If you don't know about SCRATCH and the monthly mani box – you are missing out!!
And, guess who is the December featured artist?!
SCRATCH teamed up with Emily Wagner, artist, designer, and Editor in Chief of LA’s hottest beauty/fitness/wellness blog Groomed L.A., to create a holiday nail wrap collection that is the perfect blend of classic and cutting edge.
An accomplished fine-artist, designer, interior stylist and illustrator, Emily creates fabric and textile designs for home décor and apparel that can be found in shops including Rory Beca, Forever 21, and Ten Over Six.
Emily treats each piece of fabric as a painting, and follows the same process for creating textiles that goes into producing an art piece. Her process is an elaborate one of pushing and pulling, placing and removing of color, texture and composition until the right balance (or imbalance) is achieved.
Applying these same principles to this collaboration, Emily designed this collection to cover all of your wintry nail art dreams.
WHAT YOU GET
Every first Tuesday of the month SCRATCH releases a new Featured Artist limited edition collection of three nail wraps. Although these nail wraps are rad on their own, we wanted to offer the nail art enthusiast and everyday mani fan the ability to take them to the next level and so the Monthly Mani Box was born!
MONTHLY MANI BOX:
- Easily do 4+ unique manicures including tools & accents needed
we'll provide tutorials
- You are guaranteed to get the limited edition nail wrap collectionthey are gone for good when they sell out
- You'll also get a surprise gift curated by the month's Featured Artistwho doesn't like surprise mail?!
3 NAIL WRAP SETS
That's the month's full Featured Artist collection at a discount even without all of the other goodes!
TOOLS & ACCENTS
How-to tutorials to easily do your manis and any unique tools you need to do them. Often includes studs, charms, etc.
A SURPRISE GIFT
Hey we can't tell you, that would ruin the surprise… but we'll just say it's unique to each Featured Artist.
Scratch was born out of the simple idea that nail wraps are really cool but most of the designs currently out there are not. Scratch works as a platform for creatives of all backgrounds to share their art through a new medium and grow their audience.