You don't have to go to the nail salon to make flower nail art. Nail art is one of those “get fancy” extras when you're getting dressed up. But nail art doesn't have to expensive nor complicated. This easy Cricut project can be created over and over for a variety of looks. Today I'm showing you how to make easy flower nail art in just a few steps. Get out your Cricut machine and let's get creating!
DIY Easy Flower Nail Art
When you are looking to add a little bling to your nail art, holographic vinyl with a flower design is a perfect way to go. You can add this pretty nail accent in just a few steps. This is a great look to just dress up a single nail color or get all dolled up for wedding day. The uses are endless!
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- Cricut machine and Cricut Design Space
- Flower design by Jen Goode (I've set up a canvas ready for you)
- Cricut premium holographic vinyl
- Nail art gems (optional)
- Prep your nails with whatever nail color and top coat that you'd like. Make sure all polish is dry.
- Follow on-screen instructions to cut out small flower designs using your Cricut and vinyl.
- Carefully peel off vinyl flower and place on your nail.
- Complete the look by applying a small nail art gem. If you'd like cut a small circle from another color of vinyl (glitter would be fun) and use that to finish the design instead of a gem.
- Add as many flowers to your nail art as you'd like. I love to add just a ring finger design, but if you like a 5 finger nail art kinda glamour, go for it!
More fun flower projects
This week I'll be sharing flower themed Cricut projects all week. Join me for Cricut Summer of Flowers see all the great project ideas being shared by some of my favorite Cricut crafting friends! You can make all kinds of great flower themed projects with your Cricut. Take a look at these ideas.