Thursday, July 1, 2010

PINK w/ SILVER FLOWERS

These are my sister's nails I did last night too. I don't remember the color's I used. The pink was a Sally Hansen and was called Hibiscus something, the stamp was done with a silver holo Nfu Oh. I added a little jewel to the center of the flowers.




5 comments:

Steffie said...

very pretty. Lovely!

Megan Harmeyer said...

So sweet! I love the little rhinestone in there.

Ayuu said...

That's cute ! I love it :)

Tilly said...

Ooh this is so pretty! I need to do some more konading soon. No I need to get the Bundle Monster plates soon!

Lucy said...

Very pretty manicure. I like the delicate flowers.

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