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Domino Winners

I am thrilled that so many of you like my domino tutorial!  I had a great time making them in the booth when I was at the show...our Spectrum Noir alcohol inks are perfect for these projects.

 

I'l be sending some dominoes out to:

What a good idea Sara.

It makes the Spectrums just as useful as alcohol inks and with a MUCH LARGER COLOUR RANGE. Thanks for the inspiration, I’m sure there are

many more useful applicationd to try!

Jeannie E. | May 4, 2013 at 5:13 pm

Wow these dominoes are stunning , what fabulous affects and gorgeous colours.

Hugs Julie xxx

Julie | May 9, 2013 at 9:20 am

Oh My Days Sara your dominoes are awesome, I will be making some of these myself now, thank you so much for the inspiration and the step by step tutorial ~fabulous ~ Of course I would absolutely love to win one of yours, it would be cherished and looked after forever, It would be such a treat to have a Sara original!!! Take care and I hope that you are rested after your travels.

Hugs Jan x

Jan Buckley | May 9, 2013 at 11:46 pm
If one of these comments is yours, send me an email at prizes@crafterscompanion.com so I can mail them to you!  I also wanted to share this comment that was left on the post, with some absolutely tremendous ideas for more projects like this one:

Good morning Sara,
This to me would have a double use as i have a special needs child who likes the feeling of domimos as well as playing with them. What if you put a number together when going to stamp with a large stamp so that it made a pattern over the full size and mixed them up so that they had to make the picture up again. This would in effect give a double use to the dominoes whether you had a full set for a proper domino match or a few stragglers for just making up the picture with. Hope this gives you some more ideas
from mind full of rubbish,
Norah

What a fabulous idea! I'd love to see someone make a set of these... if you do please send me some pictures so I can share them with everyone!

 

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