Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge #24

Hello Everyone, Shanta here! I am so happy to be announcing the Blog Challenge #24 for this month!! With the launch of two wonderful new products from Little Birdie; The Pouring Paints and the Pouring Medium, which are not only wonderful to work with, but currently a rage in the art industry, its very interesting to have 'Pour Painting' as the theme for the Blog Challenge this month. Acrylic pour painting is a therapeutic painting technique that involves pouring a variety of colors of Acrylic Read more...

Scenic Candle Holder

Hello, my crafty friends, Meraj here! I am happy to be here yet again on the blog with a new creation of mine  which is an inspiration for you to try something similar. The night has drawn the curtains of darkness..the world is drowsy, sleeping in its lap... I am awake as I have a dream, a heartfelt dream...a dream I see with my open eyes..., a dream to shine, a dream divine, its theme is beauty, its theme is light... There are certain things in life to which we are emotionally Read more...

Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge 23 winners

Thank you all for showing such great enthusiasm and for the wonderful creations you linked to our ITSYBITSY BLOG CHALLENGE#23-2019, July (Anything featured  with  Home Decor theme) You must be eagerly waiting to know about the results of this month’s challenge. The TOP 2 creations selected by the Design Team  (in no particular order) are : Jyotirmoy Barman   Entry no – 37 Unnati Prabhu Entry no -75 The  credit for being the most active participant 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...

Mom’s Cafe – A Kitchen Plaque

Hi there everyone, Anamika here! I am back today with a kitchen decor tutorial. It's a kitchen plaque that can be hung on your kitchen door, can be be made and gifted to your friends and can also be a perfect Mother's Day gift. So let's start. I have taken an oval MDF board and painted it with black Gesso. Once dry, I applied one step Crackle Medium at the peripheral region. Once the medium was dry, I coated the base again with white gesso. Here, the moment I applied gesso Read more...

Key holder with ribbon and drape fold techniques in decoupage

Hello arty-crafty friends! Hope you all are doing well. As you know, this month we have 'Home decor' as the theme for the blog challenge and our DT members have done amazing projects to inspire you. Please visit the blog to check these projects. To keep you motivated, I have also created a home decor project today. I was planning  to do a key holder from long time and this month's newly released beautiful decoupage paper designs inspired me to create this. In my earlier post, I tried lace Read more...

“Altered Terracotta Pot”

Hello creatives, Roopashree here! I am back with my 2nd DT post and this one is also a n inspiration for the home decor theme. Delighted to share the pictorial of this altered terracotta pot.  This pot was lifelessly, lying on the shelf for about 5 years now...I am so glad it got a makeover after ages & made justice to its wait.   Let get into designing. Step 1: Take a terracotta pot,  give a coat of black gesso. It will act as a primer. Let it dry completely.   Step Read more...

Moroccan Wall Decor

Hello arty -crafty friends!! Ashwini Vinayraj here. Today I have a Moroccan style wall decor to share with you. Marble Mosaic and cracking is the idea behind this piece of art and this is my favorite one as it is easy to make with pieces of MDF boards. I have used MDF boards and a lot of creative elements from the store. It was a quick decision to create this style of home decor and to explore with more different mediums and colors. What can be more delighting than creating a handmade decor Read more...

Crafter in the Spotlight – Ranjitha Sathya

Hello arty-crafty folks, this week we have Ranjitha Sathya, a Bangalore crafter sharing her arty-crafty story with us in ‘Crafter in the Spotlight’. Ranjitha took up serious crafting about five years back. Ranjitha believes kids are more imaginative than anyone else and wants to start a crafting platform where kids and adults can craft together. She believes that crafting is a great stress buster and urges enthusiasts to explore new craft forms without hesitating. Read along to find out Read more...

Wooden Wall Decor

Hello Crafty People... Priya Mishra here and today I have a beautiful wall Decor art to share...                  Nature is so amazing and inspiring! It is full of surprises, opportunities yet so calm and nostalgic. Nature is the inspiration behind this piece of art and this wooden panel is one my favorite base for creating art... This is what I created. A nature inspired wall decor. I used a lot of natural elements from the store to get this together. This base gives the perfect Read more...