This tiny violin makes a lot of noise with how cool it is on a spring colored background. This is perfect for the music lover, orchestra member, musician, or someone who is always telling you their miner problems as if they were devastating one. Okay, that last one might have been a stretch, but world's tiniest violin came to mind. Get it?
Necklaces are on a 26-inch piece of stainless steel ball chain.
Bones are colored with alcohol ink, stamped and or adorned with die cut heavy card stock and then repeatedly coated in a protective varnish. The back is plain old domino. Because dominos come in different sizes, these do to. The larger are 2 x 1 and the smaller are 1.75 x nearly one.
These are durable, but keep in mind that they are jewelry so are not mean to spend a great deal of time in harsh elements or in water. Backgrounds are inked using a felt pad. Sometimes little hairs are left behind on the domino under the varnish coat.