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Muscial domino pendant
This project is very easy to do. I was actually done in about 20 min., but it's the drying time that takes a few minutes unless you use a blowdryer. Enjoy!!! I think it came out pretty cool!

Posted by Bohemian Tragedeez from Las Vegas, Nevada, United States • Published See Bohemian Tragedeez's 13 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Make sure your domino is clean and drilled when you begin. First get your rubber stamp and ink pad. Ink up the stamp and the way I did it, was to lay the domino atop the rubber stamp carefully and pressed down firmly. You can do it anyway that works best for you.

  • Step 2

    Once both sides of the domino are stamped with the music notes and dry, free-hand a music note on the flat side of the domino with your black sharpie.(wait for it to dry)

  • Step 3

    Get your yellow sharpie and color in the background. Don't worry the Stazon Ink doesn't smear!!! A highliter permanent marker would work too in any color!

  • Step 4

    Next step is to outline the edges of the domino with your black sharpie.

  • Step 5

    Final step.....Gloss with polyurethane on both sides. Remember wait for one side to be dried completely. I waited overnite to make sure.
    Voila!

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Peeps
Peeps · Sacramento, California, US · 4 projects
So cute!
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Bohemian Tragedeez
Bohemian Tragedeez · Las Vegas, Nevada, US · 14 projects
Thank you Penny!!!!
Penny F.
Penny F. · North Bay, Ontario, CA · 19 projects
Haha, not a problem, just came across this again and now I am left wondering why I haven't given this a try yet! I must try something similar! I don't think I have musical note stamps but can try this with something else Happy
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Penny F.
Penny F. · North Bay, Ontario, CA · 19 projects
Wow! I absolutely love how this turned out!!! Happy I never would have thought of stamping a domino... I have tons for stuff I have been doing, I am going to try this some time! Thanks for sharing this idea! Happy
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