Decoupage Tissue Box

Good morning everyone, DT Serene here. Today I am sharing  beautiful decoupaged tissue box along with a bit of clay art as inspiration for Itsybitsy blog challenge 30.I have used filament decoupage paper for this project and the papers are so simple to work with and comes in a beautiful collection of high quality papers with crisp print.Here a few pictures of the final product.  Instructions  1.I have used a whitewashed tissue box  from Itsy Bitsy as my base. You can use a wooden 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...

DIY Treasure Box Tutorial

Hello Itsy Bitsy fans, Priya Mishra here with you today and I hope all of you are safe at home and following all the guidelines. This is a real trying time and we have to overcome this together. Today, I have a simple altered box project to share, it comes with a small step by step tutorial. We all have so many boxes at home which can be transformed into a beautiful treasure box using very basic products from our favourite craft store. Here is my box which I made out of an ordinary cardboard Read more...

Altered Box with Chalk Paints and Decoupage

Hello everyone! Vinita here today on the blog with a beautiful altered gift box. I enjoy using Little Birdie Chalk Paints a lot because of their versatility and the amazing choice of shades. I had a very beautiful dry-fruit box in my stash for a long time and wanted to use it for making something useful. The moment I saw the newly launched chalk paints, I knew how I wanted to use it with decoupage papers and metal charms. Here is how I gave it a makeover... Firstly, I primed the box Read more...

Decor of Positivity

Hello friends! This is Ashwini on the blog today! Since it is the festival month and celebrations are all around, I got inspired and created this home decor. With a little imagination and use of various Little Birdie products I have created this. I have used lot of products. Do sit back and enjoy the making. First up is a decor with lots of colors and gorgeous flowers. I love the mix of handmade flowers and chalk paint colors as a perfect combination. I have taken a wooden rectangular Read more...

Itsy Bitsy Blog challenge 25

Hello Creatives, Roopashree here! I am up with an artistic abstract art using Little Birdie Stone Texture Paste. A simple & easy project with a twist of mixed media techniques. Submissions can be any project featuring the Stone texture paste theme. Turn off word verification to enable us to leave comments Entries can be submitted until  30th  October  , 2019. In order to submit your entry, click on the inlinkz button provided at the end of this post, add your image and link to your Read more...

“Altered Terracotta Pot”

Hello creatives, Roopashree here! I am back with my 2nd DT post and this one is also a n inspiration for the home decor theme. Delighted to share the pictorial of this altered terracotta pot.  This pot was lifelessly, lying on the shelf for about 5 years now...I am so glad it got a makeover after ages & made justice to its wait.   Let get into designing. Step 1: Take a terracotta pot,  give a coat of black gesso. It will act as a primer. Let it dry completely.   Step Read more...

Mini Canvas Decoupage Wall Clock

Hello crafty friends! Daksha here today at the Itsy Bitsy blog! Excited to start my second innings with Itsy Bitsy. For this post I wanted to make something very special which I was planning to do for long time.  A new release of decoupage papers really gave me a kick start for this project! Let's start with the creation and its detailed step by step instructions.  For this project I have used 12 pieces of 3"*3" mini canvas and the base is  3/4" thick plywood in 14"x14". Step-1:  Read more...

Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge # 23

Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge # 23 A very warm Hello to all my crafty friends from Meraj. I am so happy and excited to share my first creative post with you all as DT of Itsy Bitsy along with the announcement of the new Blog Challenge. Who doesn't want to have a beautiful unique piece to either adorn a house or give as a gift to our special someone.Nothing can compare with a handmade creation that carries a part of us in it. You guessed it right! The theme for this month's blog challenge is Home Read more...