Saturday, August 4, 2012

Seeing Spots

Where do you get your inspiration from?   Me.. I get it from all over but last week  I had to clean off my craft table (I have a ginormous craft table for scrap booking and card making) because the husband has taken up tying fishing flies and he needed a place to put all his stuff.  Since I haven't done any scraping in a while I figured I could condense my table and give him half.  In doing so I went through all the paper I have.  HOLY COW talk about inspiration city.  I fell in love all over again with all the designed paper I had picked out.  Only now I wanted to take all those designs and put them on my nails.  :)

The first one I picked is so much fun.  Flowers, Circles, Dots and tons of COLOR!!!!. I LOVE IT!!
Here is a picture of the paper itself .

I started out with a base coat of China Glaze Liquid Leather and then I am just going to list all the colors I used because there are a ton of them.
China Glaze Tree Hugger
Orly Snow Cone
Finger Paints Tiffany Imposter
NYC Lincoln Square
Pure Ice Hot Tamale
Sinful Colors Savage
Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear Mellow Yellow
Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear Fuscia Power
Pure Ice Siren

I used 3 different size dotting tools (I don't really have dotting tools I have dry embossing tools that work the same)  to make the designs.

I finished it off with a top coat of NYC Matte Me Crazy.  I love the matte finish over the Black with all these colors.  It just makes the color pop. 

I had a good time doing these.  :)

Don't forget that when MY FACEBOOK PAGE reaches 200 fans I am going to have a nail art contest.  So if you haven't liked my page stop by and check it out. 

As always THANKS for reading
Amy <3


  1. This looks awesome, you matched it perfectly!

  2. So talented! This is awesome...I'm going to go through my papers!

  3. This design looks AMAZING! I love the inspiration print and how you executed it.

    I just nominated you for a Leibster Award. Check out the details here: Liebster Award

  4. Super cute and girly! You have great nail shape.