My favorite cheapo giant fake rock ring broke. As I was mourning it, I realized I could finally make that domino ring I’ve been dying to make.
Love, Elsie rub-ons and dressmakers pattern tissue paper (packaging) from the Lush Kit; vintage music sheet and magazine ad, K&Co metal button from old Gauche Alchemy kits; plastic domino; adjustable ring; Inkssentials Glossy Accents; Gel (you can also use gel medium or Mod Podge).
Use gel, gel medium or Mod Podge to apply dressmakers pattern tissue paper on the backside (the smooth side) of the domino. It’s okay if the tissue paper is not the exact size of the domino. It’s so easy to fold it over the edges. Make sure to apply a layer of your chosen medium on top of the tissue paper to protect it. Let dry.
Apply vintage music sheet on the tissue paper. Apply a layer of your chosen medium on top also. Let dry.
Apply vintage image from magazine ad. Apply chosen medium on top. Let dry. Apply letter rub-on.
Use Inkssentials Glossy Accents to apply metal button. Let dry.
Completely cover the surface of the domino with Inkssentials Glossy Accents. Remove any air bubbles while wet. Let dry. This’ll take a couple of hours so go ahead and do your chores, have lunch, etc.
Use Inkssentials Glossy Accents to attach the metal ring. Make sure that your surface is dry before turning your ring over. This is a cheat. This is a photo of the back side of the ring when it was already dry. The ring might fall down while the Glossy Accents is still wet. So, after letting it dry a bit, but while it’s still malleable, position your metal ring. Let dry.
Enjoy your creation!