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DIY Nail Stickers/Decals

Hey DIYers!

Are you in a hurry, but have bare nails? Then this DIY is perfect for you! These DIY Nail Stickers will help you get out the door in a flash, with your nails looking "on fleek". :) Simply made of nail polish, these nail stickers are cheap, and fast. So, let's get started!

You will need:
- A plastic Ziploc bag (doesn't have to be Ziploc brand, but needs to be similar!)
- Any nail polish of your choice!
- A nail file
- A top coat
- Fingernail clippers

Steps:
1. On a Ziploc bag, paint some shapes that you think will fit on your nails. It's okay if they are too long, but you need them to be wide enough for your nails!
2. Let the nail polish dry for 1 day on a flat surface.
3. The next day, carefully peel off the nail polish, and apply it to your nail.
4. Use fingernail clippers and cut of any excess nail polish.
5. File your nail a little bit so it's smooth and even.
6. Apply a top coat!
7. You're done!

Thank you for reading! I love this DIY becau…

DIY Collar for your Shirt

Hey DIYers,

I haven't done a fashion DIY in a while, so that's why today's DIY is a DIY Collar for your Shirt! What's cool about this collar is that if your shirt is plain af, you can put the collar on, and it makes your plain shirt into a collared cute shirt!

Things you'll need:
- A collared flannel or shirt (I recommend getting one from a thrift shop, because it'll be cheap!)
- Decorations for your collar, such as studs, sequins, etc.
- Scissors
- Hot glue (if needed)

Steps:
1. With scissors, cut off the collar of the flannel or collared shirt, with the first button included! (See picture for example)
2. On the collar, glue your decorations on! However, if you use something like buttons to decorate, you will want to sew the buttons to the collar to make it to stay longer though.
3. You're done!
4. To make your shirt have a collar, unbutton the button on the collar, put the collar around your neck, and button it!

I hope you enjoyed this DIY! So simple, so …