Pen Holder with Epoxy Clay and Multi-surface Paints

Hello arty-crafty friends, It's DT member Chitrali on the blog today back with another inspiration! It's a beautiful pen holder created with Little Birdie multi-surface paints. 1) I used a wooden  pen holder from the shop. Draw few lines on it, 2) Applied multi-surface paints Dandelion, Lime Punch & Cool Spa 3)On the rest of the  base I applied  Faded Denim Chalk paint with the help of dauber 4)Next, I applied Home Decor Varnish all over the surface 5) Read more...

Ethnic Tea Light And Key Holder

Hello  arty-crafty friends, Sabiha Khan here today with an ethnic decorative tea light  which also doubles up as a key holder. For making it I used the bright and beautiful Lotus Mandala Filament Decopage paper from Itsy Bitsy. Have a look at my project.... Now,  lets begin the  step by step  tutorial for the same. Lets get started...... First I took a MDF base along with the Lotus Mandala filament decoupage paper. Used a pencil to draw the outline and cut the paper into a smaller size Read more...

Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge – 30

Hello friends! Harshada here on the blog today with my inspirational post using the newly launched Filament Decoupage Papers. I am so excited to announce this month's blog challenge i.e. Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge #30 Anything goes with Filament Decoupage Papers.To join the challenge, you  can choose any 1 or more Filament Decoupage Papers and make anything to show your creativity. Kindly go through the guidelines to participate in the Itsy Bitsy Blog Bhallenge#30- “Anything Goes With Filament Read more...

Glitter Owls With Epoxy Clay and Glitter Fabric Paints

Some exciting news is on the way! To know more stay tuned... Hi all, this is Nithiya from the Itsy Bitsy Design Team. Today I will show you how I made a decor piece which I call - Owls of Good Luck and Wealth, with the help of Little Birdie 'Shape It' Craft Epoxy Compound and Glitter Fabric Paints. #1 – First I created an armature of the base and a tree with the help of aluminium foil. #2 – I used 'Shape It' Craft Epoxy Compound and made two owls, a tree base and leaves as shown. #3 Read more...