DIY Frozen Olaf Nail Sticker Downloadables

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Nail Sticker Directions:

  1. Print out the PDF, or use the Olaf face and body JPEGs and resize it in Paint, Word, etc. to fit your own nail
  2. Place a clear sandwich bag above the correct sizing for your nail
  3. Take a clear top coat or base coat and apply a thick coat over the image you want and let it dry
  4. With acrylic paints or colored nail polish, “trace” over the image with a thin brush or striper, letting each layer dry between colors
  5. Peel off the sticker.  Use your nails, a toothpick or some tweezers to help start the peeling process
  6. Trim the sticker if needed
  7. Apply the sticker to your nails with a little bit of clear topcoat as glue.  Smooth down with fingers
  8. Apply topcoat over the sticker to smooth out the texture

PDF template
Olaf Body jpeg file (resize if needed)
Olaf Face jpeg file (resize if needed)

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Nerdy Science Nails – Freehand and stamping!

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More back to school nail art! I posted an Instagram photo of this science stamping plate I that I bought, and many of you requested a video using it, so here it is! Organic chemistry was one of my most favorite subjects when I was in college :) #nerdforlife


Watch ALL of my nail tutorials in this playlist


★ Materials »
Julep Alexandra (beige)
OPI Down to the Core-al (reddish orange/coral)
Nicole by OPI Teal me Something New (teal/green)
OPI Keeping Suzi at Bay (dark blue)
Sally Hansen Blue Me Away (light blue)
OPI To Be or Not To Beagle (multicolored glitter) (OPI Peanuts collection, Limited Edition for Halloween 2014)
Black studs (optional)
Wax pencil to apply the stud
Cleanup brush from this set (free international shipping)
Cleanup brush from this set (Amazon, US shipping)

Konad Stamper & Scraper (I used an old gift card to scrape)
Konad Black Stamping Polish
Chemistry plate from Born Pretty Store

Toothpicks or Dotting tools
Orly Black Water Based Striper
OPI Natural Nail Basecoat
Seche Vite Topcoat


Camera used for filming/photos:
Canon t5i

Software used for every video:
Adobe Premiere Pro
Adobe After Effects
Adobe Lightroom
Adobe Photoshop
Picasa 3.9


FTC → OPI polish ℅ OPI. Everything else was purchased myself. I was not paid to make this video.

August 2014 Budget Recap

(Taken from my budget on

*NOTE: This budget is for shopping/food/gas only, or expense that I can control fully. I’m not including fixed expenses (mortgage, utilities, medical bills) because they’re fixed and honestly pretty boring to talk about. My TOTAL spending is not reflected in this budget. “Food & Dining” = Eating Out + Groceries *

Blown Budgets:

1. Food & Dining  (this category is eating out PLUS groceries together)

2. Gas & Fuel

3. Clothing

Bralette, Ebay – $3.49

Tie dye kimono, Ebay – $15.64

Black fringe kimono, Ebay – $18.43

2 bralettes and 1 pair of gym capris, F21 – $36.81

1 t shirt, and two other t shirts that are still in process of being returned, ASOS $33.20

2 muscle T’s, H&M – $6.43


Overall budget


The Verdict?

We ate out A LOT during our LA trip, and as a result the dining costs were high and the grocery costs were low.  

Next months plans:

  • Hawaii!  We’ll be going to Maui (my first time to that island) and Kauai for a little vacation.. meanwhile I have to prepare some YT work so I can schedule some videos and finally relax for a bit!

♥ Janelle