When I first got involved with making [tag]found object jewelry[/tag] , I got hooked on dominoes. Working with dominoes and other game pieces was instant gratification. Used as a blank canvas for stamping, collaging and embellishing, you can create little mini works of wearable art. 

 A great tutorial on how to stamp on dominoes can be found on Rubber Stamp Club’s website. They also have a number of examples so you can see how varied the artwork can be.The dominoes pictured are done by Kelly Smith of Outside the Box Art.

[tags]domino art, rubber stamping[/tags]

By Barbe Saint John


4 Comments so far

  1. imelda canales on December 24, 2007 8:11 pm

    i love the frieda stamp and would like to know where i can purchase one, thanks

  2. imelda canales on February 22, 2008 8:49 pm

    i love the frieda stamp i would love to purchase one. thanks imelda

  3. Barbe Saint John on February 22, 2008 8:50 pm

    HI Imelda,
    You will need to contact the website listed and see if you can find one thru there. or Google ‘frida rubber stamp’

  4. HayleyJ on December 21, 2008 11:10 am

    That looks like a lotta fun! :) Do you just use any plastic dominos set and color in the dots so that they’re white, or can you buy the blanks from somewhere? I’ve been looking on google, but I can’t seem to find anything but cheapo plastic dominos sets, rather than plain ones.

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