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Twas the night before Halloween and all through lands
Crumpet’s Nail Tarts came together to show off the art on their hands…
Hello my most fabulous readers! Ok, ok so I’m not really a poet of any merit, but, it IS the night before Halloween and yes Crumpet’s Nail Tarts are celebrating this holiday in force! I’m going to show you my Halloween-themed nail art and guess what it wasn’t that hard! Anyone can do it!
Ooooh yeah! I’m actually having a lot of fun with freehand nail art these days. This is a combination of freehand art and stamped art and I thought it turned out pretty cute! And yes (except for the black and white) it’s all indies!
I started with a base of Pretty & Polished Thyme and Time Again. On my two middle fingers I hand-painted Frankenstein and his bride (I was inspired by a nail art video I saw but it was randomly on my facebook feed and I couldn’t find it again to credit where my inspiration came from). My Frank is a little weird but I’m still fantastically happy with this considering my novice-level skill! I used Octopus Party Nail Lacquer – Universal Loner for the touches of red.
On the other fingers I added a gradient to the Thyme and Time again base using Pretty & Polished – Amethyst or Am I That? and Bohemian Polish – Long Gone. I then stamped over the gradient nails with an image from Vivid Lacquer – VL041.
All in all I’m calling this a win! Do you like this too? Do you think you might give something like this a shot? I definitely suggest that everyone branch out of their comfort zone now and then, which is why I joined this nail art challenge. I hope ya’ll are enjoying it as much as I have been. Sound off in the comments I love to hear from you.
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