Nail Cross



Small Nail Cross Palanca/Agape


  • Super Glue for metal
  • Masonry nails (1 box of 2″ & 1 box of 4″ – about 80+ nails per sm. box & about 45 per med. box)
  • Optional: small magnet
  • Dawn soap
  • Towel


  1. Wash nails thoroughly with Dawn soap, rinse and dry them well.
  2.  Apply a thin line on the back and front of two smaller nails and glue together, let dry according to instructions.
  3. Use a small dab on the larger nail to attache the two smaller nails putting together the nail cross.  Let cure for 24 hours.
  4. Optional: Add a small magnet if needed applying glue to the back of the nail or magnet to glue the two together.

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3 thoughts on “Nail Cross”

  1. DeColores!

    women’s weekend June 11-14th, 2015 St Pauls Church, Salem Oregon USA
    co-ed weekend Sept 17-20, 2015 at Molalla Retreat Center, Canby Oregon USA

    All are welcome.

    National Episcopal Cursillo Conference is in Seattle October 15-18, 2015 at St. Marks.
    I’m representing western Oregon and looking for a Cursillista’s home to share while attending. I have my own transportation, non smoker and a lot of fun.

    1. Hi Teresa,

      I wash them because they have a greasy film on them and this could prevent the glue from being adhesive. They are surprisingly filthy. I guess washing them sounds silly but I think its a helpful extra step in the long run.

      Thanks for the question!

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