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Learn how-to make your own DIY enamel dots in #TechniqueTuesday with Holyhelles Himmel.


  • How to make a mixed media. DIY Enamel Dots! - Step 1
    Step 1

    Gather your supplies: gloss, paper and markers!

  • How to make a mixed media. DIY Enamel Dots! - Step 2
    Step 2

    Use your markers and draw little dots in different sizes and colours,- right where you want them.

    I had a Drawing for a card I wanted to decorate.

  • How to make a mixed media. DIY Enamel Dots! - Step 3
    Step 3

    When you are finished doodeling your dots, add the glossy assents. Carefully squirt the gloss so it just covers the dot,- not less, not more. Let dry. It won`t take long, just a few minutes for a little dot.

  • How to make a mixed media. DIY Enamel Dots! - Step 4
    Step 4

    When dry, the dots are risen and have a glossy surface. They look just like super cool enamel dots ! They add dimension, life and fun to your paper projects.
    And this is a secret: I often use it to cover flaws :D

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CP
CP · Freehold Township, New Jersey, US
Very cute!
Jules K.
Jules K. · Manchester, England, GB
Great idea and saves money too!
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