Fun to place on important papers, tables...
My dad freaked out when he saw this! I made this one day to pass the time. I looked at the other one posted, but I had used a different method. Here is the new how to. Sorry, but I didn't take pictures but I'll do the best I can to explain the steps. (Time does not include dry time.)
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Take a square of wax paper and set it down on a flat surface. Find four paper weights (or heavy things) and place them on the four corners of the wax paper sheet.
Now, unscrew your nail polish bottle and pour it into the center of your wax paper. Use the brush to spread the polish into the desired "spill zone" shape.
Now it's time for the hard part. Waiting! Let this dry for about two days (it will go faster if you leave it infront of a fan). It won't take a whole two days, but better safe than sorry. Don't test it with your fingers! I nearly messed the whole thing up by being impatient. If you're dying to know if it's ready, tough. Read a book to get your mind off your craft.
Twilight Lover had an awesome idea of leaving it in the freezer to dry faster! Awesome! No more staring at it for hours on end!! Thanks!
Now that it's all dry, cut of the excess wax paper.
Now cut out that shape. The notebook cover is great because it is thin, but adds some strudiness to your spill.