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Domino Necklace

LeNae Gerig

Save on the products listed below with Believe Domino Necklace Set!

Domino Necklace
By LeNae Gerig


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Designer’s Tip: Allow the alcohol ink to really dry well before stamping with StazOn® ink. If the alcohol ink is at all wet, then the StazOn® will smear and bleed once stamped.

Supplies:

Instructions:

  1. Place the domino on a clean, protected surface, face down. Apply small drops of all 3 colors of ink, one at a time. Let the inks run together and do not blot. Let dry.
  2. Turn the stamp horizontally. Ink the stamp image and stamp the left side of the image onto the domino. Let the ink dry thoroughly.
  3. Place a tiny heart sticker to the center of the stamped butterfly. A tiny butterfly Dazzles™ below the larger stamped image. Place the word “believe” below the postage stamp.
  4. Place Dazzles™ borders around the top, bottom and sides of the domino.
  5. Glue the sun bail to the top front of the domino using Crystal Lacquer. Use the paintbrush to apply a thin coat of Lacquer to the entire domino and let dry for several hours before hanging from the satin cord.

Project comments

Written by Kathleen Scott
 4 months 15 days ago:
This project is great. Would love to try this. Thank you for the inspiration
Written by Melissa
 9 months 1 day ago:
I am new to to this type of thing. When you say domino is this a product or are you talking about a game piece domino?
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Yes, it can be a game piece domino but they do come in many sizes so you may have to adjust the directions. This is a very quick to make and very lovely piece of jewelry. We do carry large dominos like the one used in the project. It is item 4004442 at PaperWishes.com. I hope you love the results.
Written by Rosemary Paul
 2 years ago:
I love the piece and I am looking forwaqrd to making one for myself. How did you finish the back of the piece? Did you leave it plain or paint it?
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Actually, we left it plain and didn't do anything to it. A reader made one and sent it to me and she signed her name and the date on the back so that's another idea.
Written by Joan
 2 years 3 months ago:
I made this necklace and was so pleased the only thing I did that was not mentioned was covered the back, the acid paints were new to me also the crystal lacquer, but very easy to work with .

 

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