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Altered Domino Magnets, Ornaments and Pendants

By: Cathie & Steve
Cathie & Steve
Cathie & Steve
Cathie Filian and Steve Piacenza are handcraft designers, Emmy Nominated television hosts, book authors, lifestyle experts and the inventors of Hot Glue Gun Helpers. Their shows can be seen in the United States, Australia, South Africa, The Philippines and on the Armed Forces Network.  They were nominated for two Daytime Emmys. Cathie and Steve has also appeared on numerous network shows and specials for NBC, ABC, Discovery Channel, HGTV, DIY and Food Network.  Programs such as Rachael Ray, IVillage Live, View From the Bay and the Florence Henderson Show have featured their creative ideas.
Transform dominos into one-of-a-kind magnets, pendants or ornaments.
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Skill Level: Beginner


Mod Podge ® Mod Melts - Clear Sea Glass
Item #24886
Use Mod Melts to create custom embellishments for crafting projects that can be decorated with craft paint. Each package contains sixteen 10" long mini melts.


Mod Podge ® Mod Melter
Item #24888
The Mod Melter is a unique new shaped tool to use specifically with Mod Molds and Mod Melts. Hold the tool above the molds and fill them with ease! You can also use the Mod Melter as an all-purpose glue gun to make everything from molded embellishments to home décor, paper crafts, and more!


Mod Podge ® Dimensional Magic, 2 oz.
Item #CS11215
Create faux mosaic, quilt and other textures with added dimension. Dries clear and allows the full color of the surface below to show through. Works with Mod Podge, acrylic paint, dyes, pigments and more. Stay put formula won’t sag or run. Perfect for jewelry, paper crafting and accenting home décor items.


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Mod Podge ® Satin, 8 oz.
Item #CS11272
Mod Podge ® Satin is a quick-drying all-in-one glue sealer and finish for decoupaging on any surface. Dries to a clear satin finish with a subtle sheen. Perfect for home decor projects. Cleans up easily while wet with soap and water. Certified AP non-toxic; waterbase.


Other Supplies
Holiday scrapbook paper
Sewing pin
Pendant bail
Heavy-duty glue
Small magnets


  1. Trim the papers to fit the top of the domino. You will want a large background piece and smaller pieces for layering. Use detail scissors to cut smaller details or designs.
  2. Apply a thin coat of Mod Podge to the domino and to the back of the background paper. Position the paper on the domino. Smooth with your fingers to remove any air-bubbles. Next, add the smaller pieces. Top-coat with a layer of Mod Podge.
  3. Using Mod Podge, glue gems to the domino. Allow to dry for 4 hours.
  4. Once dry, apply the Dimensional Magic. Begin on the outer edge and fill-in the center. If you get an air bubble you can pop it with a sewing pin. Allow to dry overnight in a non-drafty space. Don't move until dry.
  5. For magnets, glue a magnet to the back with heavy-duty glue.
  6. For a pendant, glue a bail to the back and string or add to a necklace.
  7. For an ornament, Use the Mod Melter to attach a ribbon around the domino.
  • PROJECT TIP: Color copies are your best friend when altering dominos. Shrink papers and images on a color copier to create small design elements.
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