Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Pink Roses Nail Art

      Hi Everyone and Happy Wednesday. It feels great to be back blogging, although I'm not sure how consistently I'll be able to get posts up since I am still in the process of moving into my new house. It's an amazing 101-year-old farm house with tall windows, thick baseboards and original intricately carved door hardware. But the best part is there is a room for me to dedicate to a polish room. I can't wait to get it all setup and have everything organized. I'm thinking that I might dedicate a set of posts to it. What do you think, would you like to see how I transform a beige colored office into my own personal polish heaven? Let me know in the comments.

     Before I get to all that, I should probably share a post with all of you. And I thought a double stamped manicure would be the way to go. One that featured roses of course because we all know that I love floral manicures.

     It's a simple manicure but one that I really like. It's also a manicure that helped me discover that you can use stamping polish just like regular polish but with fewer coats.  For this look, I used Hit the Bottle Psycho pink as my main color and to stamp the rose image from Winstonia plate W-04 a plate I've used several times over the years.

     The accent nail is painted with Polish My Life Pink Sandals as the base color. I then stamped with Hot the Bottle Drunk Tank Pink and Bundle Monster plate BM-310. Pink Sandals is from the Time to Chill Collection released for spring 2014 and is no longer available for purchase. But it might show up in a destash sale so if you want it, keep your eyes open.

     Like I mentioned above, I'm really happy with how this turned out. I like that it's simple but still feminine and delicate, but not overly so. I think if I'd done the stamping on all my nails it would have been too much. Do you agree?  Do you have a favorite theme to do your nails in, something to go to whenever you're stumped or just want to smile? Well, that's all I've got for today, I better get back to unpacking boxes. Thanks for stopping by and Happy Polishing!

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