Place one card face up on the table; this will be the starting point of the game.
Deal 7 cards to each player and place the rest of the cards face down on the table. Players will keep their cards hidden from the other players.
Taking turns, each player will place one card at a time with at least one picture matching any of the ends of the cards on the table.
If a player doesn’t have a matching picture card during his/her turn, that player may grab one card from the pile on the table. If the card grabbed doesn’t have a matching picture, the player will keep the card and the next person plays. Only matching cards can be set on the table.
If a player has a double-picture card, it can be placed in the middle of a matching end, allowing the cards to extend to the sides (see picture).
Continue taking turns until one of the players runs out of cards.
The first person to run out of cards is the winner!
If there are no more matching cards, the winner will be the one who has less cards.
Print all pages on white card stock or on glossy brochure paper (to keep the brightness of the colors).
Optional: Before trimming your dominoes, print the back of your pages with the full page background provided. Test with regular paper beforehand to make sure you are placing your pre-printed pages in your printer on the right side.
Trim each Domino card.
Laminate them and trim them again for durability.
...and you are ready to play!
For storage, place them in a snack zipper bag, organza bag, or in a tin box.