Crafter in the Spotlight – Rimjhim Garg

Hello Artsy Craftsy friends! Today in ‘Crafter in the Spotlight’ I bring you the story of Rimjhim Garg from the bustling industrial city of Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh,now residing in Bangalore. Rimjhim, a business analyst and a crafter at heart keeps herself extremely busy, balancing work, hobby (art and craft) and sports. Rimjhim compares crafting and painting to meditation and decided to pursue her hobby, when a friend introduced her to the extensive crafting fraternity on the web. How Read more...

Cute Pen Stand with Chalk Paint

Hello everyone, it's Pooja! Today I am here to inspire you for our challenge this month, any thing that goes with Little Birdie's newly launched Chalk Paint shades!! I wanted to make something different this time, so I have made this simple but cute pen stand as an inspiration! Have a look here: Process 1. I have cut two pieces of chipboard  in similar shapes representing a kitty. (You can try out different shapes that you like) 2. Cut two  pieces from the chipboard sheet measuring  Read more...

Once Upon A Time…….. Shabby Chic Mixed Media Altered Bottle

Hello all you lovely people, Mukta here! Winter is setting in and that means.....we are nearing the end of yet another crafty year......there is yet a month more and we here at Itsy Bitsy have so much more to show you guys....I hope you guys are finding inspiration in what we are putting up for you all. This is my favorite season and it just creates this whimsical and magical scene for me......I can't really explain but I just like to add glitter and sparkle in everything I make (Trust me even Read more...

Crafter in the Spotlight Sumedha

Hello Artsy Craftsy friends! It’s Thursday, the ‘Crafter in the Spotlight’ day of the week. Today I am here with the story of Sumedha Gadre, who is from Delhi but due to her work profile has got the chance to live in different cities of India. Sumedha’s passion for crafting is rather recent but profound!! She is into up-cycling, mixed media, decoupage, altered craft projects and the trending zentangle art. However, she loves to try out new styles that catch her fancy. How did Sumedha Read more...

Crafter in the Spotlight Nisha

Hello Artsy Craftsy friends! I’m back for our Thursday session of ‘Crafter in the Spotlight’. Today, a talented crafter Nisha Sethia Dugar will tell us her story. Nisha calls herself an enthusiastic D-I-Y girl, interesting isn’t it? Born in Rajasthan, broughttup in Kolkata, Nisha is now settled in Delhi. She has mixed crafting interests. Miniatures, decoupage, doodling, mosaic, DIY’s are her favourite. How did Nisha get into crafting, what inspires her, what are her tips for fellow crafters, Read more...

Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge #10

Hi, arty-crafty friends!  Pooja Sharma  here to announce the 10th blog challenge 2017!     Theme – Anything goes with any one of these  Itsy Bitsy’s new shades of Chalk paints. Here are some guidelines to participate: Submission can be any project featuring one of the above Chalk paints. Turn off word verification to enable us to leave comments. Entries can be submitted until 12th  December  2017 In order to submit your entry, click on the inlinkz button provided Read more...

Altered Mixed Media Luminaries Ruchi Gupta

Hello crafters, its Ruchi here again!! Hope you all had a great Diwali. Festivities are time to catch up with your friends and family and as Diwali ushers in New year, it is time to restart and renew your life and home. We all clean up our houses and bring in new stuff around this festival. Similarly, I too accumulated loads of stuff that were ready to be disposed off. But being a crafter throwing stuff always is a painful process and I invariably try 'best out of waste' projects from them. Read more...

Lippan Kaam……Kutch Mirror Art in My style!

Hello all you wonderful people This is Mukta here today and I have an art canvas for you all today.  I was recently doing some research for a vacation to Rann of Kutch,  Gujarat and doing that, I came across this traditional mural art form of Kutch called  Lippan Kaam. It is also called mud and mirror work or Chittar kaam. So traditionally, It is made using a mixture of clay or mud with animal dung (preferably donkey, camel or peacock) and mirrors. It is done on the interiors as well Read more...

Winners – Itsy Bitsy Challenge 9# -2017

Dear Artsy-Craftsy folks Thank you all for the wonderful creations you linked to our  October  ITSY BITSY CHALLENGE#9 -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 for winning vouchers worth Rs.500. Congratulations to all of you! Please Read more...

Altered Planner Cover using Tinted Metallic Paints

Hello friends This is Suman here and it is a pleasure to be back with an inspiration using Little Birdie's newly launched Tinted Metallic paints. These Tinted Metallic paints can be used on multiple surfaces. These are water based and permanent. The non-toxic paints are great for adding shimmer to all your projects. They provide perfect coverage with an almost opaque finish. Perfect for jazzing up home decor, mixed media, craft and DIY projects. It is also possible to layer them and tint them Read more...