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  • Casey Meginnes

    DIY Nail Design *Rubbing alcohol and scrapbook paper transfers the designs onto your nails.

  • Angie Maguire

    Rubbing alcohol and scrapbook paper nail art. This may make me want to paint my nails more!

  • Paige Green

    Rubbing alcohol and scrapbook paper, it transfers the designs onto your nailss!

  • Crystal Wade

    Rubbing alcohol and scrapbook paper for awesome nail art

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Rubbing alcohol and scrapbook paper, it transfers the designs onto your nails!

Scrapbook paper nails. Paint nails, soak nail in rubbing alcohol, place scrapbook paper on nail. Then dip finger into rubbing alcohol with paper and press hard. Peel off paper, rub excess paper then paint with clear coat

These nails aren't painted you make them using scrapbook paper

Nail art the easy way - transfer scrapbook paper designs onto nails with rubbing alcohol. #nailart

Supplies Needed: - Scrapbook paper - Tape - Ribbon Find a stencil of your favorite animal online and print it out. Trace the shape onto a variety of scrapbook paper. Cut out. Attach the animal to colorful ribbon using hot glue. Hang the ribbon up on your wall with putty or tape! It's an instant decoration!

Might be awesome to try this with scrapbook paper for gifts!

So cool! Put a drop of black nail polish in water and spray with rubbing alcohol for the turquoise stone effect.

Learn to decorate your nails with paper! Newspaper, scrapbook paper, magazine..anything with this simple tutorial

Nail Pop's Turquoise Nail Photo Tutorial. No written steps, but you can get the idea from the picture. The small spray bottle has rubbing alcohol in it. I suggest using tape to cover areas of the fingertip that you dont want polish on.