Do you dread trimming your Jamberry nail wraps because it takes so much time and effort each time? Stop starting over each time you do your nails and create a reusable Jamberry nail wrap template! This template is easy to make, cheap to create, and simple to use! It’s great for properly sizing Jamberry nail wraps, as well as trimming off extra length on french tips or Jamberry NAS designs. No more tape method! Let’s make some Jamberry nail wrap stencils!

What You Need:

– Clear plastic folder or template vinyl (I bought this one from Office Depot for less than $2)
– Scissors
– Tape
– Skinny Sharpee or pen
– Hole punch (optional)
– Key ring (optional)

Step 1 How to Create a Reusable Jamberry Nail Wrap Template

Step 1:

Place tape over fingernails and trace outline with Sharpee. Draw a line where the nail bed ends.

Step 2 How to Create a Reusable Jamberry Nail Wrap Template

Step 2:

Remove tape and place on clear folder. Label the nails.

Step 3 How to Create a Reusable Jamberry Nail Wrap Template

Step 3:

Cut the along the stencil you made and leave a long tab at end.

Step 4 How to Create a Reusable Jamberry Nail Wrap Template

 

Step 4:

Hold the template up to the wrap and trace – then trim! To trim off extra length on Jamberry french tips or NAS designs, match up the nail bed line on the template with where you want the end of the nail bed to be on the design, then trim the excess. Don’t worry about marking on the wrap. It will wipe clean with a little alcohol.

Step 5 How to Create a Reusable Jamberry Nail Wrap Template

Step 5 (Optional):

Punch a hole in top of each stencil and put on key ring. Now you’re template is easy to keep track of! How easy was that?!

Step 6 How to Create a Reusable Jamberry Nail Wrap Template
*Some people have different shaped nails on each hand, so it may be best to do separate templates for left and right.
**Over time the marker will start to wear off so you will need to go over it occasionally.
***This same method can be used for toes! I will be posting another tutorial for that, soon.

To view my custom Jamberry NAS designs, click here.