Domino Book

The covers are the dominoes

Alcohol inks from Ranger were used to create the background.

The stamped image is from Hearts In Touch, Art Deco domino sheet.The stamps on this sheet are made specifically to fit 1″x2″ dominoes.

Put the finished dominoes aside.

To make the inside,cut a piece of light weight card stock 2″ high and 9″ long

Using a  dry embossing tool (wooden handle and ball tip ) to score nine -1″ panels to hold the images.

Accordian fold the scored lines beginning with a valley fold.

Using stamps of choice,stamp each of the 9 panels.Embellish each as desired.

Adhere the back of the first panel to the back of your stamped domino.This is your front cover.

Adhere the back  of your last image to the dotted side of the back cover domino.

I used Glossy Accents as the adhesive.

Fold closed and tie as a gift. The tie should slip off easily.


The more carefully you measure and score,the more success you will have

Go to Hearts In Touch in my right side bar to see these and many more beautiful stamps. Make sure to check out the Christmas and Thanksgiving sheets.


  1. 1

    oh Dee I love your Domino book, excellent idea.

  2. 2

    This is an awesome idea, absolutely love it! Thanks for becoming a follower on my blog. Keep me posted on all of your projects, look forward to seeing more.

  3. 3

    how clever! looks great!

  4. 4
    Annette Says:

    I love domino books and yours is really smashing. x

  5. 5
    Jingle Says:

    WOW! This is totally and completely awesome! I really love it!!!

  6. 6
    Tami Says:

    Fantastic domino book! Talent, talent, talent!!!!

  7. 7

    I love it Dee. Great job. I wish I was getting it. lol

  8. 8
    Jack Says:

    What a gorgeous little book, love those images. xx

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