Puja Thali Decoration with Archival Multi-surface Paints

Hello creative friends, DT member Chitrali here today with a beautiful  puja thali  and wall decor plate using Little Birdie archival multi-surface paints. First of all I want to say that Little Birdie multi-surface paints are really amazing. I love  these paints. They are water based, non toxic, and give a satin finish with great coverage. The multi-surface paints are suitable for indoor and outdoor usage and can be used on various surfaces including paper, wood, clay, glass, metal, plastic, Read more...

Altered Jar

A very warm welcome my arty-crafty friends. This is DT Tanvi with an altered jar. I started by cleaning an empty olive jar, rinsed it well & removed all the traces of the label glue on the bottle. Here is the video tutorial link of the entire process, hope you enjoy it -     Some images of the final creation - List of supplies used today - 1 step crackle medium Red Salsa chalk paint Chalk paint - Snow Silicone molds Air hardening clay Metallic Wax Sponge Read more...

Antique Clay Art Sculpture Decor with Stone Texture Paste

Hello everyone! Vinita here. Hoping you all had a wonderful Dussehera festival! As you all know this is a festive month, full of fun and enjoyment with family, guests and friends! Its time to clean up your house and give it a new life. I am sure that you would agree that having a unique decor piece at your home can be the talk of the town, especially when you can boast about how you made it yourself. Who doesn't like to create an antique piece for their home Read more...

The Primrose Affair

Hi crafty people, Lekha here and I am back with a 'Home Decor' creation for you, which is the theme for this month's Blog Challenge.  I would be up cycling an almost 20 year old instrument box . It's one of my favorite boxes for stocking all my quilling supplies, stamps, and ink while I travel or have to take them for small workshops. A friend recently suggested to beautify this boring black box and here I am with my version. Nothing else could have been more gorgeous than Itsy Bitsy's Primrose Read more...