Sunday, April 28, 2013

Steampunk Domino Queen Assemblage

This assemblage doll was made with various supplies. The doll's body was created with a large wooden spool, a stacking tower game piece, an antique wooden domino and a red poker game token. The assemblage is embellished with four metal washers, three black and three red rhinestones, a metal crown, red eyelash yarn and striped design paper. The dolls body is a rubber stamp from A Stamp in the Hand called "ink bottle girl".

DominoArt is sponsoring a "top mascot" search. I made this steampunk domino game doll assemblage with this contest in mind. It was so much fun to dig out my supplies and start stacking and arranging!

I hope you will be inspired to join the fun. See the site for rules and then get crafting.

I am also entering this piece in the following challenges:

DominoArt - mascot search
Try it on Tuesday (5) - steampunk
Desert Island Crafters - no flowers, black & red, no markers,
                                     bling, dimensional, stripes & dots
Sweet Stamps - #114 use 3 of one item
Allsorts - #204 anything but a card


  1. I love your Domino Queen Wendy, its fab, hugs Annette x

  2. Wow, very cool assemblage!! Lots of neat elements. Thanks for playing with us over at TIOT!

  3. This is great and thanks for joining us over at Allsorts this week
    x catherine

  4. Love your Steampunk Domino Doll!!

  5. Wonderful doll. Your use of the stamp is great.

  6. Totally funky and awesome. Thanks for joining us at DICC. :)

  7. This is very cool & creative! Thanks for joining us at DICC!

  8. Really cool steampunk creation! Thank you for sharing it with us at TioT!