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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Day 2: Halloween Domino Coaster by DominoARTist Val S for DominoART's 31 Days of Halloween with Smeared & Smudged!

Welcome to Day 2 of our  
31 Days of Halloween scarefest!

DominoART is participating as a Wicked Blogger in the Smeared and Smudged 31 Days of Halloween blog hop again so it's going to be one frightfully busy October!  Thanks for all the awesome comments you left for me on Day 1 ;0)
All the blog hop deets are in my Day 1 post, make sure you read it all coz you don't want to miss out on how YOU can win some fab prizes!

If you were unable to sign up to be one of my Wicked Players this year but would still love to share your scary altered game art then check out my DominoART's 31 Days of Halloween Reader's Art Gallery inlinkz collection!  The linky tool is now open and you can share your new creations with us at any time throughout October!  If I get lots of submissions I will award a DominoART Treat to my favourite entry ;0)

DominoART's Wicked Players list is located in the left side bar so stop by each and every day to see their scariest altered game art featured here for 31 days straight!  On Oct 30 you will all get to vote for your 3 favourite projects...my Wicked Players are in the running for some clawesome prizes from DominoART's sponsors!

1st prize is sponsored by

2nd and 3rd prizes are sponsored by


Today's spooktacular domino Halloween coaster project comes to you from DT DominoARTist Val S, stop by her blog for more deets!


Supplies
8 regular white dominoes
travel dominoes for the feet
Big and Juicy ink pad - Mountain Meadow
Stamps by Inkadinkado
Momento Tuxedo Black ink
Embossing Powder - clear
PVC white glue
Post-it note

See you back here tomorrow for Day 3's clawesome project by Monica G!
Your next stop on the hop is Jessica!

Happy Hopping and Domino Hugs!
THE SHARPIE DOMINO QUEEN

24 comments:

  1. What a brilliant idea, cementing them together. Love the stamps and fab texture. xxD

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  2. This is really cool! Love the use of the dominos to make a coaster. So easy, hand made, and fabulous!

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  3. I am loving the ideas I am seeing here. I have to finish this hop and come abck to see more.

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    1. So pleased to hear it! I've got a day or two still open if you want to sign up and be one of my Wicked Players ;0) See the players list on the left there!

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  4. That's a great idea!!! Love the coaster!!!

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  5. Great coaster...if I say so myself LOL!!

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  6. Beautiful coaster you have made! =)
    Hugs, Elenor

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  7. OH MY GOSH... this is amazing.... what a great idea!!!

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  8. Val this is gorgeous. Love the coloring and stamps you used.

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  9. Val, your domino piece is incredible - love the background colors and the scenic touch!

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  10. Wow...Val your domino creation is stunning. Love the color blending and the stamped scene you created!

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  11. This is marvelous! Love that you added the clear embossing powder on top for the added dimension,

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  12. Ohh how neat- love the texture on top and the colors too!

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  13. Val, you did a superb job on this coaster. I love how you created all the texture and the images are fantastic.

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  14. man I would love a set of these coasters! perfect for my home! I should totally make some of these...ok off to find out how!

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  15. So pretty, love the soft colors.

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  16. Wow! that's awesome! I love the stamps that have been used and the lighter colours on there. fab! mo x

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  17. oh I LOVE dominos - perfect little project!
    hugs, serafeena

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  18. A BIG thank you to everyone for the wonderful comments!!

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  19. Ooohhh! Love Val's stamped scene. Cool background colors!!

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Domino Hugs!
Leigh S~B
THE SHARPIE DOMINO QUEEN

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