Ten-Second Takeaway

Love DYI decor projects? Then don’t look beyond Itsy Bitsy to source supplies that are downright adorable and don’t cost too much.

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The minute you walk through their doors, you’ll be filled with the urge to embrace the Martha Stewart in you. Arm yourself with a glue gun and get buying! There are quilling sets, DIY papier mache, and candle making kits. If your expertise lies in sewing, you can pick up needles of every variety {knitting, crochet, and sewing}, yarns, and other accessories. The store also stocks clays and pottery tools of all kinds. Stationery junkies too are in for a treat here. You can pack home sheafs of handmade paper, colourful laser cut sheets, and volume decoupage papers with gorgeous floral prints apart from the regular mix of notebooks, journals, and pens.

If you love baking, then, Itsy Bitsy has plenty to offer. From Baker’s twine to cookie cutters {shaped like Christmas trees, stars, hearts, and animals}, fondant rolling pins, pastry brushes, cupcake cups {with polka dots and stripes}, and cake testers topped with roses – they have a wide selection here. They also have chocolate molds and trays if you are interested.

String Along

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Our favourite part at the store, however, is the DIY jewellery section. Here you can scoop beads of all sorts – from shiny plastic to stone, terracotta, and wood. Once you’ve decided on the beads, you can move onto choosing the wires, beading needles, and hooks. You can also use buy packets filled with charms and pendants {in the shape of butterflies, elephants, cars, umbrellas} to string along with the beads. The section also stocks up basic brooches that you can pretty up with beads and buttons. Whenever we visit the Itsy Bitsy store, we always find that this section is a big hit with kids and the grown-ups.

We also love their stickers and embellishments section. You can add a fun twist to your handwritten notes {in case you are old-fashioned} and DIY decor projects with borders and flowers made from burlap, denim bows, 3D stickers {you’ll even get themed one for baby showers, weddings and the likes}, and buttons shaped like cupcakes and with floral patterns.

Speaking of kids, you’ll find a gazillion ways to make their school supplies and their projects way more interesting at Itsy Bitsy. From an interesting array of stationery {they do an adorable range of erasers} to DIY kits for making fridge magnets, origami, and puppets – you can pile them all in your basket.

Where: You can find an Itsy Bitsy store near you here.

Price: INR 20 onwards

Contact: +91 990061127

Timings: 11am onwards

Find them on Facebook here.

You can shop online here.