I wanted to try making my own enamel dots; here is how I did it.
1. I dropped little puddles of Glossy Accents on waxed paper. Glossy Accents is a dimensional adhesive, so I hoped that it would keep a domed appearance. It did! I noticed on the bigger drops that a few of them had a little tiny dimple in the center. So, I only ended up using the medium and small dots. Try different sizes for yourself! (Let dry overnight).
2. Paint the dots with nail polish. I personally do not wear nail polish, so I was flying blind here. I picked up three colors from the dollar store. Ha, ha. I am guessing that more expensive polish would work even better. The cheap stuff certainly worked, it puddled well on the dots and dried pretty quickly. I liked the bright colors. Fun to do! (And yes, I dropped too much polish on some, but found that I could trim them a bit when they were dry.)
3. Adhere them to your card! I used a tiny dot of white glue to attach them. Worked perfectly. They are shiny and cute. The best part? You can make like a million of them for just a few bucks. Would be perfect for when you need multiples of a certain color.
Give it a try, I think you will have fun. Just be patient and they will turn out!