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DIY Christmas Tree Nails using TAPE!

Have a party to go to but need a quick but cute nail design to put on your nails? It's almost Christmas (Exactly ONE month since today is Nov. 25th!) and these amazing Christmas Tree nails will brighten your Holiday Spirit! I love the procedure of these nails because we use tape! Before I keep talking for too long, lemme show you how to do these fantabulous nails. DISCLAIMER: It's perfectly OKAY if you don't celebrate Christmas! I will do more holiday posts in the feature that don't involve religious holidays.

What You'll Need:
-Tape!
-2 Nail Polishes of different HOLIDAY colors (Red, White, Green, Gold, or Silver)
-Scissors

How To Achieve These Christmas-Tree Nails:

1. Paint your nails with your first nail polish. Wait for it to dry, and do a second coat. Wait for that to COMPLETELY DRY! See Picture Step 1.
2. Cut two strips of tape and place them on your nails. See Picture Steps 2 and 3.
3. Cut some tape in sharp edged pieces. If you make them into diamonds, it helps. See picture step 4.
4. Paint your second polish over the taped up nail.
5. Quickly take the tape off the nail. Do it swiftly so it's nice and neat.
6. You're done! See picture step 5.

I hope you enjoyed this DIY post on how to do Christmas Tree Nails using TAPE! This is such an easy DIY that even I could do it... on a dog! Haha.

~DIY With Madi






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