Friday, May 22, 2009

BLUE HAWAII

This is my nail of the day. For the base I used two coats of China Glaze - Sky High-Top. Then I stamped the fishnet pattern using Konad plate #M57 and used Sally Hansen - Brisk Blue for the stamp polish. Last I used China Glaze - Passion and Konad plate #M29 to stamp the images. I really like the look of the two blues together, they make such a nice pattern that stands out yet isn't so bold you can't stamp another image over the top.











18 comments:

neglelakk og meg said...

I love this, i wish I had Konad

Brooke said...

NEGLELAKK - Did you sign up for the konad giveaway I am doing? I will be picking a winner on Monday so you still have time. There is a link at the top of this page :)

neglelakk og meg said...

I know, I was suppose to do it right away

Helen said...

That is gorgeous - sooo summery. Makes me want to dive head-first into a Pina Colada!

Velvet said...

I am sooo loving your nails! They are so long now. As soon as I saw this pattern...I thought "Wow"! I agree with Helen. I want dive into a Pina Colada too....lol! Just gorgeous!

Missy Pratt said...

Your nails always look *so* beautiful. I am really, really hoping to win the Konad kit, so I can make my nails look as spectacular.

Brooke said...

NEGLELAKK - Good, I see you got your entry in. Good luck :)

HELEN - Yeah, you and me both!!

VELVET - Thank you. They do seem like they got long over night! Come join me and Helen in that pina colada!

MISSY - Thank you so mcuh. There are so many ladies out there in need of a konad kit, I wish I had more to giveaway :) Good luck.

Rai said...

Ooooh!! I like blue and gold together. Would never had thought of that combination. lol

Brooke said...

RAI - Thanks. I wasn't just loving the main images I picked, but I def. like the color combo together.

Kae said...

Love the color combo and theme! Diggin the pineapple

Violet LeBeaux said...

Awesome! I love the subtle netting behind it, reminds me of fishing off the coast!

Mary said...

I love the subtle contrast of those blues. Passion makes a great gold stamping color, I'll have to remember that!

Amanda said...

Oh that is so fun and summery looking...great job, Brooke!

Lucy said...

How pretty this looks. When I saw the plate I was wondering what can you do with a pineapple. I wasn't too thrilled with in. You did a fantastic job. I love the color combination and design.

Alexlyndra said...

Wow, that looks so cool with the diamond shaped stamp!

tuli said...

This screams "VACATION" !! :-) I love it ! And I also really like that Sky High-Top color - it looks so pretty on you
:-)

Olivia C. said...

I really like this!! It's SO cute!!

Chrissy said...

This is so nice! You are just so creative. :)

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