Whoops! I guess I didn't scheduled this post, so it's going up a little late.
Remember this post? Well here's an easy little tweak. This would be a great way to salvage a try that didn't work out so well. That might or might not be how this little version came about ;).
I don't remember the exact steps/order I did this particular one in, but all you need to do is follow the steps in the previous clay charm post and then add a coat or more of nail polish on top! I think I used two coats of some green NYC polish. You should be able to omit the glaze.
I've heard you aren't actually supposed to use nail polish on this type of clay, but so far I've had no trouble with it.
How have you salvaged projects that didn't turn out quite like you wanted?
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