French nail art on a flakie-filled cream crelly with stamping decals of delicious French food like wine, croissants, and french press coffee.
Simple French Cuisine

Simple French Cuisine

It’s funny how the French are associated with cooking that takes many specialized cooking utensils and techniques and also the simplest and most delicious of foods. (Mind you, I am aware that making your own croissants would take a lot of work. So many layers…) I definitely can recommend all of the food pictured here unless you mistake a table and chair for food. Solid pass there. Zero stars.

French nail art on a flakie-filled cream crelly  with stamping decals of delicious French food like wine, croissants, and french press coffee.
Simple French Cuisine
French nail art on a flakie-filled cream crelly with stamping decals of delicious French food like wine, croissants, and french press coffee.
Simple French Cuisine

Somehow the first two photos ended up being my glossy shots and everything from now on will be matte. Flakie-stuffed crellies look so, so pretty matte.

AZ Nail Art Challenge – ‘F’ is for French

It was really hard to figure out something to paint for French without doing a French nail tip or using some sort of interpretation of their flag or the Eiffel Tower. So I resorted to a subject that I always love to visit: food! And I had the perfect pair of stamping plates from Lantern & Wren for it. It has a kind of loose drawing style that looks so chic if you pair it with the right colors, which also feels very French. So, this wasn’t my favorite subject, but I loved my results.

Up next: ‘G’ is for Gothic, which I definitely can get behind.

#AZNailArtChallenge - 'F' is for French collage
#AZNailArtChallenge – ‘F’ is for French collage
French nail art on a flakie-filled cream crelly with stamping decals of delicious French food like wine, croissants, and french press coffee.
Simple French Cuisine

Nail art products used

Base Polish:
Night Owl Lacquer’s Rainbow Bite
Stamping Polish:
Maniology’s “Cocoa
Advanced Stamping Polishes:
Esmaltes de Kelly’s Coffee Jelly; Essie’s “Blossom Dandy” and “No Place Like Chrome“; KADS’ “Cloud Dancer” and “Raspberry Wine“; Maniology’s “Latte“; and Zoya’s “Bee
Stamping Plates:
Lantern & Wren Iconic Epicurean Delights (“Cafe”, table and chair, croissant, tea and saucer) and Iconic Foodie (french press and wine glasses)

With such a lovely cream-colored background, I opted for a very light palette with the darkest color being my stamping polish: Maniology’s “Cocoa”. It is not even my darkest brown, which suited my purposes perfectly.

And now an image dump. I did not include a macro of my thumbnail since it ended up being a little too plain. Maybe I should have added a cheese platter like I’d been contemplating. 🤤

French nail art on a flakie-filled cream crelly with stamping decals of delicious French food like wine, croissants, and french press coffee.
Simple French Cuisine
French nail art on a flakie-filled cream crelly with stamping decals of delicious French food like wine, croissants, and french press coffee.
Simple French Cuisine
French nail art on a flakie-filled cream crelly with stamping decals of delicious French food like wine, croissants, and french press coffee.
Simple French Cuisine

Until next time, friends! 🙋‍♀️ Hope I didn’t make you too hungry!

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