Color rock dominoes

As many of you head back to school this week, we’re still glamping! There’s still time to fit it into the summer, right? Well, these color rock dominoes would be good for any time of the year. I thought the color idea was a nice alternative to painting little dots onto the domino, and much more bold.
Materials: You will need 6 colors of acrylic paint, brush, 28 flat rocks
Step 1: Leave one of the dominoes blank. This will be the double blank domino. 

Step 2: For the rest of the “blanks,” leave one half of each domino blank and color the other half of that side of the domino with one of each colors. Once you use a domino in a particular suit, you will not use that color again in that suit. For instance, once you make the “blank-mint” domino, you will not use another mint with the “blanks” suit.

Step 3: Repeat this process with the rest of the suits. Avoid replicating any of the dominoes. Take a look at the picture above to see the complete set of domino colors and how to paint them.
And check out our other crafty glamping projects:

photography by Trisha Zemp (in studio) and Sheena Bates (environment)
styling by Brittany Jepsen
assisting crafting by Eleanor Mika, Ashley Isenhour, Kelly Curtis 

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