21 WAYS TO USE NAIL POLISH (NOT ON YOUR NAILS)

 
By 18 September 2016
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21 Clever Uses for Nail Polish

Use nail polish to seal an envelope when the flap just won’t stick.

Color code your keys to make them easier to find on your key ring.

Create some marbled art for your walls using nail polish in water. After the pages dry, put them in frames along with a mat, and you have original artwork for your walls!

You can use a similar technique to create a marbled coffee cup. Great gift idea!

Sensitive ears? Coat earring posts in clear polish to prevent allergic reactions.

Check out the video below for a cool tutorial on using old nail polish to make really awesome cracked stones for jewelry.

Apply some clear polish to the end of thread to make it easier to put it through the eye of the needle.

Make some pretty color blocked bobby pins to rock in your hair.

Do your kids enjoy playing with your makeup? Give them their own pretend makeup instead! It’s super easy to make using empty makeup containers and nail polish.

Repair a rattan chair using permanent markers and clear polish.

If you’re tired of seeing naked Barbies lying around, paint some undies on her.

For your kiddos with severe food allergies (such as gluten or dairy), you can use nail polish to label and color code silverware and dishes.

Find a nail polish shade that’s close to the color of your car to repair minor nicks and scratches in the paint.

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