Decoupage gift box with gold distressing & texture work.

Hello arty-crafty friends! Today it's me, DT member Daksha on the blog with an inspirational project using the newly released decoupage papers. First I want to say, using these papers feels just like spreading butter. You won't get any wrinkles and they are very smooth. So today I am sharing a beautiful decoupage gift box which you can use as a jewellery box, a chocolate gift box or for gifting other knick knacks. You can select the print of your choice. I have selected a peacock print. Read more...

No-Sew Tool Roll Organizer

Hi creatives, Hope you all are doing well. This is Nithiya from the Itsy Bitsy Design Team. Today I will show you how I made a No-sew tool roll organizer with silicon liquid glue and used Little Birdie fabric paints to add beauty to it. I'm sure all crafters will be having some tools that they use frequently in their crafts. This no-sew tool roll can be used for organizing colour pencils, sketches, brushes, etc., and is a cool to carry when we travel. For making this, I used a poly cotton and Read more...

Bag of Serenity with Glitter Fabric Paints

Hello everyone, Roopashree here! Every breathe  we take, every step we make, can be filled with peace, joy and serenity. God grant us the serenity to accept the things we cannot change, the courage to change the things we can, and the wisdom to know the difference. Let's start the project with Hope & Positivity! Step 1 : I have chosen a canvas tote bag as a base for today's project. Prepped the surface with a thin coat of fabric glue on the top and allowed i to dry. Note: 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...

Antique Jewellery Box with Stencil

Hi arty-crafty friends, Vidhu Thareja on the blog today with a new inspiration. In the present situation, when we are forced to remain inside our homes, crafting is the best way to utilize time creatively. As all of you must be aware that the Blog Challenge for this month is anything goes with the newly launched 4x4 inch stencils. These stencils are perfect for big and small, both type of projects and very easy to store. These stencils are designed to cater to all your crafting needs. Today Read more...

Inlay with Pearl Drops- Decor Panels

Hello friends, DT Vaishali on the blog today.  Hope all are crafting great. In my post today, I have two decor panels using Little Birdie Pearl Drops, in two different ways. The panels make beautiful gifts for special occasions. Have a look! Let's get started with the step wise procedure of the panels. I have used plain  MDF panels of size 8 x 6 inches as my base. A size that's good to hang and display on an easel as well. You can use canvas too, instead of MDF. Wanted to add some Read more...

Basic Mixed Media Products And Their Uses

  Hello Hello!! This is Bela. Today I am here on the blog to talk about Mixed Media. A versatile form of art, the scope of mixed media is vast. It is an art which I love! However, I have noticed that many of you have few doubts regarding it. If these doubts are stopping you from attempting or trying out mixed media projects then this post is for you. Here I am going to talk about all the products related to it. You can get a fair idea about what can use for creating amazing art works Read more...

Dream Girl – Mixed Media Card Featuring Little Birdie Metallic Wax

Hi Crafties! Priyanka Kantak here. I am back with another inspirational project for the ongoing Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge #21 : Anything Goes with Little Birdie Metallic Wax. We all have dreams! Dreams of soaring high, dreams of having it all... Today, I have a card that tries to illustrate those dreams! This is my first ever mixed media card! Read on further to know how I made it... Lets begin! Step 1: On a 5.5 x 6 inches panel of Bright White cardstock, I used the Net stencil Read more...