Today I have Unicorns for #GlamNailsChallengeFeb. This is possibly the first time I’ve posted a prompt on time for this challenge in many, many weeks. Ah, well. That’s what getting sick does to you. I almost turned this in for #WhenColoursCollide’s yellow/orange/red theme, but then I realized there were gold glitters in the crelly I used. While I could have argued that there is little difference between gold and yellow glitter, I decided to just drop it. It was not worth making the admins deal with me and I had no time to repaint anything. (Nor did I want to since using the crelly on the blog was part of my goal this year. Can I get to a 100% use rate with nail polish? 😱)
- Base Polishes:
- Sinful Colors’ “Standing Bloom Only“ over Smackers’ “Rag Doll“
- Stamping Polishes:
- Dimension Nails’ “Mustard Bird” (press sample) and Nails Inc’s “Kensington Palace“
- Advanced Stamping Polishes:
- B. Loves Plates’ “B. a Cherry Lollipop“, China Glaze’s “Accent Piece“, Dimension Nails’ “Mustard Bird” (press sample), OPI’s “Never a Dulles Moment“
- Stamping Plates:
- Born Pretty BP-127 (pegasus & poot) and BP-164 (unicorn)
I do love the silly images on both of the Born Pretty stamping plates I used today. There just never seemed to be a good time to use them until now. But once I used the unicorn on my fingernails, I couldn’t help but look at the similarly-styled images on BP-127 and realize that the pegasus was very much in theme. Yet even then I had no notion that I was going to make it a poot-asus until I had the decal on my clear stamper, hovering over my thumb. It just looked like there was room for something more. And then I remembered the little “spray” coming out of the perfume bottle. It was too good of an opportunity to miss.
Oh, yeah. Let’s look at that again!
Well, there you go, friends. Just in case you started thinking I was getting sophisticated with all those bling-y nail looks. Nope! I’m still me. Possibly there will be more silliness next time I post. We’ll just have to see. 😉
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