|Mountain landscape nail art|
14 March 2015
Hi everyone! At the end of a Digit-al Dozen week I always feel exhausted, no doubt because I'm not used to posting five days a week. However, I really enjoyed this week's theme, and was happy with what I came up with. I also really appreciate everyone's comments - after my sporadic blogging these past few months, it's been nice to read all the encouraging words. So thank you!
12 March 2015
Hi everyone! Today I have a very cute and simple design that hopefully will leave you craving for veggies! I decided to interpret the nature theme for this week rather loosely, and since veggies are plants, I couldn't resist.
|Peas and carrots nail art|
11 March 2015
Hi everyone! I've got the third instalment of my nature-themed manis for you today. I forget how much work these weeks can be, but luckily my fourth design is already completed and I just need to come up with one more! For today I decided to do another design based on a botanical drawing. This one was a lot more work to complete, but I'm happy with the results.
|Botanical squash vine nail art|
10 March 2015
Hi everyone! I'm back with another nature-themed design for Digit-al Dozen week. I decided to do another floral design, perhaps because it's a safe choice, but also because I enjoy them the most. I also wanted to work on my watercolour technique and do something more complex than previous looks I've done. There was a point while painting this, that I thought it was going to turn out awful, but in the end, I'm happy with the final design.
|Springtime floral watercolour nail art|
09 March 2015
Hi everyone! My schedule has eased up lately so I'm able to participate in this month's Digit-al Dozen challenge. I've been feeling uninspired about blogging and nails in general, so I hope that this will help me get back into the swing of things. And it couldn't be a better month - this week's theme is nature, which is right up my alley.
|Black and white poppy seed pods|
04 March 2015
Hi everyone! For the past few months, I have been very excited about Lynnderella polishes. I've been collecting them for about two years now, ever since they started shipping to Canada. But I go through phases - there's the "must buy all the Lynns!!" phase, followed by a cool off period. This seems to repeat itself every couple of months. Lately though, I've been really fascinated as a maker by the different combinations of glitters that Lynn does. It's inspired me to make more glitter bombs, even though it's something I struggle with.
|Lynnderella Magic Fairy Stars|