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10g / Bag Fruit Nail Art Slices, 3D Polymer Slices Fruit Pattern

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10g / Bag Fruit Nail Art Slices, 3D Polymer Slices Fruit Pattern

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Product description

Color:Red Heart Pomelo

Feature:
1. Unique fruit shaped slice decoration, bright color, overall looks exquisite and cute, beautiful and practical.
2. It can be used for three dimensional nail art decoration, resin jewelry, and you can also use it to decorate your phone case, glasses, cards, body art, etc.
3. They are suitable for festivals, parties, fun events, carnivals, dance performances, cheers or costumes.
4. Suitable for nail art or resin art lovers, very suitable for beginners of handicraft, you can enjoy DIY fun with your family and friends.
5. Made of high quality polymer clay material, safe and eco‑friendly, non‑toxic and stable, sturdy and durable for use.

Specification:
Item Type: Fruit Nail Slice
Material: Polymer Clay
Weight: 10g / 0.4oz / Bag
Characteristics: Used to create nail art
Uses: Household, nail salon, etc.

Package List:
1 x Bag of Fruit Slice

10g / Bag Fruit Nail Art Slices, 3D Polymer Slices Fruit Pattern

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