Tuesday, August 13, 2013

The Digit-al Dozen Does Fashion: Sewing Pattern


Day two for The Digit-al Dozen Does Fashion! And today I have for you symbols you would find on a sewing pattern!

I used two coats of OPI Did You 'Ear About Van Gogh, I used Sinful Colors Black on Black for the symbols, I then did a thin layer of HK Girl Top Coat to seal in the black followed by Orly Matte Top Coat. This is my first time using the Orly Matte Top and I like it, it has more of a satin finish to it.


The symbols from left to right are: Seam lines, button holes, cutting (where to cut), and grain line. This didn't turn out exactly like I had planned but I still thought they were fun and different! :)


Don't forget to check out the other ladies and their fashionable manis!

9 comments:

  1. Such a cute and novel idea! You are always so creative with these themes!

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  2. This is such a genius idea! So cool! :)

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  3. Cute - you need to add a follow via email option...since Google Reader left many like to follow that way because we won't loose things...I really dislike Blogloving -they choose which thumbnail or none will show up on their email notice and the dashboard and often it's not interesting enough or there is none and my eyeballs go right by that, skipping it. Also it's too much time to wade through all that on bloglovin'...just not a fan at all despite that is where many bloggers sent readers to.

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    1. Thank you! I did add the follow by email option! :)

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  4. What an excellent take on the theme!

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  5. ERMAGERD, THIS IS SO CREATIVE!!! I love it so hard

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