Down the Memory Lane- Reverse Decoupage

Hello everyone,  Vaishali here Hope all of you are doing great. Today's post is about one of the most interesting  aspects of decoupage ....Reverse Decoupage !!!! Reverse - the word made me visit moments  down the memory lane.....the lovely childhood days and vacation times !!  It's this time of the year when  in most parts of India the kids have summer holidays in schools and mason jars at homes are filled with sour raw mangoes and tamarinds. This is an opportunity to engage in some naughtiness....sneak Read more...

A Touch of Spring; Mixed Media Glass Bottle

Hello everyone. Lisa here and welcome to my first post as part of the Itsy Bitsy Design Team. I have a big interest in mixed media and altered art. I love turning something  that is ordinary or boring into something that is amazing and different with a bit of imagination and fantastic products. So, for my first project, I decided to alter a glass bottle which is shaped like a lightbulb with a cork stopper. You can also get ideas from here to make your 'Spring' theme project to take part in Itsy Read more...

A Hearty Treat- Decoupage with Feathers!

Hi friends! I'm back on the blog after a long break with a new tutorial! Wanted to try out something different with the supplies available at the store. So, I tried using feathers for decoupage and it turned out pretty good just as I'd visualized! This is what a plain wooden box turned into! If you'd like to try it out, please follow my tutorial.... Step 1: First unscrew all the hinges and latches of a box and save them carefully. Step 2: Paint the bottom part of the box (interior) Read more...

Little Birdie says “Cherish the Moment”

Hello friends.... Vaishali here.  As the title suggest, I have a Little Birdie in my creation saying, 'CHERISH' .......that indeed expresses my feelings today . Yes, I will cherish this moment always, as I share my first post as Itsy Bitsy Design Team member. Very happy and honored to do so ........ I enjoy creating utility products and today's creation is a decoupaged letter holder.  I have used Little Birdie's recently Iaunched,  two step Crackle medium and Decoupage Papers in my creation. Before Read more...

The Magic of Little Birdie Crackle Mediums

Hello dear Friends this is Suman here with you with a project showcasing the Little Birdie Crackle mediums. I have used both the One step and Two step Crackle mediums by little Birdie in this set of tags. Crackle Medium -100ml , Rs 120 Little Birdie's easy one step application Crackle Medium is great for creating a wonderful antique look of aged paint. The easy-to-use Crackle Medium can be used on various surfaces like wood, paper, canvas, glass, metal, terracotta and more. The piece Read more...

You And Me, Mixed Media Shabby Chic Valentine’s Day Layout

Together, forever, That’s what I see. Whenever, wherever That’s how we’ll be. Together, forever, That’s you and me. Hello guys This is your DT Mukta today bringing you some inspiration for the upcoming Valentine's Day.....I am sure you guys must all be very excited about this day when we celebrate love.  Well, my husband is away at work and would be coming back just before Valentine's Day and I made this project for him.....really looking forward to it. Now, back to our project.... Read more...

Layout with Mixed Media Paste

Hello everyone Pooja here, I am back again with  another creation of mine made with Mixed Media paste and Little Birdie's one step Crackle Medium. This is totally an experiment for me where I worked with both products to create my background. This is also my first experience with Little Birdie's Crackle Medium, but I am totally happy with the outcome. Have a look at what I created .... Process: To begin, I applied Mixed Media paste on a hard board. Before application, I diluted this Read more...

African Style Pen Stand with Tinted Metallic Paints

Hello everyone its Pooja, Once again I'm back with a mixed media project with the newly launched tinted metallic paints, I always try to make something new with less supplies, so this time I made an African themed pen stand. Have a look here.... Process: I have used an old broken sculpture (this was also made by me years back ). I pasted it on a bottle to give it the right height.  I have taken a piece of a fabric and dipped it in white gesso. You can use black gesso directly and 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...