Anila Dikay here!! Hope you all are enjoying all the inspirations being shared by us on the Itsy Bitsy blog. I would like to thank you all for the awesome response we get for our projects.
Today, I am here to announce the new Blog Challenge which will start this month. The theme for Challenge #20 is anything goes with Little Birdie Watercolour Embellishments!!
Here are some guidelines to follow for participating in the Blog Challenge
Submissions can be any project featuring Read more...
Priyanka Kantak here, back with a new blog post.
Birthdays are special and giving a handmade card for a birthday expresses our feelings towards that person.
Also, we love surprises on our birthdays, don't we?
So today, I have a different type of birthday card for you - a surprise window pop up card!
Here is the card in action below :
Read on to find out how Read more...
This is Anila, back again at the blog today.
Today I am sharing some ways of using Sparkle Pastes. They can be used in every form of art, right from mixed media to decoupage. However, today I am focusing on how we can use them on cards.
These sparkle pastes were launched last year by Little Birdie, Itsy Bitsy's own brand. It is a very versatile product which can be used in various ways. They surely add some beautiful sparkle to your projects.
Today, I am sharing my experiments Read more...
This is Anila Dikay on the blog today. I am here with an adorable scrapbook layout made with Little Birdie's 'Love Story' paper pack.
This paper pack has some beautifully printed linen papers. The prints of the paper are perfect for any love themed projects. It's still February, the month of love....so, I decided to make a layout using this pack.
I started with an 8"x8" square white textured cardstock. Next, I took a strip of the script paper from the pack. I distressed Read more...
Priyanka here...I am back with another project. Did you miss me?
Please say yes...You don't want to break my heart!
Speaking of hearts, I remembered that Valentine's Day is just around the corner.
If you would want to gift your loved ones a handmade card just like me, I have the perfect one for you!
Read on to see more....
Here's the card in action :
Let's begin Read more...
Wishing you all a Crafty Monday!!!
I am Anila at Itsy Bitsy's blog today, sharing my first DT post for this year and hoping to help you beat your Monday blues.
Before moving on, let me Thank Rashmi and Harish for having me over as their DT member once again. Thank you Anitha and Team IB for your constant support and help.
As you all know, the theme for this month's blog challenge is Image Transfer with Little Birdie's Instant Image Transfer Gel. I am sure you all have Read more...
Hello friends, Charu here!
Good to see you all again! Many thanks to Rashmi, Harish sir and team Itsy Bitsy for giving me this wonderful opportunity! I hope you all will enjoy the wonderful projects by me and the entire talented team of our DT members.
Today, I am going to make an easy vintage style home decor with Little Birdie Instant Image Transfer Gel.
You will need:
. A piece of raw (unfinished) wood - lighter woods work better
. Paper cutter, or scissors and a ruler
. Printed mirror image of Read more...
Hello friends! Gayatri here, back with another inspirational project for the challenge this month. The new Little Birdie 'Thin cut dies' are so fun to play with that I can't get enough of them.
Today I have made a cute mini photo album which is only 4" x 4" and made from a single sheet of 12" x 12". You can make this for birthday/ anniversary/ or any occasion with few pictures of cherished moments.
So without much ado, let me get into how you can make this.
Take a 12" x 12" cardstock Read more...
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...