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How to: nail polish jewelry

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OPI – Show it and Glow it! and OPI – Teenage Dream

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  1. Can you tell us where you got your supplies? Thanks for the tips. Thank you.

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    • I got mine from a store on Etsy called happysupplies. The items were good, but it took a long time for it to come, so I might look for someone else next time. But she has a lot of different cabochons and stuff, so it’s very easy to get different items from her.

      Good luck!

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  2. These rings are gorgeous!

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  3. Thanks to you I’ve started to make some :)
    I prefer to paint only on the cabochon, coat after coat, but both results are good, I think I’m just less patient than you :D
    Oh, and thanks for mentionning Happy Supplies, I bought my findings from them and I’m so happy of them ! ^^

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  4. Thank you so much! I’ll sure make a lot of rings =)

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  5. Thank you Sophie for sharing! :) I’m a huge fan of nail polish & I’m glad to have found your post! Already bought the supplies from ebay & will translate my OPI collection all into jewellery! SO EXCITED! Hehe.

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  6. No problem at all. I’m happy for you! :)

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  7. Thank you!!! This is so very cool…my daughter and I love making jewelry and were wondering what to do with my “old collection” of nail polish–now we know! And the video was great, thanks for the link!!

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  8. What are the cabochons made of? Are they resin? Acrylic? Thanks for the tut, I’m totally going to try this.

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  9. Thank you SO much for sharing!
    I will go make rings now! :)

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  10. Very cool rings! Thanks for the post.

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