I have stamped on dominos and will share with you how I have done it.
I know that there are very talented stampers on this group and so
therefore, they may have a better way of doing it.
But here is how I did it. Okay mind you the dominos that I have
stamped on have been those white smooth, almost like ceramic,any who, I
have used the brilliance ink, which is a pigment ink, and sponged it
onto the domino, then heat set it. Be careful because the domino gets
really really hot. Okay then I use a palette ink (which is a hybrid,
waterproof ink) and stamp my image on it. Now the reason I use the
Palette ink is because you can use it to stamp on anything from paper,
wood, glass, ceramic, cork paper (which I love) and clothing and stays
fresh. After I let it dry, usually for 24 hours, you see I usually
make a bunch of them set them aside to set and work on something else.
Then I spray them with krylon spray to prevent any chipping or
anything. Then I either attach a magnet, a pin backer or add
embellishments. For instance I use wonder tape and wrap it around and
dip it into glitter, which by the way never ever comes off and
walaaaaaaa a domino something.
Clear as mud? Hopes this helps. Please ask questions if I have totally
North Branch, MN