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May 10, 2010


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Oooh... this is a fab project! I love the dominos. Just wondering if there is an alternative to the drilling stage ...another way to hang the finished domino?


Gorgeous, and it would be such a conversation opener. I'm fascinated by the 'tray' you have the beads lined up in, what a great thing that is!
Lovely to 'see' you.


This is a beautiful project and the instructions are clear and well written.

I wonder how many of us will be inspired to have a go for ourselves.

Perhaps there will be room in here for others to post pictures


Mandy, you could wire wrap the domino and make a hanging loop at the top or you could also attach a bail to the back with strong adhesive. There are findings you can get now that are both a brooch fitting and hanging bail combined, so if you attached one of those, you'd have an option of wearing it two ways.


Fantastic work as usual. I've yet to pluck up courage to drill a hole in a dom, but am inspired to have a go. Lovely work Lorraine, and congrats on being the guest designer.


Such a lovely piece of work - I am intrigued by the tray too :)


This is fabulous work and I shall be having a go at the domino (not sure I will make it into a necklace but its great just as an altered domino). Your blog is lovely too, you do make some fabulous stuff

Debbie Roberts

Beautiful necklace thanks for showing me how to make one



Lynne V


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