DIY Wood Dominoes

DIY Wood Dominoes

Hello friends! We have a quick, easy and super rad DIY for ya ‘alls. We filled an old metal basket with some ginormous DIY dominoes. {that is a super strange word to type..ginormous. } This is easy. Like really easy peasy. And the total spent was…. $0. yeah, that’s a zero. I just used scrap fence wood I had in the backyard. And leftover stuff from other projects. Here is the list of supplies you will need:Supplies for dominoes

I found a couple of 1×6 boards but you can just pick up a couple at your local hardware shop. I cut the boards to 14 inches. If you don’t have a way to do that yourself¬† the nice people at Home Depot will cut them for you. I then stained each board with a dark walnut. I think the contrast with the white paint looks great.Step 1- DIY dominoes

I then measured the middle of the board and used the ruler as a stencil for the middle line. I know, technical. Then I just used the milk cap to do various number patterns. Just trace and then fill in with your white paint. After the paint dried I hit it with a sander to soften up the paint and distress the edges just a bit. Beautiful!!Step 2- DIY Dominoes

And Tada! You have created some super ginormous rad dominoes. Hope everyone enjoys their Valentines! Happy love day to you!!

xoxo, Dev and Shawna

Salty Bison
Salty Bison is the brain child of Devenie Boyer and Shawna Andreasen. Its humble beginnings consisted of a tiny garage and a messy kitchen table. With 10 kids between the two of them their "work from home" experience has left a trail of mismatched shoes, watermelon rinds and power tools. When their husbands are in charge of the littles you can often spot them prowling through scrap yards and thrift stores. Their upcycled custom work has appeared in restaurants, businesses and homes across the country. And how do they accomplish this you ask...with a steady diet of mint brownies and bruschetta. Their items are sold in their etsy shop and at major handcrafted events throughout the western states.
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