Friday, April 6, 2012

Spring must have colour and scrapbook stash!

 

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hi Everyone,

By now I’m sure you have seen all the mint and tangerine colours you care to see in Fashion, Home Accessories and even food Coloring.

Today I’m going to show you how you can create your own fashion trend by using your left over stickers from your scrapbook stash.

I have a lot of K&Company rubon stickers, that have small images that are perfect for nails.

 

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  • Polish nail with base coat, let dry
  • Add colour let dry

 

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  • Rub sticker with pad of fingertip gently over the nail
  • Add a layer of clear base to seal the sticker
  • Add crackle to remaining finger tips (optional)

 

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Voila, instant nail art decoration from your stash :)

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6 COMMENTS:

kristie said...

Kewl idea!!

Katya- Ангел ф кедах said...

That is such a good idea!!! Looks very pretty too :))

Dora's Unique Touch said...

so creative and so lovely

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