“Memories which Last Forever” – Mixed Media Canvas | Tutorial

Hello everyone, Mukta here! I have a mixed media canvas for you all today which is inspired by my childhood memories. As a child, the month of May was the time when the schools shut down for summer holidays and all books went back in side the cupboards!! All I did was eat mangoes and play in my garden which was filled with fluttering butterflies and fragrant flowers.  Thinking about gardens makes me nostalgic..... and in my canvas I tried to share some of my feelings with you! The alphabet Read more...

The Girl in the Frame- Mixed Media Layout

Hello everyone! Lisa here with my next creation for Itsy Bitsy. Used lots of lovely Itsy Bitsy mixed media products on this project to add lots of different textures. This is a 12 x 12 inch piece what I am calling 'The Girl in the Frame'. I started with ripping a piece of 12 inch Textured White Premium Cardstock  in to strips. I then glued the strips to the centre of a 12 inch square piece of grey board with Craft Glue. I continually kept on overlaying Read more...

Heart and Soul- A Mixed Media Layout

Hi Everyone, Saadia here I want to share with you a mixed media layout today. Little Birdie flowers are so beautiful and versatile. These can be used on scrapbooks, layouts, canvas, cards, home decoration items.  When I saw Little Birdie's  blue and white flowers in the kit , I knew I wanted to  make a layout.  I don't make layouts often. But this time, I couldn't resist myself! I hope you like it. Lets start : I used a 12x 12 inches canvas panel for the layout. Glued book papers Read more...

Artistic ScrapBook Cover with a Twist

Hello Arty -crafty folks..... Nupur here with another project  that's a little out of the ordinary! Spring for me is colors, flowers and memories. So I decided to make the combination of all these things. I will show you today, how I made my own Scrapbook cover/Album. The twist here is, I used Resin on my own painting and that too on paper!! Below is the final image of what I will be making. I have used all supplies from Itsy Bitsy. So, if you are interested in creating something Read more...

Captured: True Beauty Scrapbook Layout

Hello Friends... Rajni Chawla here. It's an honor to be here on the board as a Guest Designer. Thanks for the opportunity to work with your fabulous team. As you all know, this month the theme for the blog challenge is 'Spring'. It's the season of flowers and life and the moments of true beauty are worth capturing. Today I have a shabby chic creation for you as an inspiration to play along with us. Before I begin, Thank you Itsy Bitsy for sending the fabulous Design Team Kit. Chalk Paints, Tinted Read more...

How to Paint a Tree Right (Birch tree) with Water Colour

Hello everyone, Nupur here today, to share my first post as Itsy Bitsy DT team member. Many times I have been asked questions on how to paint a tree trunk. So this blog is all about painting tree trunks, especially for the newbies using water colour. This is an easy to handle technique and while there are definitely more techniques involved to make it look more real, but lets first start with the basics. Have a look at the finished tree trunk first, to understand what we are trying to achieve Read more...

ItsyBitsy Blog Challenge #13

Hello all you wonderful people, Welcome again! This is Mukta and I am here today to announce the 13th Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge. This time the theme is 'SPRING'.....for me its flowers, bees, butterflies, foliage and all things from beautiful nature. Show us what Spring means to you. Create any project that reflects Spring and do not forget to use Little Birdie Flowers. (That's a must!!) Share your projects with us following the rules mentioned below. I have brought you a quick inspiration Read more...