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Learn how to do fab nail art with Scotch tape on the @birchbox blog!

This is so cute! You can actually do this really easily with painter's tape. Paint your nails gold, let them dry, then put painter's tape where you want the gold to show through, then paint your nails sorbet, and take the tape off! So simple and so pretty!

Dot on Dots Nail Art.......... Love this color combo!

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Omg...Freaking Genius! A neat way to stenil on a simple design onto nails. You can get the craft punch at a craft store! Punch out the shape into a low adhesive piece of tape. Next lay tape with shape cut out over desired nail...brush over shape in color polish you wish. Let dry and gently lift tape!

Pretty as a Peacock Nails Tutorial. I love these. Tried to explain this look to an OWNER of a nail salon and he had no idea what i was talkin bout. Walked out with a crappy mani, went to school. Now i do my own. Thanks guy. Ya did me some good by bein horrible at your job'!!

Use Scotch tape and scissors with designs for nails. Easy! Can be used for French tips to

Sunburst Nails Number 2 of "12 Amazing DIY nail art designs using scotch tape

PREP: Pour a little puddle of polish on a piece of paper or tin foil. Let the puddle sit for one minute to thicken up just a little. Using your toothpick dipped in polish, make a dot on nail. Make a second dot next to that. Using your toothpick tip, drag one of the dots down at a 45 degree angle. Drag the other dot down at a 45 degree angle to meet the other side