They are VERY easy to make. They are the backs of plain dominos. I then use rubber stamps (a couple of these are from Tim Holtz) and stamped the images in Stayz On permanent ink brown. Then I rubbed the sides in the same brown color ink to finish them. I haven't decided if they will become magnets or if I should frame it as a set.
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Good Tutorial...All of your pendants should now have a nice glass-like dome on the top…so lovely. Now we get to wait. Again. Cover your pendants with something so it minimizes dust particles, or in my case dog hair, from getting on your resin and ruining all your hard work. This time let them dry for 24 hours. This will make sure your resin dries nice and hard without any tackiness.