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


Netty said...

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

Cathy L. Calamas said...

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

catherine said...

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

craftings said...

Love your Steampunk Domino Doll!!

Char said...

Wonderful doll. Your use of the stamp is great.

Jenn Borjeson said...

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

Sharon said...

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

Alexa said...

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