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This instructable will teach you to put cute cupcakes on your fingernails for a bake sale, your birthday, or just because cupcakes rock.
Always apply a clear base coat when painting your nails.
Once your clear coat is dry, you should do a base color. I suppose you do not have to, but I prefer to. Ordinarily, I would do a white base coat, howe...
Once your base color is dry it is time to make the base of your cupcake. The first time I did these nails I used only the nail brush that comes with ...
You do not need to let the cupcake base dry before adding the frosting, but you can if you want. The first time I did these nails I used pale pink. Th...
Of course your cupcake needs a cherry on top! You can CAREFULLY use the regular nail brush or, if you have a dotting tool, use that instead!
Make sure all the polish is super duper dry!!!!! Use either black polish with a thin tip, or a nail art pen to outline your project. I got my nail pen...
Once your black ink is SUPER dry, you can add the clear coat. Do NOT add it before the polish is COMPLETELY dry, or the black will run!!!! Now show o...
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