Wednesday, September 23, 2009

NOTD - FALL LEAVES

I was playing around with my Color Club Master of Disguise set last night and instead of coming up with a Halloween themed mani, I got a fall inspired one. This looks to me like leaves all piled in a corner with some being blown away by a crisp, fall wind . . . . . . at least that was what I thought it looked like anyway.











This is a straw and his arms and legs mooooove!! All of these Halloween props were found at my local dollar tree.


23 comments:

The Asian Girl said...

I love it!

Phyrra said...

This is really beautiful!

gildedangel said...

That is really cute!!!

April and Ashley said...

amazing!

Jamie D. said...

Very classy - love that look!

I thought I recognized those skulls. ;-)

Glittermillie's Nails and Sparkle said...

Love, love, LOVE it! Seriously, all these amazing halloween polishes are making me consider moving over there... that's what I'd put as my reason. Polish.

Glittermillie's Nails and Sparkle said...

Love, love, LOVE it! Seriously, all these amazing halloween polishes are making me consider moving over there... that's what I'd put as my reason. Polish.

Nixxy said...

ZOMG! Gorgeous! Have to try this!

Mira said...

So cute! I love it!

Nicole said...

Awww, so cool! And the props are SO excellent! :D

Mary said...

That is beautiful! Very artistic and very Fall-like. Hope you're feeling better :)

Kae said...

I love the look of this, great job!

Stephanie said...

Oooh I like that! How do you achieve the gradient effect with the glitter polish?

thriszha said...

ohh.. i love the look so much...i would try this on my nails.. hope u feelin better now..*xoxo*

Juicy Nails said...

it's sincerely beautiful!

Tamara said...

What a gorgeous manicure!

Helen (Nice Things) said...

That looks absolutely amazing! Love it!

The skele-hand on yours creeped me out a bit though, haha :)

Lucy said...

I love this manicure. It really does look like falling leaves. Oh the joys of raking leaves and jumping in them. How come when there were tons of leaves our parents would say to rake leaves and jump in them? They got everything raked and just had to clean up the area where we jumped! Oh well, it was so much fun that I had with my brother and my two cousins from next door. Thanks for bringing back that memory.

Mighty Lambchop said...

This is so much fun! Love the skeleton straw. You always have the coolest props.

krisprimps said...

Great look! I'm going to have to try this. :)

Brooke said...

STEPHANIE - I get a small amount of glitter on my brush and paint the corner first, when there are just a few peiced left on the brush then I try to apply them to the middle and other side of nail. The key is to not have much nail polish on the brush when you do it. Good LUck!

TO EVERYONE -
Thank you so much, espieclaly for those who wished me well. yes I am feeling much better but not 100% yet. I was afraid the fall leaves effect wouldn't come through in the pictures so I was really touched to hear all the wonderful comments from you all - THANK YOU SOOOO MUCH :)

contests and such said...

I love this! I might have to copy!

clockwork said...

Very pretty look.

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