Fully Utilize a Sheet of Jamberry Nail Wraps – Look at How Many Applications I Got!

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This past weekend was a big one for me.  I hosted my Jamberry Launch Party Open House and my good friend hosted a party for me.  It was my first home party and she had a TON of guests.  It really was so much fun teaching everyone to use the wraps and to see the excitement from those that never paint their nails {because they feel they either do not have the time or talent} that can now have pretty nails that LAST. But, what both of these parties really emphasized for me was how many uses I am going to get when I fully utilize a sheet of Jamberry nail wraps.  I mean, I understood it before, but I had yet to really finish an entire sheet {I just have too many designs I want to try on}, so it was crazy to see the amount of use my guests got out of just two sheets of the fan favorite, Love Spell.

Update since original post – Love Spell {the wrap design seen throughout this post} was a limited edition wrap design {probably my all-time favorite} that was released one year for Valentine’s Day.  However, Jamberry realized how much we all loved the design, brought it back in a red color option, and named it From the Heart.  Bonus, it is one of the charitable wraps, so for every sheet sold, $2 will be donated to the American Heart Association!

Today I thought I would show you exactly how many pretty nails have been created with just two sheets of Jamberry Nail Wraps.  I have had a couple of readers leave comments that they were unable to get more than one manicure out of a sheet.  I hope today’s post helps with that, because you can {and should} be getting so much more from your wrap sheets than just one manicure!

How to Fully Utilize a Sheet of Jamberry Nail Wraps

How to Get the Most Use out of a Sheet of Jamberry Nail Wraps

When I got the first sheet of Love Spell (now available as From the Heart) wraps in, I immediately ordered another sheet.  I knew it was going to be one of my favorites, and I knew my guests would be loving it at the parties as well.  Isn’t it just sparkly gorgeous-ness?

So, I had TWO sheets of Love Spell to use.  With those two sheets, I did a full manicure on myself, three party guests did full manicures, and one guest did four total accent nails {two on each hand}.

Use out of two sheets of Jamberry Nail Wraps

Each sheet comes with a total of 18 wraps {2 rows of 9 wraps each}.

Jamberry Nail Wrap Sheet in Love Spell

You cut the 7 smallest sized wraps {in both rows} in half to use in manicures and as accent nails {so, 28 total pieces per sheet….2 rows of wraps with 7 wraps in each row, cut in half} .

Then, the largest width wrap {two of these total per sheet} is cut into eight pieces to use on your small toes in a pedicure and the second largest width wrap {two per sheet} is cut in half to use on your big toes in a pedicure.

Is your head still spinning?

Well, here is a chart that gives another look at the breakdown {or the anatomy of how you would cut apart and use each wrap} on just ONE sheet of Jamberry nail wraps:

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As you can see from this chart, with the two largest wraps on each sheet, you get a full pedicure by cutting the largest one into eight pieces {for your eight smallest toes} and cutting the second largest one in half for your big toes.

Jamberry Love Spell Pedicure

BUT, another way you can use those largest wraps is by trimming them down to fit your thumbnail.

One of the gals at my Open House really wanted the wrap from the Love Spell design that is just the little white heart to put on her thumb.  There was only one of those left on one of the second largest wrap options by the time she did her manicure {the wrap normally used for your big toe in a pedicure}, so she cut it down to the width of her thumb and used it that way.

Just make sure when you are trimming wraps down to size that they end up small enough for your nail and that no part of the wrap is touching any skin or your cuticles.

How I used two sheets of Jamberry Love Spell Nail Wraps

In any case, since I have three of the very largest and three of the second largest wraps still left on my TWO sheets, I can still do three full pedicures {or I could trim them down and use on my thumbs}.

After taking away the two largest wraps in each row to set aside for future pedicures, I also have enough left to do twelve total accent nails {six per hand}.

