Zebra and Pink

Thanks for all your lovely comments on my last post – I guess they’re not too bad. Here’s what I did once I removed the Jackson Pollock nails! I had the idea for this really clear in my head, but wasn’t sure how well it was going to translate to the nails.

I started with 2 coats of MaxFactor Disco Pink. Then I carefully painted one corner diagonally with Color Club Alabaster. Once that was dry, I stamped zebra print from Konad plate M57 onto just the white part using Color Club Dark Romance – this was the tricky bit, it wasn’t as easy as it looks! To seperate the two parts of the design, I used a thin nail art brush to paint a line of Color Club Smoke and Mirrors. A slick of Sally Hansen’s Teflon Tuff topcoat and I was done! I’m kinda pleased with this one. What do you think?

13 thoughts on “Zebra and Pink

  1. @Fee: Thank you! Glad you like :)

    @Lily: Thank you so much :) means a lot when people admire my little hobby!

    @Lola: Thank you lovely! :)

    @Cat: Daww thank you! It’s just practice :)

    @Lipton Tee: Thanks :) yeah I see no reason why not, zebra print is easy as pie freehand! In fact now I think about it, it probably would have been easier freehand because I wouldn’t have had the difficult task of trying to line the Konad stamp up on the diagonal!


  2. @Sarah: Haha it’s not weird, I do the same thing all the time! Thank you

    @Flavia: Thanks! ^_^

    @LadyBugSays: Thank you!

    @Jen: You are sweet, thank you!


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