Chubby Bunny Bubbles

Chubby bunny blowing bubbles! Inspired by my niece who loves my sparkly nails. She will grab them and turn them in her hand to see them sparkle. I nick named her Bubbles because that is her favorite thing to do, she’s always blowing them even just to entertain her self. She’s so cute.bunnybubbles

I used sinful colors sweet tooth as a base with China glaze fairy dust, Sally Hansen kaleidoscope, and finger paints colorful collage. The bunny and bubbles are acrylic paint.bunnybubbles2bunnybubbles3

I also found out I could use my jewelers loop over my phone camera to get a nice macro shot of the glitter which is really sparkly inside my light box.bunnybubbles4

Stone Marble

I was trying to get an Amethyst Turquoise look but it turned out a little more chaotic than that. I ended up really loving it and kept it for as long as it lasted (almost a week!). I used SO many colors in this. I started out by painting two coats of Amethyst Accent. Then I gradually added layers of each of color (Finger Paints surf’s up, amethyst accent, Opi’s gargantuan green grape, rimmels mintilicious, and Sally Hansen infinity band) using the hair spray technique on each one. By the time I got to Infinity Band by SH I had run out of hairspray and put alcohol into my hairspray bottle, it didn’t do the same thing but it sort of worked.
stonemarble3stonemarble5stonemarble1stonemarble2I ended up making a light box for these because I didn’t think that the outside lighting captured the sparkle well enough. It was time to make one anyway, I had been putting it off because I hate cutting up cardboard and I only had so many glue sticks left after making Christmas ornaments.stonemarble7stonemarble4stonemarble6stonemarble8

Bunny and Butterflies

bunnyandbutterflies1bunnyandbutterflies2I used Sinful Colors I’m Blushing with Finger Paints Peach Beach Scene on top. The bunny and butterflies (as well as the swirly white) are all acrylic paints. I probably should have picked a more contrasting background for the white butterflies and bunny but I am pretty pleased with the end result.

Mint Chocolate Owl

Mintmug1mintmug2Mintmug3Mintmug4I used OPI Gargantuan Green Grape and I flecked brown acrylic paint onto it with an old paint brush. The owl is acrylic paint and the OPI G.G.G. I did this one to match my coffee mug I got for my birthday about 8 years or so ago. It’s my favorite cup and I thought the GGG matched really well.