Introduction: THE EASIEST FAKE-OUT PENNY
I was painting a small box silver
and decided to paint a penny silver.
I faked out my gullible friends lots
of times . I made about 25 but I would
never use it at the candy store . I told my
friends to shut up and listen when I was
telling them about the difference between
a PENNY and a DIME,then ,I did not
know but while I was talking one of them
was holding one of my fake-out pennies
they then yelled"OMG WHAT THE FREAK IS
THIS???"I just started laughing terribly
and I got in trouble hope that the TROUBLE
part does not hit you.
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Step 1: PAINT!!!
You will need 1 penny,
a silver or shiny white
nail polish, and if you
want you could do a top
coat. I used "BON BONS"
for the white shiny polish
and I used "LOVE YOUR NAILS"
for the top coat.And then
I just took a penny from my
Step 2: Let Dry
(I was going to skip straight to
the last step when I thought that
drying was important.)
You have to let the polish dry
for about 5-10 minutes. If you
have some quick-dry polish it will
probably take you about 2-3 min.
If you are not patient and you decide
to pick up the penny,even though
it is not dry, The penny will have finger
prints on it!
Step 3: Last Step-Top Coat
You can use the top coat for a
shiny look. I used it once and
it looked just the same. I just
hoped that I would need it.
Anyways,it is just an additional
step. I do not want to repeat myself
so you know what to do after
you apply: LET DRY!!!!!!