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...

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...

Shabby Chic Wall Decor with Filament Decoupage Paper

Hi everyone, DT Serene here with an interesting project using the newly launched Decoupage filament papers. I am so excited to work with them and to share this lovely project with you. Actually I loved all the 21 designs, but I selected the paper set 'Music room' as it suited my project perfectly. Coming to the papers, they come in a set of 2 coordinating designs in 60gsm, A4 in size. They give a feel of rice paper. This single layer paper can be adhered on all surfaces easily even by the Read more...

Altered jug – Jyotirmoy

          Hello creative people, it's  DT  Jyotirmoy here with an  inspirational project created with Little Birdie Glitter Fabric Paints. Today I am going to alter an old  jug. So let's start. At first I took an old jug and cleaned it properly. Then I applied Little Birdie white gesso with a sponge. Next, I applied Little Birdie Birdie chalk paint 'Bubble Gum' with a sponge. After the paint dried, I used Little Birdie glitter fabric paint Read more...

Lord Ganapati Wall Decor in Dhokra Style

Hello crafters, DT Jyotirmoy here today! I am back to our favorite Itsy Bitsy blog with another quick tutorial of a wall decor.  Today I am going to make a wall decor item in Dhokra (or Dokra)  style using my favorite Little Birdie Shape It. (air hardening clay) Dhokra  is a non–ferrous metal casting using the ‘lost-wax casting’ technique. It  has been used in India for over 4,000 years and is still in use. The name ‘Dhokra’ comes from the Dhokra Damar tribes, traditional metal 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...

Antique Clay Art Sculpture Decor with Stone Texture Paste

Hello everyone! Vinita here. Hoping you all had a wonderful Dussehera festival! As you all know this is a festive month, full of fun and enjoyment with family, guests and friends! Its time to clean up your house and give it a new life. I am sure that you would agree that having a unique decor piece at your home can be the talk of the town, especially when you can boast about how you made it yourself. Who doesn't like to create an antique piece for their home Read more...

Name Plate with Pouring Paints

Hello crafty friends! Daksha here! Today's project is with Little Birdie acrylic pouring paints. I have used a 12" MDF circle base for my acrylic pour art. I have not started with any plan as to what I will create after the pouring is complete. However, slowly and gradually ideas stated pouring into my head and began to take shape in my mind. Finally I have made a beautiful nameplate for my house, which I was planning to do for a long time. Here is the final outcome... Let me explain the Read more...

Multi-Layered Ganesha Wall Panel

Hello creatives,  Roopashree here! I am back with yet another spectacular project with Little Birdie Acrylic Pouring Paints.  As the festival season is on & Ganesha Chaturthi is drawing close, I thought of making a wall panel using a Lord Ganesha idol and fluid art technique. Before starting with the project, a brief introduction about pouring paint art, tips & tricks. Acrylic pouring art has been known by many names like fluid art, liquid art or acrylic pouring art, this is Read more...

Butterfly Wall Panel with Metallic Sheen

Hello creatives, Roopashree here! It's always been an immense pleasure to be associated with Itsy Bitsy and am super excited to start the journey with my first DT post. This month;s blog challenge is all about creating and sharing "Home decor" projects. It's such a theme where creative possibilities are  endless using products from the store. On that note let's start creating a beautiful "Butterfly Wall Panel" with a metallic effect. Step 1: Take A4 size OHP sheet, draw Read more...