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Mangled Matzoh Manicure

matzoh manicure

If you don’t already have a problem with chronic nail biting, you’re probably an excellent candidate for making your fingernails look like food. But why dress your fingertips up like sweet candy or other tasty treats, when you could paint them to resemble tiny crackers? Better yet, this matzoh manicure tutorial by 10 Blank Canvases can be done in just nine easy steps, and it’s totally kosher for Passover.

Reader Anna, of Random Handprints, made several attempts at seder-ready nails with her daughters. Hmm, I wonder if any of them were craft fails…

matzoh manicure fail

I’m gonna go with “yes” on that.

matzoh manicure nailed it

For more funny, join Robyn at Hollow Tree Ventures, where her wit is as dry as a matzoh cracker, and she only paints her kids’ nails to hide the dirt.

6 Responses to Mangled Matzoh Manicure

  1. Anna says:

    (Finger) nailed it. LOVE that. Thanks for sharing my matzoh manicure with the world!

  2. Lori Wescott says:

    Hysterical. If one of my friends came over with nails like that I’d immediately start digging through our bucket of partially taken antibiotics. There’s nothing four Augmentin, eight Keflex and five Minocycline can’t cure, including diagnosis: Craft Fail.

  3. robyn says:

    Ha! So relieved I’m not the only one with a bunch of half-finished (possibly expired) antibiotics. Never thought to use them to treat a craft fail before, but it couldn’t hurt… (famous last words)

  4. Too funny! But I won’t even attempt this diy juuust in case I do succeed since I may just forget it’s polish and simply BITE my nail/finger (ouch!). I need a safer (for me) diy haha ;)

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