Jewelry Box Makeover with Glitter Fabric Paints

Hello everyone! Hema Bhat here hoping you all are safe. I am sure that you are getting inspired by the projects shared by our Design Team. Today I am here with yet another inspirational project with the current blog challenge theme Itsy Bitsy Blog Challenge#29 – “Spread the sparkle with Little Birdie Glitter Fabric Paints” The newly launched Little Birdie Glitter Fabric paints are available in 12 beautiful shades. The paint glides smoothly on fabric and can be easily applied with a Read more...

Mini Canvas with Glitter Fabric Paints

Hello crafters, I am Sabiha Khan and am glad to be  back with you all with my inspiration post for this month. Today I am using newly released Little birdie glitter fabric paints for my project. These paints come in 12  Fabulous shades which are just apt for any type of fabric painting. These paints can also be used on surfaces like paper, foam, wood and plastic. They are easy to used and are creamy in texture. These can be applied with brush, sponge or palette knife. Today I will show you Read more...

Customized Purse with Decoupage and Glitter Fabric Paints

Hello arty-crafty friends! As you all know this month's blog challenge is all about the newly launched Little Birdie glitter fabric paints. We all at the design team are trying to inspire you with our creativity and ideas. So, here I am with my project I made using glitter fabric paints.   I have customized a decoupage purse with glitter fabric paints and stencils. Believe me it's looking so pretty and I am ready to flaunt it. I have used little Birdie decoupage Read more...

Mermaid Messenger Bag with Glitter Fabric Paints

Hello friends! Harshada here on the blog today with an altered bag project using the fabulous Little Birdie Glitter Fabric Paints! So lets get started... For this project, I chose an old jute messenger bag which was lying in my cupboard for many years. As jute has a rough texture, it is difficult to paint a fine design on it, so I decided to paint my design on another fabric and then adhere it on to the jute bag. For this, I used a thin canvas cloth from my stash. I have used two pieces of Read more...

DIY Pinup Board with Little Birdie Glitter Fabric Paints

Hello creatives, Vini here today! I love shiny things and instantly fell in love with the shimmer of the new Little Birdie Glitter Fabric Paints! I decided to give a new look to an old pin up board I had at home! Let me show you what I did. I used a cotton silk fabric available with me and taped it to the pin up board so that I could do my work on the exact size. I inserted a newspaper and a polythene between the board and the fabric which I removed later. Then I made patterns with a Read more...

Special Birthday Card

Hello arty-crafty friends! My Birthday is in May and my daughter's is in June and she is turning 18 this year! So, I decided to make a special Birthday present for her. Here is the easel photo frame I made along with a three tier cake shape gift box.               Close view of photo frame  Close view of the three tier cake shaped gift box.                         Top view   Step by step instructions: #1- for the easel base, I took a 11.50"x 11.50" Read more...

‘ Song of the sea’ mini album

Hello crafty friends! Today I have a mini album to share..using little Birdie paper pack ' song of the sea' from my DT kit... this paper pack is so beautiful ..and after seeing each page I got different ideas to use it..like mixed media card, mixed media on canvas,or 3d pop-up card...but then finally I thought of making a mini album using one of my spellbinders die as I was hoarding that from long time and wasn't getting chance to use it...and beautiful idea popup in my mind...so I started working 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...

A Blooming Lamp

Hello friends, Vini here! While I am home bound with less activity than before due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I wanted to bring some cheer to myself and you all through my latest craft work! The quote ‘Live Life in Full Bloom’ always inspires me and I found the same stencil from the store! That began the starting point for this project. Living life in full bloom means living with hope and purpose, with imagination and vision in a way that honors the Earth, the spirit, and one another Read more...

Folk Art Fusion Frame

Hello creatives, Harshada here on the blog today with a new home decor project for you all.  This one is made using basic supplies, mainly chalk paints and the new 4x4 inch stencils. I was excited about exploring the artistic possibilities of using these stencils on my projects. So here's my project using these stencils in a different way. As the name suggests, its basically a folk art painting combined with the usage of stencils on a wooden tray that is converted into a frame. Before I Read more...