Friday, April 18, 2014

The Digit-al Dozen Does: Texture - Easter

It is time to wrap up this month's Digit-al Dozen theme!  What a week! I am so happy and proud with the designs I created this week!  I think the best part was that the designs are all ones that a novice nail artist can do at home.  My last design fits into that category with an increase in difficulty because I added some stamping.  Seeing that Easter is only a couple days away I knew that my last design would be my Easter manicure!

For my textures I went with my three Barry Ms, Atlantic Road, Station Road and Kingsland Road.


I applied two coats to each stripe.  Nothing special, no taping, just careful application.



I went with three Easter images from Cheeky Jumbo Plate6 and BMH10.  I used Milani White on the Spot to apply them to each nail.


At first I was disappointed that the white did not pop as much as I wanted.  The images can be hard to see if your not really looking, however I came to love the softness of the design.




I think if the design was more "in your face" it would have taken away from the beautiful, soft texture of the Barry Ms.  Yep, really satisfied with this design!

There have been so many amazing designs this month!  If you have been inspired by mine or any of the other ladies make sure you share your designs on our Facebook page or tag us on Instagram.  We love to see your inspired designs!





9 comments:

  1. What a happy looking Easter manicure!

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  2. I like a little subtle stamping! That way, only people who are *really* paying attention get the special treat!

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  3. I love the combination of the colors!

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  4. These colors are so perfect for the Spring holiday!

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  5. So very pretty; perfect for the challenge and Easter!

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  6. SO CUTE! I love subtle stamping designs. They might not always make the best photos for a blog post, but they usually look perfect in person <3

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  7. These are so pretty :) I love how subtle the stamping is, but it really completes the look!

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