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Pretty Pink Fish - Pink?


About this design:

This necklace is made with a color graphic on a domino layered with UV resin, Raspberry/Pale green combo alcohol inks. The side and back have a protective coating of Diamond Glaze. I had a trinket type dangle and a raspberry colored ball chain. It's all about color!

Components:

domino, color graphic, UV resin, diamond glaze, Dangle with beads, raspberry ball chain.



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  1. NY Bella
    NY Bella says:

    This is adorable!

  2. Little Round Chick
    Little Round Chick says:

    The first thing that came to mind when I saw this pendant was a childhood poem. “Fishy, fishy in the brook…..” Very interesting and unique design. :)

  3. Eeka Mouse
    Eeka Mouse says:

    Too cool!

  4. nancykathryn
    nancykathryn says:

    WOnderful colours, love that fishie.

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    Barbara S 2 says:

    pink fishie–please, please share step-by-step how you did this absolutely charming pendant. How did you attach the metal pieces to the domino? I want to know more

  6. MoonBell
    MoonBell says:

    Fun!

  7. RosaLee J
    RosaLee J says:

    To Barbara S 2 – The domino is alcohol inked in a complimentary color to the graphic which I purchased online. I cut to fit the domino and apply ModPodge to the front blank side and immed. place the graphic down and center it. When dry completely I use Gel Du Soleil UV resin and layer on top of the graphic and place under a UV light or sunlight. Either will cure the resin. I Diamond Glaze a thin layer over the side and back to protect the alcohol ink. I then attach a glue on bail at the top and one at the bottom to hang the dangle from. Easy but very time consuming. Hope this answers your questions.

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    shellma says:

    Your domino pendants are just beautiful! Where do you find your graphics? I’ve done some Internet searches, but haven’t found anything like them.Is there a website you use?

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