Monday, April 14, 2014

The Digit-al Dozen Does Texture Week: Dandelions!


Welcome to another Digit-al Dozen Week! We have some few new faces in the group now! Welcome new ladies! This week the theme is texture. Ugh! This has got to be the hardest theme for me yet! So I thought I would start out with my best of the week!

Dandelions!


I started out with two coats of OPI Planks A Lot. I then stamped used Konad White and Konad Black with MoYou Pro 04. I sealed the stamp with a layer of HK Girl Top Coat. After that dried, I dipped a toothpick in Sally Hansen Double Duty Strengthening Base & Top Coat and sprinkled some flocking powder over it!

I really love how it turned out! It's so cute and delicate!


Don't forget to check out what the other ladies did today for the theme!

34 comments:

  1. I love the delicate effect of this! Very simple, but effective! :)

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  2. Great idea to use flocking powder! Love it!

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  3. i love how "old" and overdone this mani is, and yet you still found a new spin. I feel i really could blow on your nails! xx

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  4. I was staring at it for 5 minutes trying to figure out how you did it, but it was flocking powder! Did not think of that myself. Looks amazing and very clever to use flocking powder :D

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  5. what a FANTASTIC idea! you're so clever all the time! love it!

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  6. Totally genius to add flocking to a dandelion mani! Awesome job babe!

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  7. This is beautiful and sooo clever!! Great job :)

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  8. This is amazing! Best use of flocking powder ever - I swore I was done buying it, but now I need white!

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  9. Adorable...I've seen those dandelions a lot but never like this...but the fluff is perfect!

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  10. This is so super creative Kirsten! I never thought of creating a scene using texture like this :)

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  11. Oh my freaking gosh. This is so amazing!! What a brilliant idea K-dog <3

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