Like I mentioned above, you will always cut each wrap in half to use, so since I have four full wraps left from the two sheets {8 total accent nails} and four halves of wraps left {4 total accent nails}, that is how I got to 12 total accent nails.

In the end, with the way I am utilizing my TWO sheets of Jamberry nail wraps, they will provide me with:

4 Full Manicures

3 Full Pedicures

16 total accent nails

That’s a lot of bang for my buck, wouldn’t you agree?  Especially when you are snagging your Jamberry Nail Wrap Sheets with the Buy 3 sheets, Get 1 free deal!

Jamberry Nail Wrap Sheets are always Buy Three, Get One Free

And I am a huge fan of the fact that this Love Spell wrap sheet has multiple patterns and colors, so when I do use the remainders as accent nails, I can still produce a lot of different looking manicures.

Speaking of manicures, here is my full manicure using Love Spell:

Love Spell Jamberry Nail Wrap Manicure

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10 Comments on Fully Utilize a Sheet of Jamberry Nail Wraps – Look at How Many Applications I Got!

  1. Pam Smith
    January 21, 2015 at 4:58 pm (2 years ago)

    Wow I have never really thought about doing this, especially the pedicure! I don’t usually do nail wraps, but I recently picked up a ton from the Dollar Tree so I’ll maybe try the pedicure! Also the set in the pictures is very cute and not overdone at all!
    Pam | Pam’s Life

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    • Jen Cassellius
      January 24, 2015 at 7:36 am (2 years ago)

      Let me know how the pedicure tips go for you!!

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  2. Beth W
    January 23, 2015 at 4:31 pm (2 years ago)

    My toenails beds aren’t idly biddy enough to do that BUT have you ever tried to cut the leftovers into strips and use them as you would striping tape? I wonder if you could do a negative space mani with clean nails and “leftover” strips and triangles cut from those “don’t fit on my nails” pieces. Hrmmm….might have to try that….

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    • Jen Cassellius
      January 24, 2015 at 7:35 am (2 years ago)

      Oh, Beth! You made me giggle right out loud with your “idly biddy” toes! Yes, absolutely have used scraps in the same manner as striping tape. I have also layered with scraps! I have an “idly biddy” heart punch that I used to punch out of a scrap piece and layered that on top of a wrap for nail art. I think I can see a blog post coming soon! Just remember you will need to heat the scraps up just the same as if you were applying a full wrap!

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      • Giselle
        February 12, 2015 at 4:49 pm (2 years ago)

        WOW this is a great idea!!!! There will be no wasted wraps here lol this post also helped me a lot so I could make the most of my sheet

        Giselle | Red Lipstick & Champagne Dreams

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        • Jennifer
          July 16, 2015 at 4:48 pm (2 years ago)

          I can get 2 manis and 2 pedis from 1 sheet, but I have to use some of the “accents” to complete my pedi. My toenails are too big for a 2 wrap pedicure…but I can typically do a 3 wrap pedicure.

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  3. Bailey
    January 23, 2015 at 9:27 pm (2 years ago)

    My sister gave me a sheet of Jamberry wraps but I haven’t used them yet – this is a helpful guide! And that heart print is really cute!

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    • Jen Cassellius
      January 24, 2015 at 7:33 am (2 years ago)

      Let me know if you have any questions once you go to use the wraps. But you definitely should give them a try, you will love them! Which design do you have?!?!

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  4. Sway
    July 20, 2015 at 3:58 pm (2 years ago)

    Thanks! Gave me some great ideas on how to use these up. My nail beds are small, so i utilize the smallest 3-4 and have those other 5 staring at me 🙂 I read this and just “sugared and spiced” all nails except my thumbs, they are a gilded taupe lacquer.

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  5. Brooklyn
    November 23, 2015 at 9:32 pm (1 year ago)

    I love the image of the breakdown of the full sheet of wraps too! For me, because my nails are pretty short, I usually have the middle section of each of the wraps leftover. They can be used as accent nails or for toes.

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