Tea Time!

The blue polish I used for my base color is Sinful Color’s Endless Blue, with Elf’s Gold and Golden Goddess on my middle.
20150916_094957 copy20150916_094035 copyMy ring finger was done by dotting Endless Blue, a dark navy polish by kleancolor, and china glaze refresh mint. While it was wet I used the sandwich bag method and dry brushed the gold on top after it was dry.I also fished a few pieces of glitter from golden goddess to place sporadically
20150916_094001 copy                  I painted my tea set in acrylic paints but everything else is polish.
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                                           I even did my other hand!! 😀
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Again thanks to my base coat these lasted forever. I really like that I can have my spiffy art last so much longer. I hope you like them!

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Butterflies

I am so stinkin proud of these!! I spent so much time on the butterflies but it was worth it. I couldn’t do the other hand, I tried and tried and they just looked terrible. I’m sorry!

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It was also kind of rainy but I took pictures anyway because it didn’t let up at all. Yay! Florida fall! 😐

The only polish is the gradient (Sally Hansen Mellow Yellow, Sinful colors Sugar Rush and Endless Blue) the butterflies are entirely acrylic paint. This is something completely original, usually I have some kind of inspiration but I was just really feeling butterflies that day. I hope you like them as much as I did. I left them on FOREVER! I was surprised they lasted that long (almost two weeks!) but i switched to Orly Bonder for my base coat and it’s a miracle worker!!

Lady Bug Lady Bug, Fly Away Home!

I used Revlon’s Pale Cashmere as a base and everything else is acrylic paints. I took my inspiration from the lady bug song my mother and brother and I would sing by my grandmother’s sunflowers. I made a little home for them on my thumb. 🙂
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 My design was quick so I got a little sloppy with my house and my lettering but I enjoyed them while they lasted!