Monday, April 18, 2011

Domino Mini Book Part 3

This is the second Domino Mini Book I created and photographed the making of for my tutorial which you can see in PART 1, as well as photos and tips of the other book in PART 2.  Enjoy ma cheries.

Peachy alcohol inks with a paper Marie, a tatted flower and a rhinestone. For this book, I alcohol inked the edges of the domino also.

Lace and gold trim glued on with 3 in 1. 

The ten interior pages. 


For this cake set of 3 pages I cut the middle section exactly to match an interior BASE with no side borders. This makes the cake (or image) really look like all one piece when you open the book.



After alcohol inking the back I stamped with StazOn and attached rhinestones with Glossy Accents.

Well, there they are in all their itty bitty glory.  I hope you enjoyed seeing these come together, I would love to hear what you think or even see photos of yours if you try them.

Ciao Bellas!


10 comments:

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

Oh my goodness....this is too adorable. I just love it! Oh, I adore little things like that. You did a fabulous job!!

Terri said...

Holly, I am so excited to see your post sharing your gorgeous domino book and your easy tutorial! Yea!
I will link you up to my post!
Hugs,
Terri

Dawn said...

I love this TUT and it's very well explained thank you for taking the time and thanks to Terri for showing me where you were

Love Dawn xx

Dawn said...

Hi me again. I have made two books I hope you will come and see what your tut has done to me. I also wondered, as this wasn't my idea I wondered if you would mind if I sold the ones I have made or may make. I ask like I said as it's not my idea I wouldn't want to upset any one ;0) so please come on over and have a looksey ( I would of e-mailed you but I couldn't see a link ((hugs))

Love Dawn xx

Cheryl said...

oh wow this is just stunning,the detail on each,piece is just brilliant and just love the color tones,and images you have used,i must have a go at one of these bless you for the tutorial hugs cheryl xxxx

Diane said...

Holly, You have an absolutely beautiful blog! I found you through Terri at Artful Affirmations and I will be back and just signed on as a follower. I'm also very,very happy to put your blog in my list of favorites!
I'm sorta partial to the name "Holly". It's my daughter's name too. :-)
XO Diane

Primitive Seasons said...

I'm visitng by way of Diane Knott's blog and I have a wonderful set of vintage dominoes. Now I know what to do with some of them! So cool and so beautiful. THanks so much for sharing your projects and techniques.

Mary
www.primitiveseasons.blogspot.com

Jenny and Jimbob said...

these are abso-freakin-lutely gorgeous!

FredaB said...

Thank you for going to all the trouble to write a tutorial for us on the sweet little book. They are outstanding.

I just happened to find some dominos at a sale recently. Hoping I can try this sometime.

Hugs

FredaB

BLISS angels said...

A wonderful tutorial and yes I can see how these cute books could become very addictvie.. Mmm I have some dominos in my studio.. Hugs wendy