Traditional Paisley Decoupage Tray

Hi all, It is the time for festivals in India and that calls for festive gifts and a fresh home decor!  I made a very elegant and royal tray using the new Little Birdie filament decoupage papers and I am here to share the process with you. The filament decoupage papers are very easy to use. They are strong, wrinkle free and perfect for a variety of decoupage techniques as I have described in detail in my previous post this month. Lets begin with the project! I chose a classy filament design Read more...

Decorative Decoupage Kitchen Hanging

Hello Crafty friends, DT member Chitrali on the blog today back with another beautiful home decor kitchen wall hanging. It is beautifully done using newly launched Filament Decoupage Papers. These Decoupage papers come in 21 different designs with 60gsm thickness. They give a smooth finish and are easy to use. All the designs are beautiful and there are awesome colors to choose from. They are good to go with any surface. As you all know this months blog challenge  #30 is “Anything goes with Read more...

Decoupage Bottle and Box With Filament Decoupage Paper

Hello dear craft buddies, DT member Hema Bhat here today with yet another inspirational project with the current blog challenge theme Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge#30 – “Anything goes with Filament Decoupage Papers”. The new 60gsm decoupage papers are easy to handle. They give a feel of rice paper. This single layer paper can be adhered on all surfaces in a jiffy even by decoupage beginners, without issues of wrinkles and bubbles. These papers are packaged as a set of two complementing Read more...

Traditional Decoupage Gift Box

Hello creatives... With the festive season on & with the launch of gorgeous decoupage filament papers, let's make some gift boxes for our friends & relatives. Here is one way of adding an exciting look to your gift boxes.... Let's get started step 1: I was hoarding this wooden box from ages, thought of decorating it. You can get one from the store. Give a coat of gesso as a primer & a coat of chalk paint complimenting to the colours of your selected filament decoupage Read more...

Make Your Own Reversible Pendant Without Any Mould

Hi all, Hope you all are safe. In the present situation we cannot step out to shop so I decided to make myself a pendant with a gift box!  Let's start. Here I have used the Little Birdie resin and no mould or frame. The Little Birdie resin is perfect for making jewellery as it dries within an hour! It has an amazing finish, shine, and strength. A few points to note about the resin is that it doesn't stick to plastic and silicon. Otherwise it permanently sticks to anything, so prepare Read more...

Decoupaged Vintage Wall Clock

Hello arty-crafty friends, Vidhu Thareja on the blog today with a new project inspiration for this month. I hope all of you are safe and trying to keep your spirits high with some crafting. My today's project is a Decoupage Vintage Wall Clock. Wall clock in not only  a necessity  but it is considered  an important part of an interior and nothing can take place of a handmade clock. I love doing decoupage, so in this project I have used  beautiful decoupage papers from the store. So without Read more...

Upcycled Drawer Home Decor

Hello dear friends, Hope you all are doing well. Hema Bhat here with another project using the amazing 4x4 inch stencils.  I have upcycled a drawer using distressing, stenciling and decoupage techniques. For this project I chose a plywood drawer which I found discarded near my house nearly 6 months ago. I had not worked on it as the drawer was in a bad shape and needed me to spend more hours on it. So, I made use of the time to work on it while staying at home to stay safe during the lock Read more...

Upcycled Baking Tin Home Decor

Hi All, Sumedha here today to share a home decor project. I took an old baking tin which was lying in my kitchen for long and decided to upcycle it into a home décor piece. I selected the chalk paints- Tattered Lace, Pink Ballet and Misty Rose to give a shaded base to my tin. I used a floral decoupage napkin from the store and the stencil- Secret to Happiness. 2. I applied a base coat of Gesso and then 2 coats of chalk paints- Tattered lace, Pink Ballet and Misty Rose with a sponge Read more...