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I am also part of Domino Art's 31 Days of Halloween Celebration.
Today's project is an altered domino featuring an image from a rubber stamp set designed by Rick St. Dennis for Smeared Ink Rubber Club called Voodoo.
The supplies used:
Domino game piece
Golden Paint: Carbon Black
Black Sharpie Pen
VersaMark embossing ink pad
Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel: Black
Ranger's Glossy Accent
Perfect Pearls: Metallic
Voodoo Stamp Set from Smeared Ink Rubber Club
Designer Paper scrap
Eye pinThe process is really easy:
- Cover the solid side of the domino with VersaMark and add the Black embossing powder.
- Melt the powder with the heating gun.
- Repeat this step 2 more times.
- Cover the surface of the enamel with Metallic Perfect Pearls and heat again, this sets the Perfect Pearls into the enamel.
- While the enamel is still hot, press the surface with the stamp, careful not to touch it.
- Remove the stamp and allow to cool completely before doing anything else to the domino.
- Once it cools down, the enamel hardens and the stamped image is permanent.
- Cover the sides of the domino with Golden acrylic paint.
- Turn over the domino and glue a rectangular piece of scrap paper to this face inserting the eye pin. Before adhering the scrap of paper to the domino I used a sharpie around the border of paper to add a little black outline.
- Cover the surface of the paper with Glossy Accents this seals the paper and protects our works.
- Once it is dry, decorate with beads.
- Add a metal spacer to the top, using E6000 adhesive, this is an industrial strength adhesive, resistant to water.
Now hop over to Steph's blog, she has something special for you.
I would like to enter this project in the following challenges: