Friday, March 29, 2013

Delicate Flowers...

As bad luck would have it, I broke a nail yesterday before I finished swatching the Color Club Halo Hues collection, which I was hoping to show you today. I'm putting that on the back burner for a few days and instead would like to show you a manicure that I created last weekend. It uses one of the holographic beauties form that collection for stamping. I originally intended this mani for the flower themed Sunday Stamping challenge last week. I ended up posting a different flowery manicure and this sweet lilac one has been waiting for it's moment in the spotlight...


I started the manicure with a base of OPI You're Such a Budapest from the Euro Centrale collection. Using Color Club Eternal Beauty and Winstonia plate W110, I stamped the flower pattern. With a dotting tool, I added a dot of Color Club Miss Bliss to each flower center. Of course I couldn't resist a little rhinestone accent in one of the flower centers...




I hope you love holographic polishes as much as I do because I've got lots more manicures with them coming your way... :)

Thanks for looking!
Anutka :)


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10 comments:

  1. This is really cool! I never seen a holo stamped before.

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  2. What a pretty stamp! Love the colours too.

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  3. Wow! Didn't know holos would be so good for stamping. Love the rhinestone finishing touch. Just beautiful!

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  4. I love both manicures you did with Eternal Beauty! Its crazy how a different color base can change the way the same polish looks!

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  5. I love the colours and the stamping is really beautiful! :-)

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  6. Beautiful. The colors are great together! :)

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  7. Thank you so much everyone! The Color Club holos are perfect for stamping! They work really well and still maintain their beautiful holo effect :)

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