Easy Peasy Pendant Bookmarks with Resin and Hardener

Hello Lovely people Charu here! This time lets make some super easy pendant bookmarks with resin and hardener! I took some round chipboard tags and applied Little Birdie's Mixed Media paste instead of gesso, by adding slight water to it! For one chipboard, I decoupaged a painting of mine with Little Birdie's decoupage glue . In this Step, I started preparing my base with some metallic colors, Hearty Melange and Fairy Dust! Itsy Bitsy has a wide range of collection to choose from Read more...

Mixed Media Project with Tinted Metallic Paints

Hello everyone, Pooja here Today I want to share my new mixed media project with you all, which I created with Little Birdie's Tinted Tinted Metallic paints. Have a look.... Process: I took a piece of chipboard and cut it into pieces and pasted them onto another chipboard sheet as shown in the picture below . 2. Thereafter I covered the base with some leftover paper and die cut pieces. Next, I did some stencil work with mixed media paste. 3. Applied black gesso all over Read more...

LLama Wish You a Happy Birthday

 Hi Crafty friends! DT Kathy here and for today's project I decided to try something new ....stenciling with Gesso  on plain Burlap = FUN! I wanted this card to have some special dimensions to it, so follow along to find out how I accomplished that... I began by cutting down the 12" x 12" Burlap sheet from the Natural Burlap Stack  to a 6" x 6" square and taping it down to my work surface underneath the Brick Stencil using removable painter's tape. I then used a palette knife to spread Read more...

Crafter in the Spotlight Ranjana Jindal

Hello arty crafty friends! It’s time to focus on another crafter’s amazing story this week on ‘Crafter in the Spotlight’.  Today, Ranjana Jindal, a homemaker and a zealous crafter from the holy city of Haridwar shares her interesting story with us. Ranjana’s childhood passion for crafting got its wings when she moved to Bangalore a few years back. Decoupage is her favorite, besides indulging in painting, quilling, cardmaking and decorating bottles. She delightfully juggles between family, Read more...

Easy Recycled Mixed Media Project

Hi Everyone! This is Ann. Today I have a video tutorial for you, showing how to create a cool and easy mixed media project. https://youtu.be/EICoyd4ZgfA Step 1: Recycling is charming, hence lets put together things we can recycle! I am re-purposing a chocolate box and other knick-knacks. Step 2: Use decoupage glue to stick  a layer of crumbled tissue paper to the surface of the box.  Create a composition on the surface of the box and glue the objects using a strong adhesive. Step Read more...

Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge #1 2018

Hello there, dear craft enthusiasts! I'm here today with the first blog challenge of 2018--Anything Goes using the following Little Birdie paper packs. Baby Giggles, Baby Boo, Watercolor Floral Ballet, Chevron in Aquarelle, Pretty in Pink, L'amour des fleurs & Forever&Always. Submission can be any project featuring one of the above   paper packs. Turn off word verification to enable us to leave comments. Entries can be submitted until  17th February 2018 In order Read more...

Winners – Itsy Bitsy Challenge 11#2017

Thank you all for the wonderful creations you linked to our December   ITSYBITSY BlOG CHALLENGE#11 -2017 It is always hard to pick winners from many beautiful entries but finally we have the results of this month’s challenge. The TOP 3 selected by the DT & in no particular order are : Two lucky WINNERS are:  Congratulations winners  & toppers for winning vouchers worth Rs.250 Congratulations to all of you! Please collect your Topper & winner badges. We would Read more...

A Walk Through Cardstocks

Hello everyone, Tejal here with a review of cardstocks that are available at Itsy Bitsy. This is actually less of a review and more of experimenting. I have put the papers through almost everything I can think of..i.e, which I normally use in my crafting. There are many unexplored ways to use these papers, and I haven't gotten around to all of them... mixed media, scrapbook layouts, quilling etc. just to name a few. As a stamper, most of my needs revolve around inking, distressing, water-coloring, Read more...

Getting More Out of Your DREAM CUT: DIY Lantern

Hello folks Rashmi here, How are you doing ? Its a new year and a fresh start with new ideas and projects. Festivities, parties will be at the door step every now and then and its nice to be prepared for a quick decor! So today I opted to put my Dream Cut to good use and create a 3D LANTERN  out of a single die . So without much ado , lets check out its tutorial . Its sure fun to make your own decorations, ain't it ? Process : STEP 1: I cutout 4 intricate panels using my Dream Cut (Little Read more...

Crafter in the Spotlight Manasa Priya Yedla

Hello dear arty crafty friends! The ‘Crafter in the Spotlight’ day of the week is here again! Let us hear it all from talented crafter Manasa Priya Yedla this time. A native of Visakhapatnam, Manasa is now a full time crafter along with being a devoted mom to a cute-little baby. She is always on the hunt for colorful bits and pieces. What seems waste to many is a treasure trove of creations for Manasa. She thoroughly enjoys upcycling and DIY form of crafts. Given a chance, she wishes to open Read more...