Thursday, August 23, 2012

Sugar spun manicure

I decided to give a sugar spun manicure a go, and here's how it came out!

China Glaze below deck is my base and there are strings of China Glaze Agent Lavender (which can be seen alone here) and China Glaze Liquid leather

Here is China Glaze Below Deck alone

Saturday, August 4, 2012

Mash "chain linked necklace" manicure

This manicure sort of  reminds me of a chain linked necklace, I really like how it came out!

China Glaze Haunting, stamped with China Glaze Hook and Line, using Mash plate 41

Thursday, August 2, 2012

How I store my nail stamping plates

Since I've been doing so many stamping posts lately, I thought I'd share with you how I store all my nail stamping plates. I use plastic vertical badge holders, you get 12 for only $1.88 at Wal-Mart, then I use individual binder rings to secure them together, which are the same price as the badge holders. I bundle together each set of nail plates in numeric order, I can easily flip through and choose which ones I'd like.

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Let me see your Peacock

Here are more pictures from the peacock manicure I did using the Bundle Monster plates, which can be seen here in my previous post. While I was posting this, I realized that some of China Glaze's new Bohemian Collection colors would work great for this, too bad I don't have them hahaha. I used Claire's magnetic green color as the base, the dark green I used for stamping was Sinful Colors last chance, the gold dots were China Glaze you move me and then the smaller dots were a no name blue.