October 24, 2013

Something a Little Different: Thursday DT Post for Visible Image


I wanted to try something a little different and unusual for this week's post! I have made a domino necklace! Yes, flip this over and you will see the domino numbers!


To make this gorgeous type of necklace all you need is a domino, a bail to glue to the back of the domino to lace a chain through, some alcohol inks and some Staz-on Ink. To finish it off you can use a coat of Glossy Accents as a glaze. I used E6000 adhesive to glue the bail onto the domino.


I chose Ranger alcohol inks in Stream and Citrus, used a felt pad and Range applicator and squirted a few drops of each color on different parts of the felt pad. I swirled them around on the domino and kept playing with it until I liked the pattern. It doesn't take long for it to dry.





Next choose some small stamps to use on the domino...I used the gorgeous birds from the Free Your Imagination set as well as the word "free" from that set. The whole stamp says "free your imagination" but I just inked up "free" and stamped it onto the domino. Let dry, and then coat with Glossy Accents.


Add your bail with E6000 adhesive, find a chain and you are done, easy peasy and a different way to use your stamps to make yourself something beautiful!

I hope you like my project, and if the stamps catch your eye, please visit the store by clicking on the link or image! All UK and international shipping is FREE for the entire month of October!


Visible Image also run a challenge each month on their blog.
This month the theme is:
Use a Visible Image stamp on a project and link it up, easy peasy,
and you could win £20 of your choice of Visible Image gorgeousness!
Join us over at our fan page on Facebook or join our GROUP!
This month if you load a Visible Image project you've created in the group,
you also have a chance at another £20 prize, you have to be in it to win it though,
so I hope you have a look at the site and get some stamps and join in.



3 comments:

Adriana B said...

fabulous :)

Pauline Butcher said...

What a fabulous project Cathi, and thank you for the great mini tutorial. I have some dominoes, so when I get chance, I'm going to have a go. Hugs P xxx

Denise van Deventer said...

So fabulous...and soooo creative! ;-)