clay roses, flat back pearls, flatback gems
la colors art deco – silver
essie – sag harbor
wet ‘n’ wild – french cream
Tags: blue, checkers, clay, essie, flowers, french, gems, glitter, pearls, roses, white
That’s so beautiful!
How do you attach those bigger decorations, like the clay rose? Do you use adhesive/nail glue or just top coat?
i just use nail polish 🙂
omg those are so cute! how did you do the boxed designs? you should do tutorial on that =)!!! love your nails.
Pretty! What glue do you use to adhere the decorations? 🙂
i just use nailpolish as an adhesive. i stick them on when the polish is semi dry 🙂
WOW! This is awesome, and I love the colors! 🙂
OH MY GOODNESS GRACIOUS. This my be my favorite design of yours. The rhinestones, pearls, and flowers really make this design stand out. And I’m in love with that blue color. Gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous! ~
keep up the good work!
¬ really loving that shade of blue
i’m sorry that you don’t like the blue 😦
Wow, your nails are ALWAYS so beautiful! I’m jealous.
I was just wondering, do you happen to know how to do something like this: http://i51.tinypic.com/2epoz6h.jpg
hey casey 🙂 layer dark blues (china glaze bermuda breakaway, china glaze calypso blue) and mix holographic blues (like OPI designer series glamour, ) and some sparse fine silver glitters (china glaze fairy dust)
wow, this is just soo pretty ❤
gorgeous! so…. great!
Very fashionable and chic! I’ll save this design for my wedding day!
wow,love your nails 🙂 are those your natural nails?
oooww so beautiful 🙂
and join me my blog.
Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:
You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change )
You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change )
You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change )
You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change )
Connecting to %s
Notify me of new comments via email.