Wednesday, December 23, 2009

CUTE MINI NAIL POLISH ORNAMENTS

How cute and creative are these?? I wish I could take credit for them, but I can't. My "OLD" friend, Rock-C, gave these to me. I have seen this brand of nail polish at Walgreens and Ross and even bought a package of them, but it never even crossed my mind to make ornaments out of them.

She really got a kick out of pointing out the brand name of the polish, Cranky Girlz. Like, is she trying to tell me something. . . . . . ??



5 comments:

Kelly said...

Haha I love that idea. I can imagine my tree full of nail polish and lipstick baubles. Christmas heaven! x

gildedangel said...

That is so cute! Perhaps next year my tree will be a nail polish tree!

MinderMutsig (Kirsten) said...

That's cute! Great idea.

Evil Angel said...

Gasp! I love those! I want a cosmetic christmas tree!

Lucy said...

What a great idea. I could probably fill 2 trees with cosmetics.

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