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Nail Polish Marbling

  • February 12, 2015
  • By Sabine
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MarbleMainNail polish marbling is something I’ve always wanted to try. Some people use mugs, plates and vases for dipping in nail polish, I used faux wood blinds. After installing the faux wood blinds board and batten in the kitchen, I still had several pieces left. The white faux wood was the perfect candidate for my nail polish marbling.

I cut the blinds to smaller pieces,Marble3Marble6dipped them in blue nail polish and warm water,Marble8set them out to dry,Marble4and glued them to an old frame.

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The project is fun and easy to do. My advice – work quickly since the nail polish begins to dry quickly and creates a film on the surface of the water. A few drops of nail polish will do.

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By Sabine, February 12, 2015
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