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Friday, October 23, 2015

Day 23: "The Fool" Domino Coaster by Leigh S-B!

Welcome to Day 23 of DominoART's 
annual 31 Days of Halloween Scarefest 
and blog hop presented by Smeared Ink!

Bella, my resin ball-jointed bat doll, says BOO!
 Can you believe we are now in the 4th and final week of our spooktacular blog hop?!  Time sure has flown by!  If you've been hopping with us from the beginning then you arrived here via Sue and your next stop is Lost Coast Portal to Creativity.  It's not too late to join the fun if you just stopped by for the first time today, all the hop info can be found on Terra's blog.  There's lots of sponsor prizes to be won each and every day!  The Smeared Ink Blog Hop roll is over there in my right hand side bar if you'd like to join the fun! 

Smeared Ink is the clawesome sponsor for DominoART 31 Days of Halloween Scarefest's Grand Prize this year!  One of my Wicked Players will win a Smeared Ink digi set of their choice and be crowned DominoART's Queen of Halloween!  You will get to vote for your favourite projects starting on Oct 30th.  The winner will be announced here on DominoART on Monday Nov 2nd so you'll have a few days to get your votes in!

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Today is Smeared Ink Friday and the featured project is by me, Leigh S-B!
This time I've got an altered domino coaster for you featuring Smeared Ink's "The Fool" from their Morbidly Tarot rubber stamp set, previously available as a SI Rubber Stamp Club exclusive. 


Supplies used
Smeared Ink - The Fool - Morbidly Tarot rubber stamp
8 standard size white dominoes
Ranger Alcohol Pens
StazOn Jet Black ink
Judikins Diamond Glaze
Black Sharpie marker
Q-Tip
Cork Coaster - Michaels
E6000 adhesive


The dominoes were stamped with StazOn ink and coloured with Alcohol pens.  The dominoes are adhered together with Judikins Diamond Glaze and then adhered to the cork coaster with E6000 adhesive.  The sides of the dominoes are coloured with black Sharpie.  The entire coaster is sealed with Judikins Diamond Glaze for a glass-like finish (done after the photos were taken to avoid the glare in my pix).

Smeared Ink is holding a very special sale to help you get your hands on more images! Purchase any four single digi images and get 1 FREE! ...Valid in our shop at http://www.smearedink.com
Thank you for the wonderful comments you left for Val S yesterday and for hopping with us again today!

Have a faBOOlous weekend and see you again tomorrow for Day 24!

Domino Hugs!
THE SHARPIE DOMINO QUEEN

26 comments:

  1. First up Bella is to die for! Second, your domino art is outstanding! Gorgeous colours and a real pretty image :)

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    1. Thank you Sarah and Bella is very pleased she was mentioned ;0)

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  2. The cutest combination of huggable and creepy.

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  3. This is another one of those amazing standout pieces of yours! Looks fabulous should be in a boutique :) Hugs xx

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  4. Gorgeous coaster! I so love that image and your coloring ROCKS! Hope you wore your face mask while using the E6000. xxD

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    1. Thank you Donna :0) No, I need a new one...but I used it outside, held my breath and then ran for it!

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  5. Love your coaster, wonderful art work as always!

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  6. Awesome - love it Have a great weekend x

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  7. I always so amazed how you can turn the domino in to these wonderful, lustrous work of art full of colors. Brilliant!

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  8. Amazing! I wish I knew how to colour dominoes as well as you!

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    1. Thank you Lady B...one of these days I'll get around to doing my book ;0)

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  9. Great coloring.
    the fool is beautiful.
    thanks for sharing.

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  10. Love this domino coaster Leigh! Super colours!

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  11. Love your project today, Leigh! What a great idea to put dominoes together to make a coaster--I may have to try this one!

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  12. This is so beautiful. I love this stamp and I am so inspired to make her now. Gorgeous. The fool is a wonderful Halloween offering. :)

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  13. Colours stand out so well, love it.

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Thank you so much for stopping by DominoART and leaving your kind comments! I truly appreciate hearing from you and don't hesitate to ask if you've got any questions too ;0)
Domino Hugs!
Leigh S~B
THE SHARPIE DOMINO QUEEN

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