Crafter in The Spotlight 43 – Itsy Bitsy

Hello arty-crafty folks,Thursday is here again! Today I will introduce you to another passionate crafter for our weekly ‘Crafter in the Spotlight’. This week the lime light is on Riddhi Jani, a talented crafter who is originally from Ahmedabad, residing in Pune but is soon moving to the ‘City of Dreams’… Mumbai!!Riddhi has completed her B. Sc with Biotechnology and feels that art runs in her blood. She loved painting since childhood but never imagined she would take up crafting as a career.Some Read more...

Easy Watercolor Cards

Hello everyone, it's Juhi and today I'm sharing 3 watercolor cards. Watercoloring is one of my favorite techniques, you'd be surprised to know that it is not as hard as it looks, at least not the watercoloring I'm going to show you in today's post. What I really like about watercoloring on cards is that you don't need any fancy supplies to make beautiful cards. I'll be using the Berry Special Stamp set from Itsy Bitsy and Mont Marte Tube Watercolor paints for my cards.  I love how the Read more...

Clean and Simple cards with Itsybitsy Chalkpaints

Hello girls, Angela back again with some simple cards made using Itsy Bitsy Chalk Paints. Most of you might already have bought the entire collection of Itsy Bitsy chalk paints and already many posts have covered their usage, tips and tricks. So lets dive right into the post ! I made three different cards and for all the three cards, I have used chalk paint as background elements and "Happy bird-day" stamp for foreground element. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For Read more...

Little Birdie Matt Chalk Acrylic Paints on Mixed Media Cards

Hello friends  As you know I experimented with the Little Birdie Chalk paints on various surfaces such as Glass, Bamboo and Cardboard in my earlier posts see here and here. For today's post I decided to try the chalk paints on card stock. I took a 6" x 12" piece of card stock for both the cards. For the first card, I used the FROZEN ICE , RAINY DAY  and SNOW and with a stiff brush randomly covered the top half of the card stock.....stenciled with Irregular Dots stencil from the store and BUTTERNUT Read more...

Crafter in The Spotlight 42 – Itsy Bitsy

Weeks roll over so quickly, it’s Thursday once again and time to take a peek into another crafter’s story and her creations. Today I will introduce you to our weekly ‘Crafter in the Spotlight’. This week our talented crafter in the limelight is Rutuja Paranjape.Now a full time mom, Rutuja is an MBA in Finance and has also worked as a graphic designer for a while. Even as a school girl, Rutuja always had a passion for art and craft. She simply loves shopping from Itsy Bitsy and still remembers Read more...

Altered photo frame step-by-step feat. Little Birdie Chalk Paints and Color Splash sprays

Hello, dear craft-y people! Summer's approaching at a menacing speed here in Hyderabad and days are sunny !! So today I thought of bringing some breezy summer colors for you. 😀 Ever since I set my eyes on Little Birdie matte chalk paints, I've been on a rampage (almost!) altering items at home! The latest to fall prey was a photo frame which had started to show signs of weathering and was waiting to be given a face-lift. Well, I'd like to think it has been a face-lift. I'll leave that Read more...

Welcome Spring !!

Hello Friends , Its Monday morning and I am back today to share with you a creation that I loved making 🙂 As a Scrapbooker I always like using scraps and each tiny piece of pattern paper which is preserved and given an awesome look with a layout Today I'm creating a layout for journaling my latest getaway trip with CHEVRON IN AQUARELLE paper pack. This paper stack is filled with lovely, beautiful, watercoloured textures perfect for spring:) I Read more...

DIY with chalkpaints

Hello dear crafters,  Roshini here, back again this month to inspire with the amazing chalk paints from Itsy Bitsy. I have altered mason jars using chalk paints and used burlap lace and cord to further enhance their beauty.... Here are the steps: 1. Coat the jar with Mont Marte white gesso  2. Then start painting with Chalk paint -  I used Lagoon Breeze. 3. Color the burlap cord and lid with Mont Marte metallic color.  4. Embellish the burlap flower and some sequins using silicon Read more...

Crafter in The Spotlight 41 – Itsy Bitsy

Hello arty-crafty folks,Thursday is here again! Today I will introduce you to another talented crafter for our weekly ‘Crafter in the Spotlight’. This week the lime light is on Sini Anoop, who is originally from Kerala but has lived in Goa for many years. Along with being a passionate crafter, Sini is a Ph. D. in Marine Science. Currently Sini is pursuing a career and also keeping her creative passion alive.Sini’s love for crafting dates back to her school days. Even as a kid she liked making Read more...

Creating custom glitter backgrounds using Rainbow Dust

I'm sure there's no crafter out there who does not like glitter! We all just love to use glitter on our projects, as a cardmaker I have often used the gorgeous, high quality glitter paper by Itsy Bitsy.  The papers come a range of beautiful colors, but, what if you want ombre glitter paper, or rainbow glitter paper? Well, with the the new range of glitter, aptly called "Rainbow Dust", you can do just that! The glitter comes in a range of beautiful colors, is super fine and very high quality. Read more...