Blessed- Mixed Media Canvas

Hello everyone!! Lisa here with today's Itsy Bitsy Post. This is a bit of a special one as we are coming to the end of our 6 month term with Itsy Bitsy Design Team. I have had the best time ever working with some of the most fabulous products in the market and working alongside the other lovely ladies on the team. So, for this project, I worked on a huge base which was a 20 inch x 12 inch canvas.  I worked on the back of the canvas to make use of the frame. Here is what I did... And Read more...

Crafter in the Spotlight for 25th October

Hello, arty crafty folks! You must be wondering who is with us in today’s Crafter in the Spotlight? It’s Hema Bhat, an enthusiastic crafter from Bangalore. Hema was introduced to the world of crafts during her high school years and drew inspiration from her aunts. Her mother always encouraged her to learn various craft forms which gave her a chance to learn ceramic painting, glass painting, nib painting, tatting, embroidery and more. A few years back when Hema got into quilling and making Read more...

Happy Festivities- Tealight Holders with Natural Materials

Hello everyone, Vaishali here on the blog today. Hope all are enjoying the festive season.  It's the time of the year that's  filled with  joy and warmth. The homes are adorned with beautiful rangolis, diyas, garlands, lanterns and festive decor pieces. I completely enjoy decorating the house and the happiness doubles when it's done with handmade decor...I  am sure many of you feel the same !!! In today's post  I am sharing some interesting  DIY  ideas  to make tealight holders, using Read more...

Repurposed Mixed Media Frame

Hello everyone, Pooja here today on the blog with a mixed media project  where I have used a lot of discarded materials. I thought it was a great way to reuse old and unwanted stuff and reduce waste! As you all know, I am a mixed media artist and I love to experiment with altered projects. I always enjoy turning useless things into  creative and beautiful pieces. Here, I have reused a lot of junk and named it a 'waste extension frame'.  Lets first have a look at the final outcome. Read more...

Winners – Itsy Bitsy Challenge 17#2018

Thank you all for the wonderful creations you linked to our  September ITSYBITSY BlOG CHALLENGE#17-2018 It is always a difficult task to pick winners from so many beautiful entries!!  Since we had to choose, here we have the final results for this month’s challenge. The TOP 2 creations selected by the Design Team  (in no particular order) are : Harshada Divekar Rege   Daizy Pulin Patel Entry no – 2 Guneet Kohli is the lucky winner of voucher worth  Read more...

Mini Album using the Watercolor Floral Ballet pattern papers.

Hi this is Leni Rachel Koshy from Hyderabad today on Itsy Bitsy's blog as a guest DT. I have a complete video tutorial of a Mini Album here, which I created using Little Birdie Watercolor Floral Ballet pattern papers. The cardstocks, floral ballet flowers, chipboard and stickers are all from the Itsy Bitsy store. As this collection is all about flowers and colors, I started it with a bouquet of flowers and gave it a Wedding Theme. So let’s get into the flip through and tutorial. Here Read more...

Crafter in the Spotlight Yashaswee Sanghavi

Hello arty crafty friends! I am back with the interesting story of another talented crafter in today’s “Crafter in the Spotlight”. Let’s hear it from Yashaswee Sanghavi, an enthusiastic crafter from Indore who is currently studying fashion designing and also manages time to teach various craft forms through workshops. Yashaswee was into painting from a very early age. Later, she got interested in crafting and entered the world of paper crafting with quilling. She has learnt more than 20-25 Read more...

Decoupage Desk Organizer

Hi friends,   Gopi Shah here today at Itsy Bitsy's blog as a guest DT. Really happy to be back !!   Today I will share a Decoupage project on a MDF Desk Organizer using various  Little Birdie and other products from Itsy Bitsy.   Here is a step by step procedure you can follow to create your own decoupage project. To begin, I have used a MDF Desk Organizer from my stash. Firstly, sanded the MDF base with a sanding paper (available locally at any paint shop) and then applied Read more...

My Journal Page – At the Beach

Hi All, Nupur here with one of my journal pages. I am super excited to share what I did on one of my journal pages with watercolors . Take a look below: Lets see how I did this beautiful scenery which is simple yet very appealing! I did this on Little Birdie's 440 gsm cold pressed journal available at Itsy Bitsy. When we say cold pressed, it means the paper already has some texture/ teeth on it. This journal is just amazing!! 440 gsm in itself is very thick paper, so its absolutely Read more...

Crafter in the Spotlight- Medha Sharma

Hello arty crafty friends! The month of October has set in and today, in the first ‘Crafter in the Spotlight’ of the month I bring you the story of another passionate crafter, Medha Sharma from Bangalore. Medha has completed her degree in animation & interior designing. She is an enthusiastic crafter and an entrepreneur. Her love for crafting started with pottery. She loves experimenting with different styles and likes various craft forms like mixed media, decoupage and more. Medha’s Read more...