Decoupage Distressed Decorative Frame

Hello Crafty Friends! This is Tanvi here with a divine festive project today.  I created it with the Goddess Durga - decoupage filament paper and altered a carved wooden frame that I had earlier painted yellow. To begin, I first decoupaged the motif on a coaster for which I used Deco Magic  decoupage glue - Matte Sealed the coaster with Decor varnish Next, I randomly rubbed a wax candle over the frame. This helps achieve a distressed look. After this, I painted the entire frame with Read more...

Ma Durga Shadow Box

Hello everyone! Vini here with you today. Durga Puja is just around the corner and here I present to you the beautiful Ma Durga filament paper from the store. Jai Ma! I would like to tell you about the quality of the filament paper first. You have  to use to believe what an amazing product this is. This is neither like the decoupage tissues nor like the rice papers. These are not delicate or transparent, hence are excellent specially for new crafters who are worried about tearing or wrinkles Read more...

Do More Of What Makes You Happy – Wall Decor

Hello arty-crafty Friends! This is Tanvi ringing in some cheer with an inspiring post for this month's challenge "Shine your creativity with Stencils". Itsy Bitsy has widened its range of designer stencils and made them available in several sizes. Given the versatile designs and range, I can already foresee you all grabbing these, getting creative and becoming busy making cards, home decor items, boxes, bags, cushions, & more.... In the project here, I have built multiple layers and incorporated Read more...

Fabric Decoupage with Image Transfer

Hello Creative Friends! This is Tanvi with my first inspirational post. Today I am sharing a project merging fabric decoupage with image transfer & walking you through the steps to do this yourself. Here are the supplies we will use. All these are listed & linked to the store at the end of the post. I selected a chalkboard image (Source - Google) for the image transfer. While printing the image remember- to use a laser print on normal printer paper (70-85 gsm) if the image contains Read more...

The Little Bird Cottage

Hello arty-crafty people, Lekha here with my take on the Stone Texture Paste and my inspiration for this month's challenge. But before that, wanted to show you my last shopping haul from Itsy Bitsy store. I have always loved these handmade flowers from IB and the Sale is the best time to buy them at amazing prices. So if you missed having these in your stack and than hurry and buy these gorgeous flowers from the IB store. Would share my projects  using these flowers soon. Coming to the project Read more...

Upcycled Tray Centerpiece

Hello August and my creative friends! Manasa Priya here today! The festive season begins in India! That simply means more guests at home and some enthusiastic home decorating efforts for everyone! I decided to do a makeover for an old tray which was lying unused for a long time. For this project, I planned to make it waterproof, so that it could be used as a  centre piece for the table. For that, my main focus remained on Stone Texture Paste and resin . Now let's get started with Read more...