie archival multi-surface paints and metal lantern. The multi-surface paints are suitable for indoor and outdoor usage and can be used on various surfaces including paper, clay, glass, metal, plastic, terracotta, ceramic etc. Now let’s see how I created my project.   Step -1 I took a white washed Alterable photo frame and a metal lantern. Step- 2 Then I applied Littlebirdie Multisurface Read more…

Lord Ganapati Wall Decor in Dhokra Style

Hello crafters, DT Jyotirmoy here today! I am back to our favorite Itsy Bitsy blog with another quick tutorial of a wall decor.  Today I am going to make a wall decor item in Dhokra (or Dokra)  style using my favorite Little Birdie Shape It. (air hardening clay) Dhokra  is a non–ferrous metal casting using the ‘lost-wax casting’ technique. It  has been used in India for over 4,000 years and is still in use. The name ‘Dhokra’ comes from the Dhokra Damar tribes, traditional metal Read more…

A Magical Conversion with Little birdie metallic paints

Hello my Crafty Friends! Meraj here! Here’s wishing you all a very very Happy New Year filled with all the joys and smiles 🙂 Today I am sharing  here  a creation where you can convert a glass object to a copper looking one just by using the awesome Chalk Paints with some other basic supplies and paints. Hope you liked the above finished pics of the glass bowl being converted with the looks of a copper bowl. Below is the step by step picture tutorial for the Read more…