Acrylic 3D Food Nail Art Part 3This is my entry for the food nail art contest (details in this post)! I showed you the quick process of how I made the individual food parts in yesterday’s post. Today, I’m going to show you how I assembled them onto the nails!


– 3D Food Nail Art Part 3 –

Acrylic 3D Nail Art Salad<A Salad Bowl>

  1. This is how they look at the start. They’re just the pieces of acrylic, sitting firmly onto a stick of Blu Tack (sticky adhesive putty).
  2. I used acrylic paint to add colours to them. Now they look more like tuna sashimi, cherry tomatoes and some lettuce leaves!
  3. Add a loose ball of acrylic mixture in to an acrylic bowl which I made with clear acrylics and a large pearl stone. Stick the leaves into the loose mixture.
  4. Add tomatoes while the mixture is still soft. A bowl of salad is completed!



Acrylic 3D Nail Art Pizza<Pizza>

  1. The slices of salami pieces that I made were too big, so I cut around the edges to make them smaller.
  2. Place them onto the pizza base using a small ball of acrylic mixture as an adhesive.
  3. Apply a thick coat of top coat and place it onto the nail. I used acrylic mixture to stick.


This is a sushi boat that I made with white acrylic mixture, and then I coated with gold nail polish.

Acrylic 3D Nail Art Boat


Acrylic 3D Nail Art Sushi Boat<A Sushi Boat>

  1. Place rice balls (white acrylic) which are going to be the bottom part of the sushi.
  2. Place sushi tops using a small amount of acrylic mixture as an adhesive.
  3. Complete the boat by placing sashimi, lemon, a leaf and a prawn!


This is how I assembled all my miniature foods! It may look difficult to do, but it’s actually not that hard and fun to do!!

There are more food nail art designs at Good Enough to Eat Nail Art Contest hosted by Nail Polish Addiction! They’re all so cute and mouthwatering, hehehe! so check them out! 😀


Thank you so much for reading all three posts! If you haven’t yet, here are the links!

3D Food Nail Art Part 1 and 3D Food Nail Art Part 2