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Vinyl Manicure

There are a lot of things you can do with vinyl. I have been wanting to put a vinyl decal on my fingernails. My sister needed to test out a new nail polish product and since my nails were looking good, this was the perfect time to try an addition of vinyl. I went with an abstract leaf pattern which I really liked. The color of the Chrome vinyl went so well with the holographic nail polish. 

This post is a part of the Design Team at Tape Technologies. For the month of March, we were challenged to work with their Colored Chrome Vinyl. Tape Technology Vinyl is available at a variety of suppliers and is sold at Amazon under the brand name StyleTech. 


Special thanks to Cricut and Tape Technologies for providing items to make this project possible. 
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cutting vinyl
Cutting the beautifully reflective Chrome Vinyl.

pattern in process
My computer screen showing the pattern that is being cut.

nail polish
Holographic manicure without vinyl.

vinyl on nails
The vinyl is applied and ready for a coat of clear nail polish to seal it.
While some of the edges were sticking up, the vinyl was remarkably sticky and didn't need the clear coat except for the edges.



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