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Reciprocal Black and White Gradient with Fancy Nail Vinyls from The Sparkly Shop

Imma pretend I haven't been a bad blogger who doesn't post much and instead focus on showing you something I'm proud of.  Many of you know I started a shop with a friend of mine a while ago, selling all the glitter and charms that magically accumulated at my home.  The Sparkly Shop is doing super awesome, especially with our monthly subscription boxes.   I want to keep everyone stocked in new and exciting things so I'm now making Fancy Nail Vinyls!  These Art Deco Wifi Symbols work really well in a reciprocal gradient.  Let's take a look, shall we?

So I started off with a gradient of cream to black, over the top of my point acrylics.  Once the gradient was done and the coat of Seche Vite was dry, I lay my stencil over my nail and applied the same gradient in reverse.  This is hardly a groundbreaking technique but I did make these vinyls myself so I think that's an achievement. 






The Verdict:  I love how these came out.  It's something completely different for me and getting out of my comfort zone is good for me.  Hooray for Fancy Vinyls!

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