What a coincidence!

Game pieces is the required element for Theme Thursday this week and I have been altering dominos (yes, I know, again……!!) When Ria sent me the new sheets of stamps from Home Impressions, I immediately thought the African symbols would look marvellous on pendants, dominos, trionimos, etc. Here are the ones I am sending to Ria:

altered-doms-ria

As you can see, there are mini-dominos, trionimos and dominos. They have merely been coloured with alcohol inks, stamped with black stazon and glazed. I really like them and have a a few more up my sleeve, but I do want to get the Fimo out and see what they look like as pendants/embellies.

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18 Comments

  1. gorgeous work!!!

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  2. You’re absolutely right. The African symbols lend themselves well to the dominos. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Sandy

     /  February 12, 2009

    OMG Rosie these are brilliant.
    Fantastic pieces.

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  4. Beautifully done. Love them all.

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  5. these dominos are grogeous Rosie, love the colors!

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  6. gorgeous altered dominoes!

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  7. Wow, wonderful game pieces! Great idea!
    LG Anke

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  8. LOVE the colors! These are fantastic!

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  9. LOVE the colors! These are fantastic!

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  10. These are gorgeous! I have some triominos, but they’re the black plastic ones. I need to do something with them!

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  11. Oh, Rosie, these are so wonderful. What grand pendants they make. I love your African stamps and your AI look good as their colors.
    Faye

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  12. GORGEOUS! Every single one of them!! Your colors are fabulous, Rosie!!

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  13. these are really beautiful and I love the colors! Melinda

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  14. I Love to alter game pieces too 🙂 so fun!!

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  15. These are so beautiful!
    Have a great weekend!
    Hanne

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  16. barnie

     /  February 14, 2009

    Great pieces.

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  17. They all look absolutly great!

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  18. Gorgeous designs! Beautiful african stamps!

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