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Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Domino Art Pendant Tutorial: The moment has finally arrived!

In a previous post I announced that I had won a contest on Modahaus.com.  In exchange for a 
Modahaus Steady Stand (a portable, tabletop photography "studio", shown in the pictures above), I would make a pictorial, or video tutorial using the Modahaus products....Well I'm excited to present to you, my newest video tutorial, "How to Make a Domino Art Pendant"! All the still shots and the close up video clips were made using the Modahaus Steady Stands.

This video tutorial takes you step by step into the process of making your own domino pendant, using your own artwork and a 2 part resin for the perfect topcoat finish.  Don't let the word "resin" scare you away!  It's so much easier than it sounds! Hope you enjoy, and as always, suggestions, questions, comments are alway welcomed and much appreciated!

12 comments:

  1. Very excellent ViD. I've shared you on my facebook as I have arty friends. Hope that's OK? Joan

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    1. Hi Joan, of course it's okay to share! That's what Art Play Today is all about! I'm so glad for your positive feedback! Thank you so much for commenting, and for sharing on facebook! I'm really excited about finally getting this tutorial finished and posted!

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  2. These pendants are AWESOME! Can't wait to check out the video - I may be able to use the same technique for earrings I have in mind using Formica samples :o)

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    1. Thank you so much! You'll have to let me know how the earrings go! I'm really glad you like the pendants and i hope you enjoy the video!

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  3. Thanks so much for this tutorial. Those pendants are awesome! And, I think you may have cured me of my fear of resin.

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    1. You are very welcome! I would love to hear about your experience if you decide to make some! Thanks for your visit to my blog!

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  4. I love domino art and haven't made any in quite a while.
    Rinda

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    1. Rinds, they are fun aren't they!

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    2. Sorry about that, I meant to type Rinda!

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  5. Great video Kristen! Your pendants look lovely. I'll have to go and find the supplies here. Just one question: do you use laser prints of your artwork or inkjet prints?
    Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Hi, love your tutorial, haven't made domino's in a while and never with resin. Could you use a heatgun instead of a blowtorch for removing the bubbles? Almost all stampers have heatguns, would be neat if that worked. Love Vera

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XO
Kristen