Domino Art Pins


Adirondack Markers- assorted
Black Archival Ink Pad
Rubberstamps – assorted
E-6000 Glue
Pin Back
Heat Tool gun
Optional – rhinestones, beads

*If you like this project, you might also want to try our Domino Necklace.


Take the domino and place it in front of you with the dots side down. You will be working on the blank side.

Using one Adirondack marker color at a time, brush a few strikes of color onto the domino. Using your finger, lightly rub the color onto the domino. Continue to add more colors the same way until the domino is covered. You can also color the sides of the domino.

Ink a rubberstamp with the Archival black ink. You can use a larger stamp and just ink a part of the design since the domino is such a small surface. Place the inked stamp on a flat surface with the inked side up. Take the colored domino and place on the inked stamp to transfer the design. This technique will create a cleaner impression and allows for better design placement.

You can quickly dry the inks with the Heat Tool gun. If you want you can further embellish your domino with beads and rhinestones.

Use the E-6000 glue to adhere the pin back behind the domino.

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