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 Post subject: Domino Art
 Post Posted: Sat Feb 16, 2008 6:30 pm 
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Anyone else here like decorating dominoes - I would love to see them if you do.

I have done a few today!

http://acraftingjourney.blogspot.com/20 ... o-art.html

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They look fab. I did domino's a few years ago, there are some in one of my Albums.
http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/alb ... 3847bCagcY
I must do some more, they were done way back in August 2004!

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They look great. That site has some lovely stamps

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Tracey what a fun one the one with the lipstick

Linda yours are nice as well. thats something I don't have an Arondirack colouring pen..

I colour mine with alcohol inks and then stamp with Stazon or Black India Ink on them. Sadly they don't take Glimmer Mist :(


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this one is stampboard which I had to have I tried it out and the rest is still in the drawer :oops:


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They are lovely Ellen

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O WOW Ellen - they are fab!

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Wow ladies those dominoes are fab :D

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Tracey wrote:
They look fab. I did domino's a few years ago, there are some in one of my Albums.
http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/alb ... 3847bCagcY
I must do some more, they were done way back in August 2004!


These are great Tracey - I can see I need a bit more practice LOL

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Very pretty and clever girls, what do you do with them?

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I bought some dominoes a couple of weeks ago but have still to play with them. You have reminded me about them now so maybe next week I will play with them.

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I have my oh drilling holes in them Carolyn and then put a leather throng through it to use as a necklace.

You can also glue a long bead on teh top with epoxy glue and put teh string through there.

they look nice as decoration on a book/agenda whatever

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Carolyn wrote:
Very pretty and clever girls, what do you do with them?


I have put strip magnet on the back of mine .... for fridge magnets!

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Ooooh they are all lovely.


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Like the idea of a fridge magnet 8) Drilling sounds dangerous! :D

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Only if you are called Calv :D
Get the drill out CArolyn and have a play :)

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