Source: ABOP Franken (components listed in this post)
Comments: I thought I would have worn this as a mani by now, but there are so many colors to choose from, you know? Anyway, I decided to spruce this up with a nail art stencil. I have to credit this post by Dollface for the idea of using patterned paper punches for nail art. Fabulous idea! Especially for those of us who are konad/fauxnad -challenged. Contrast color is LA Colors Color Craze - Live. Love this!
Pretty franken, and cute mani :)ReplyDelete
I say what Shiny said....ReplyDelete
Love the color, and love the stencil idea; I missed dollface's post on it so this is the first I've seen this technique.ReplyDelete
@Karen: Dollface's post was actually a video, and I had a heck of a time finding it again to link it! It gave me soooo many ideas though.ReplyDelete
wow i love the franken. ooh going to try the stencil thing. the store that I know of that has kondas are always sold out. I think I like being more original as well.. though.. haha. super cuteReplyDelete
An original way to stencil - nice! :) xReplyDelete
Love this, they look like metallic duck feet! :)ReplyDelete
@Jackie: I know - I thought that too when I was done with them! They look like a little bird stomped on each finger.ReplyDelete
Love that franken! Thank you for the stencil idea too. I think I have a couple of those paper cutters lying around and they need a good use. ;)ReplyDelete
cute mani! love it!!ReplyDelete
Wow, so this idea never crossed my mind! I love it :-) And your franken is a nice pretty color as well.ReplyDelete
Oh girl! that color I have to find it. simply beautiful.ReplyDelete
please make up a video tutorial on that beautiful nail-art ?ReplyDelete
a quand une video tuto, sur ce magnifique nail art ?
I don't know if I'm ready to do a video tutorial on this, and it's actually not very difficult. I will consider a tutorial of some sort though! Thanks for your comment.