Recycled Domino Pin
This unique recycled pin was made with postage stamps and a domino tile. This is a guide about making a recycled domino pin.
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Use your imagination and leftover scraps from other craft projects to create one-of-a-kind pins for yourself or for inexpensive gifts. This pin was created using a domino, canceled postage stamps, a tiny button, and gold embroidery thread.
Approximate Time: About 1 hour
- canceled postage stamps
- tiny button
- gold embroidery thread
- acrylic sealer (or Mod Podge)
- pin back
- craft glue
- small paint brush
- gold acrylic paint
- Place stamps on domino, overlapping them some, until you are pleased with the placement. Carefully lift each one and glue in place.
- Cut several pieces of gold thread about 1 1/2 inches long, and glue in place around one end of the domino. Glue a tiny button on top of the threads near the corner of the domino.
- Paint outer edges of domino gold.
- Using a small paint brush, apply a coat of acrylic sealer to top of domino and allow to dry. You can apply additional coats, if desired, but allow time to dry between each coat.
- When completely dry, turn domino over and glue on a pin back.
By Rachel's Mom from Wilkesboro, NC
June 23, 20100 found this helpful
Clever use of recycled items.