Friday, May 23, 2014

Domino Art: 15 Days of Terror, Day 12

Day 12 of 15 Days of Terror at Domino Art is here!!!
Today's project is a mini heart canvas featuring an image from a Smeared Ink Rubber Stamp Set - Quoth the Raven.
The supplies used:

  • 3 Dominoes
  • Permapaque Pen (Black)
  • Ultra Thick Embossing Powder (Clear)
  • Versamark Stamp Pad
  • Perfect Pearls (Perfect Cooper)
  • Amaco Rub and Buff (Gold Leaf)
  • Mini Canvas
  • Golden Fluid Acrylic Paints (Carbon Black, Titanium White)
  • Deco Art Acrylic Paint ( Christmas Red)
  • Artistcellar Stencil Set ( Quasi-Crystals)
  • E - 6000 Glue
The process is really easy:

  • Cover the solid side of the domino with VersaMark and add the clear embossing powder.
  • Melt the powder with the heating gun.
  • Repeat this step 2 more times.
  • 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.
  • Color the surface of the enamel with Perfect Pearls.
  • Use Rub and Buff over the image to bring out the details.
  • Cover the sides of the domino with a Permapaque Pen (Black).
  • Color your Mini Canvas with Black Golden paint and add the details with the stencils.
  • Glue the dominoes to the canvas using E6000 adhesive.
Enjoy your new canvas, just imagine the possibilities!


applejack cards by sue said...

I just adore the way you create this artform. I am inspired to try Domino art myself but I think I need to follow many more tutorials before I have a go... you will find me stalking your blog soaking up all the info. Thanks for the recipe.

Anonymous said...

Fantastic - this is an amazing technique as well as the result. Love the project made as 3-piece-puzzle, too!
hugs serafeena

PinkyLisasInkyCrafts said...

Brilliant technique and use of dominos. Lovely colours and the gold looks do luxurious.

<3 @ hugs
Lisa xxxx

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