A2Z series – catching up part 2

Hello lovelies, the 2nd part of my catching up is dedicated to the letters n and o. I did love both of the designs and had some nice compliments while wearing them.

new-peacock-french-nails-1First up is N is for New. I decided to use one of my newest polishes, which also happened to be untried πŸ™‚ and French style water decals. I have done loads of water decals before, but never the tip ones.

I do apologize for some rugged edges again. Took the photo 2 days later after some long days at work.

Let’s see what I’ve used for the design:

  • light blue – Barry M Huckleberry
  • peacock water decals from Born Pretty

new-peacock-french-nails-2new-peacock-french-nailsold-crackle-glitter-nails1All the small cuts you can see here and there are paper cuts from work on my fingers. Have to say, some were really painful :(.

Next up is O is for Old. For this one I decided to take out one of my oldest polishes I have here with me and also use one of the older stamping plates I have. The old polish is the silver glitter – 3 coats of it.

  • silver glitter – Maybelline Colorama 47 ( I don’t have a name for it)
  • black for stamping – Maybelline Colorshow Blackout
  • crackle – Sally Hansen Ink Splatter
  • stamping plate QA82 from Born Pretty

For the complete archives of the series with all the talented artists head over to the hub page HERE.

old-crackle-glitter-nails2old-crackle-glitter-nailsI have 1 more catching up post to do, which is for p and q. And during the weekend I’ll try to post this week’s one as well, which is r. So stay tuned if you want to see what I’ve come up with. Also don’t forget to check out the inlinks for all the lovely designs.

Here’s N is for the new:

And O is for the old:

With best, Kairi πŸ™‚

About Kairi

Art loving girl from Estonia.
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2 Responses to A2Z series – catching up part 2

  1. The peacock feathers are so beautiful ❀

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