Monday, December 05, 2011

Christmas nails with lace


Hi guys! These lacy nails were made recently when I was in a very Christmassy and girly mood, can you tell? ^^ I used OPI Big Apple Red and Konad imageplate M71 with Essence Stamp Me White!. This look is a lot girlier than I'm usually going for, but I enjoyed it nonetheless, squealing like a little child when I noticed how they matched red Christmas glasses from the Ikea was part of the fun haha :P
Thanks for stopping by!

30 comments:

  1. Adorable! Reminds me of warm Christmas jumpers. :)

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  2. I love all of your designs. Every manicure is perfect :)
    (roni)

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  3. Was just about to say this reminded me of a Christmas Jumper haha! Love it xxx

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  4. Aw, they are soooo sweet. I love the lace pattern.

    x

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  5. I need to practice using my Konad!! Your nails are adorable!

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  6. That is really cute and Christmassy! :D Really love it. ^^

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  7. Absolutely gorgeous! I hope I can be as talented as you someday :)

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  8. Wow, so cute! Makes me want to practice my stamping more. :)

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  9. SOOOOO Stunning so simple and so awesome!

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  10. Pretty! I so wish Essence shipped to Canada...

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  11. ahhh this is so pretty! could you do a tutorial on how to make the lace? :D

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  12. Thanks so much everyone for the sweet comments! :-)

    @Janelle and Anonymous: I used Konadplate M71 to make the lace pattern :)

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  13. Very weet and classy I like it :)

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  14. Awesome Jane! I laughed about the Ikea glasses, that is funny. :) These are really festive, I will have to try this idea.

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  15. Super perfect! I love them! I wish I could stamp so cleanly.

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  16. I love the design! So fashionable and stylish.

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  17. May I know how to make the lace?

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    1. I used a Konad imageplate (M71) to create the design, if you look up "Konad imageplate" you should find plenty of examples of Konad manis and tutorials on how to use it. :-)

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