Watercolor cards with Say it Flowers stampset and Fairy Dust Glitter

Hello everyone, it's Juhi with some watercolor cards. I have used the beautiful "Say it with Flowers" Stamp set for today's cards. I have also used Fairy Dust in various colors on my cards. As I have mentioned in my earlier posts, watercoloring is my favorite technique. I started by stamping the flowers from the stampset on 3 watercolor panels cut to the size of my card fronts. I stamped randomly, taking care to change the orientation of the flowers and also stamp off the edges to create Read more...

Crafter in The Spotlight 47 – Itsy Bitsy

The week rolled over so quickly and it’s once again time to introduce you to our ‘Crafter in the Spotlight’. This week the focus is on Rashi Dongre Joshi, a talented crafter whose life revolves around her daughters and craft.  Rashi, who is a soft-skills trainer by profession, discovered her craft talents just by chance…but her love for craft grew stronger by the day and there was no looking back.  Rashi’s stash is full of craft findings from Itsy Bitsy. She loves experimenting with Read more...

Gold Alcohol Splash

Hello Friends! This is Tanvi & I am so happy to bring to you another brilliant product from the Little Birdie's family -  GOLD ALCOHOL SPLASH. Priced at Rs.200 these are available in a range of 12 colors & every spray of  Gold Alcohol Splash adds a touch of gold. These pretty hues are perfect for adding loads of oomph to any craft project.    The effect is truly stunning !   The wonderful range of Itsy Bitsy Gold Alcohol splash can be used in endless number Read more...

mixed media on burlap canvas

Hello My Dear Sweet Crafters,                Roshini here today to inspire you with one more project, I am using the new burlap canvas 8x8 inches, which I transformed into a mixed media project using very limited supplies from Itsy Bitsy store.Have a look at the pics and then I will explain you how to make it in few simple steps.I have used a reverse side of mini canvas bought from store.The chipboard feathers hanging below are from the dream catchers chipboard.    Bubble stencil on the Read more...

Crafter in The Spotlight 46 – Itsy Bitsy

Thursday is here again. It’s time to introduce our ‘Crafter in the Spotlight’. This week the focus is on Akanksha Sharma from the Pink city, Jaipur but now she lives in Bangalore.  The relation between Akanksha and craft goes a long way. The colourful handicrafts of Rajasthan were her first attraction towards craft and later in life she chose to pursue craft as a career.Like most crafters Akanksha likes experimenting with different kinds of craft. Playing around with clay and making new things Read more...

Easy DIY Upcycled Glass Jars with Fairy Dust

Hello everyone, it is Juhi here with another fun project. Easy upcycled crafts are my second most favorite things to do after making cards. I am very lazy and tend to pick up projects which are quick to do, so today I am sharing how I upcycled glass jars into these gorgeous, shimmery vases. Procedure: You will need: Empty glass jars with all labels removed. Jam jars, pasta sause jars, pickle jars, juice bottles, beer bottles anything will do. I used a pasta sause jar, a juice Read more...

DIY Decoupaged Keyholder with ItsyBitsy Burlap Canvas

Hello ladies! Welcome back to another crafty session with me - Angela 🙂 In my last post, I had introduced to you guys these pretty burlap canvas boards which are so versatile for use and best base for shabby/classy chic projects. Today I am back with another simple DIY using the same stretched burlap panels Itsybitsy - DIY decoupaged keyholder. DIY Decoupaged Keyholder with ItsyBitsy Burlap Canvas I love making minimalist DIY projects and I hope you love seeing and getting inspired from Read more...

HOME Canvas using Itsy Bitsy Burlap Panel and Shabby Chic Natural Burlap Stack

Hello everyone, Its Suman Pandit here today with an inspiration with Burlap Panel I am using the newly launched 12"x12" inch Itsy Bitsy Burlap Panel and Shabby Chic Natural Burlap Stack for today's project. I created house shapes on paper and created simple templates for the houses. Then I cut out the house shapes from the Shabby Chic burlap stack ......... Mix-matched different designs from the burlap stack, layered with lace, corrugated card stock, colored book pages and Read more...

Crafter in The Spotlight 45 – Itsy Bitsy

Hello arty-crafty folks,It’s Thursday and time for me to introduce you to a talented crafter and her amazing craft skills. This week’s chosen one is Ashwini Vinayraj, a B.E in Computer science from DSCE, Bangalore. Ashwini is a seasoned crafter and has been pursuing her craft passion for many years.  Art and craft gives her enormous joy and she is also a certified decoupage instructor from Bangkok. Some of Ashwini’s specialities are Tanjore painting and creations with water colours, which Read more...

Rustic chic altered burlap panel quick step-by-step

Hello, dear crafters Hope you had a good weekend! Burlap panels are the latest to hit the store--- and burlap is also our theme for this month's challenge. I have a step-by-step post for an altered 8x8 inch burlap panel for your today....hope it inspires you to join the challenge! I love burlap because it fits rustic shabby themes perfectly and also because it adds amazing texture to a project. Here's how I went about putting this quick layout together: 1. I started with an 8x8 inch Read more...