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Friday, May 25, 2012
5/25/2012 06:37:00 PM | Posted by Megan (A Polish Problem) | Edit Post
Right before I was getting ready to remove Zoya Layla, I decided to play around with stamping and nail art (this has become a common occurrence for me). This design was created using the polka-dot stamp from BundleMonster plate BM19. I used Konad Special Polish in white for the dots. I then added a black french and a silver glitter, using a glitter striper to hide any unevenness in my line. To create the black french, I first stamped a french design on my nail using BundleMonster plate B39 and Konad Special Polish in Black. I then filled in the design of the french, making it solid, using Color Club Where's the Soiree. It's not a traditional way to create a french, but so much easier than freehanding or using french guides.
I really wasn't even thinking of Minnie Mouse when I came up with the design. However, once I completed it, I looked down and that's the first thing that popped in my head. I think this design is so cute and if I wasn't ready to remove Layla, I probably would have kept it on my nails.