DIY Resin Beach Pendant

Hello everyone! Daisy here. I am back with another resin DIY. Thank you for taking time to read this blog. Today we will be making a Resin Beach Pendant. For this DIY we will need resin, resin pigments, alcohol inks(optional), silicone molds (any shape that you prefer), sand, a measuring scale, a paper cup, a popsicle stick (I have used a plastic one here) and a jump ring. Before starting with the DIY, please make sure to use safety gear when working with resin. Please use a Rrespirator and Read more…

DIY Resin Keychain

Hello everyone! I am Daisy from the new team of Itsy Bitsy Brand Ambassadors and I am here today to share with you my first inspirational project. Thank you for making time to read this blog. Today we will be making a resin keychain where you can add your name’s initial letter. For this we will need resin, resin pigments, silicone molds (any shape that you prefer), measuring scale, a paper cup, a popsicle stick (I have used a plastic one here), an alphabet cut out (I am using the alphabets stickers), Read more…

DIY Resin Coaster – Black & White with Gold Gilding

Hi everyone, Kripa here! Thank you so much for taking the time to read this post. Today I will be making a very simple resin coaster with Little Birdie Gilding Flakes. Let’s get started… Step 1: I have taken a 4inch MDF coaster as the base. First I primed the base with Gesso. Since I am using black and white resin pigments, I will prime the base with half of white gesso and the other half with black gesso. Allow the gesso to fully dry before pouring resin on it. Once the gesso dried, I prepared Read more…

Resin Coaster – Lavender Touch

Hello everyone, Nivisha here! I hope you are doing well. This time I am back with something very unique and it is not related to fluid art. I tried working with resin for the first time. Here are some observations I made about the Little Birdie’s resin: It is very quick. My coaster was ready in less than an hour. There were not many bubbles while I was mixing it. I really loved the quality of the resin. Let’s get started ! This was my first try at it…. I hope you all 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…

Traditional Paisley Decoupage Tray

Hi all, It is the time for festivals in India and that calls for festive gifts and a fresh home decor!  I made a very elegant and royal tray using the new Little Birdie filament decoupage papers and I am here to share the process with you. The filament decoupage papers are very easy to use. They are strong, wrinkle free and perfect for a variety of decoupage techniques as I have described in detail in my previous post this month. Lets begin with the project! I chose a classy filament design Read more…

Colourful Floral Tray

Hi friends Nithiya here from the Design Team. Today I will show you how I made a colourful floral themed tray with products from Itsy Bitsy. #1 –  I took a rectangular tray and painted its inner base and outer wall with Pineapple Lolly chalk paint. I painted the inner wall of the tray with white gesso. #2 – I let them dry and applied one coat gesso onthe whole tray. I used chalk paints Pineapple Lolly, Indigo Rush and Butternut Squash and painted as shown. #3 – I mixed the chalk paints Read more…

Make Your Own Reversible Pendant Without Any Mould

Hi all, Hope you all are safe. In the present situation we cannot step out to shop so I decided to make myself a pendant with a gift box!  Let’s start. Here I have used the Little Birdie resin and no mould or frame. The Little Birdie resin is perfect for making jewellery as it dries within an hour! It has an amazing finish, shine, and strength. A few points to note about the resin is that it doesn’t stick to plastic and silicon. Otherwise it permanently sticks to anything, so prepare Read more…

3D Lion Head Polymer Clay Mug

Hi all, Nithiya here with my first post for Itsy Bitsy Design Team. Today I will show you how I made a lion head with “Mont Marte Make ‘N’ Bake” polymer clay and stencils from Itsy Bitsy store on a coffee mug. Polymer clay is an awesome clay, easily available at Itsy Bitsy. Mont Marte oven-bake polymer clay holds very fine details and one can make anything that one imagines. I have shared below the sculpting and finishing techniques with pictures and step by step explanation. #1 – I Read more…

Multi-Layered Ganesha Wall Panel

Hello creatives,  Roopashree here! I am back with yet another spectacular project with Little Birdie Acrylic Pouring Paints.  As the festival season is on & Ganesha Chaturthi is drawing close, I thought of making a wall panel using a Lord Ganesha idol and fluid art technique. Before starting with the project, a brief introduction about pouring paint art, tips & tricks. Acrylic pouring art has been known by many names like fluid art, liquid art or acrylic pouring art, this is Read more…