Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Mish-Mash Between Spring and Winter

Hi all!

Today I'm back and taking part in the Polish Days hosted by Hannah from Polly Polish! I always enjoy seeing how many of us participate and how everyone interprets the theme. This theme should be fun since it leaves a lot of room for interpretation. Aand the theme is... Back to Nature! Hannah wanted us to be inspired by nature, whether you're knee-deep in snow or are just over winter and ready for spring. Of course, here in Puerto Rico, it's never really winter (technically).

I call this manicure a mish mash between spring and winter because that's what the weather feels like right now. It's cold (ok maybe not cold, brisk? It's around 60-70F) during the nights but some days are super sunny and hot. Also called a mish mash because it's a very wintery mani featuring a spring polish and a dandelion stamped so... yes ok?

I started with two coats of OPI Can't Find my Czechbook, from their new spring 2013 collection and layered OPI Pirouette My Whistle from their Ballet Soft Shades a while back. Then I added studs from the Born Pretty Store and a stamp from Nailz Craze NC01 image plate.




So, I'm pretty sure you can tell I had no real idea or direction with this since I didn't have time to do complicated nail art. It's just something very simple that made me happy but still fit the theme.

Have a great day!

9 comments:

  1. This combo of glitter, colors and pattern looks really nice :D Fresh!

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  2. oh! I love the stamp model! And the nails look so good with the studs!

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  3. This is all so pretty. It all comes together perfectly I think :)

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  4. You've just made me really glad that can't find my czechbook is on it's way to me!

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  5. Very pretty, Kat! Never before seen Can't Find my Czechbook. It's a beauty!

    Also, hadn't ever heard of those stamps before.

    LOL. Looks like my wallet's gonna take another couple of hits before the day is over.

    Spring is on the way!!!

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