Monday, October 24, 2011

The 31 Days of Halloween - Day 24

Today I have an altered domino to share. It was inspired by the 365Spiders blog, if you haven't stumbled across this blog I highly recommend it, there is some awesome work there!

and I even have some instructions for you today.

Stamp Credit: Spider Web - Smeared Ink
KrystalKraft Black ink pad
Ranger Eggplant Alcohol Ink
Dore Gold Leafing
Rusto-leum Crystal Clear Spray Enamel
Jewelry Bale
Amazing Goop Adhesive
Chain-like Material

Lightly sand the domino and clean.
Stamp the web and briefly dry with heat gun.
Lightly dab the purple alcohol ink over the web.
Edge the domino with double sided tape and apply gold leafing.
Seal the domino with the clear enamel and allow to dry.
Create a beaded spider with directions from
Attach the jewelry bale and spider to the domino with the adhesive.
Hang from a fancy fiber, ribbon, or other preferred chain material to wear.



Sara a.k.a. Eternal Princess Ryan said...

Wow... Jennifer... This turned out awesome!!! I love the skellie hand that is showing off your masterpiece!!!!

Sugar said...

eee! that is awesome!

monique said...

wow awesome, so is the skellie hand, love it

Jane said...

Lov this the spider is awesome must try to make one
Luv Jane xxx

Sharon Sahl said...

Love this domino. I don't wear much jewelry but would definately sport this awesome piece!!

DonnaMundinger said...

OHHH!!! this is just breathtaking! WOW, WOW,WOW!!!! xxD

Kristina said...

You have done an amazing job on your domino! Love the spiderweb and the beads! Way cool to "stage" your piece w/ the skeleton hand!

Steph said...

This is so wickedly awesome! Love this project! I'll bet you'll get lots of compliments when you wear this.

ike said...

OMG - this is totally awesome. I love that spider. AMAZING xxxx

Susan said...

VERY, VERY COOL!!!! (and that is saying something as I do not like spiders. :)
You've been PINNED!

Alex said...

This is beautiful and I love that you used the blues for the spider!!!

I Don't Do Straignt said...

OH WOW! this is beautiful. FAB job Jennifer :)