My scrapping budget is tiny....so paying almost R100 for a few enamel dots just doesn't sit right with me :) I thought, best I get off my lazy, scrapbooking butt & put some of my years of scrapping experience to good use & try & make my own DIY emanel dots.
To get my head in the game, I hit Pinterest, which had loads of different ideas...from melting Perler beads (which I can't get here in SA without a huge amount of effort), painted googlie eyes, hot glue, blobs of texture paint etc etc.
This is the result that worked best for me.
- Glossy Accents from +Ranger Ink
- Wax paper
- Cheap nail varnish
Use the squeeze, lift & pull technique to get puffy glue dots.
The result: Piles of pretty 'almost free of charge' enamel dots.
You've gotta love the fact thatbecause they cost virtually nothing, you don't have to ration yourself to a few per page!
Go wild...& add dots to everything I say. (Erm... yes....I have that problem right now. Every project coming off my craft table is covered in dots :)