Mom’s Cafe – A Kitchen Plaque

Hi there everyone, Anamika here! I am back today with a kitchen decor tutorial. It's a kitchen plaque that can be hung on your kitchen door, can be be made and gifted to your friends and can also be a perfect Mother's Day gift. So let's start. I have taken an oval MDF board and painted it with black Gesso. Once dry, I applied one step Crackle Medium at the peripheral region. Once the medium was dry, I coated the base again with white gesso. Here, the moment I applied gesso 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...

The Door – Mixed Media Canvas

Hello friends & fellow crafters I am Anamika here  with my first blog post for Itsy Bitsy. I was wondering what would be apt for transforming into a home decor piece. I immediately got the answer .....what could be better than using a canvas frame? And I could also experiment with Itsy Bitsy's awesome range of mixed media pastes. So let's start.... First -  I took a 16 by 12 white canvas frame    Next, I created different textures with 2 in 1 Mixed Media 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...

‘Love’ Note Holder with Craft Cement

Hello crafty friends! Daksha here! Today I am sharing a cement craft project ...the theme is 'Love'. Initially, I was a little confused about what to make with this product and how will it work out. But once I started and watched Itsy Bitsy's craft cement video ...ideas just started pouring into my head. Thereafter it was difficult to stop myself from experimenting! Let me tell you in advance...It is very addictive!! You just can't stop playing around with the craft cement. I almost used 3 Read more...

Pretty Pink Decoupage Bottle

Hello all, Sonal here today! Hope you all are enjoying the DT inspirations, soaking in a lot of new techniques and creating your kind of projects!! Today I am here with my second DT post, which is a decoupage project. When it comes to decoupage, I just love making elegant, pretty , floral decoupage bottles. So let's get started!! Let me mention that Itsy Bitsy has a huge collection of decoupage tissues. I came across this particular tissue and immediately fell in love with the design. Hence, Read more...

A Mixed Media Canvas

Hi friends, Saadia here today! Sharing with you a mixed media canvas. I hope you like it . Let's start : I glued pages from an old book to my 8x10 inch canvas. Then I mixed Texture Sand with 2 in 1 Mixed Media Paste and applied it to the canvas through a stencil. Covered the canvas with diluted white gesso. Next, I cut a crescent shape from chipboard and glued surgical gauze with gel medium. Stenciled a design with a mixture of 2 in 1 Mixed Media Paste and Texture Sand. Applied Read more...

A Vintage Mixed Media Altered Box

Hi Everyone, Saadia here! Today, I want to share with you an altered box. I used Little Birdie's recently launched colors of Chalk Paints. The chalk paints are fast drying matte acrylic paints. They can be used on home decor projects, furniture, canvas , paper and even very slick surfaces. They give beautiful coverage even with one coat and the color range is just amazing.   I hope you like my project. Lets start: I covered the box with Little Birdie's white Gesso. This Read more...

A Mixed Media project everyone can try!

Hello everyone Pooja here, I am back again with a mixed media project. Many people ask me what are the basic products necessary for mixed media and what they should buy to make mixed media projects.  I would like to mention that there are no specific products required for mixed media but I have decided to make a mixed media piece that requires very less products and mediums. You can take a look and get inspired to try out one on these lines.... Now lets have a look how I made mine. 1. Read more...