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Posted on November 21, 2014
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This look was achieved with a stamp but can easily be free handed.

Step-by-Step Nail Art Tutorial

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Start with a creme base.  I used Julep Millie.  Although I used a blue theme, red and/or pink would be a more typical Valentine color scheme.

Start with a creme base. I used Julep Millie. Although I used a blue theme, red and/or pink would be a more typical Valentine color scheme.  

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Apply a shimmer or metallic using the saran wrap method.

Apply a shimmer or metallic using the saran wrap method.  

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Stamp with LLC-B with a copper and enlarge the hearts.  I used Revlon Copper Penny.  Alternately, randomly add hearts and vines freehand.

Stamp with LLC-B with a copper and enlarge the hearts. I used Revlon Copper Penny. Alternately, randomly add hearts and vines freehand.  

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Fill the hearts with a teal polish, making sure that you leave a border of copper.  I used Butter London Two Fingered Salute, a copper flecked teal, perfect for this look.  It is important to top coat at this point as the final detail will be textured.

Fill the hearts with a teal polish, making sure that you leave a border of copper. I used Butter London Two Fingered Salute, a copper flecked teal, perfect for this look. It is important to top coat at this point as the final detail will be textured.  

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Finally fill the hearts with a blue textured polish.  I used Finger Paints Sparkle in the Sky, but OPI Alcatraz Rocks out fit the bill too.

Finally fill the hearts with a blue textured polish. I used Finger Paints Sparkle in the Sky, but OPI Alcatraz Rocks out fit the bill too.  

 
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