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Festival Of The Dead Doming Stickers | Ruth Sim | Silhouette UK Blog

Mexican Festival Of The Dead | Silhouette Doming Starter Kit

Definitely the first time I have made anything ‘Day of the Dead’ related but I think I have captured the theme with plenty of skulls including some unique domed stickers I created with the Silhouette Cameo.

Playing With The Doming Kit

My number one tip is to read all the instructions first!

Then have a play with all the tools so you know how to add and remove the ‘tips’ on the ‘syringe’ before you start.

Print and cut your images removing excess background paper and you are ready to go…

Squeeze Away

I wasn’t able to take any photographs as I was creating the doming as I found it a bit too fiddly and a bit messy.

Tip two, keep the stickers on a flat surface so the mixture doesn’t run off the image. Leave to dry overnight.

Using The Stickers

Once the epoxy resin is dry simply peel off the stickers and apply to your project.

I used 2 in the eye sockets of the main skull cut file and one next to both of the photographs.

Doming Is Brilliant!

For me the advantage of making domed embellishments is adding texture to scrapbooking pages whilst keeping the designs themed and unique to an individual project.

I definitely made a few mistakes on my first attempt using the kit (I should have read the instructions better!) but I know what I am doing for next time.

– Ruth Sim –

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Silhouette Products Used

Silhouette Designs Used

• Design Used: Dia De Los Muertos Banners
Design Store Artist: Sandi Idleman
Design Store ID: 277034 > Download

• Design Used: Sugar Skull Card
Design Store Artist: Sweet Afton
Design Store ID: 154432 > Download

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