#WeekendOffNailArtChallenge – Day 29 Splatter

Today’s theme is splatter. I decided to do something a bit different, than the usual splatter technique, which is done with a straw and nail polish. I was inspired by a Danish girl on Facebook.


I started with two coats of OPI Alpine Snow. I let that dry and then pulled out some watercolor paint that I got at my local supermarket. I then dipped a paint brush in water and watered down the color so it was quite liquid. I then just flicked the brush over the nail to splatter the paint on there. I used bright blue, a purple, a dark blue/purple, a red/pink, a teal and a bright green color. I let the colors dry before doing a new color to not mix the colors too much together.


It’s important to make sure that you have covered up your work area with some paper or newspaper, because it gets a bit messy. I then topcoated my nails and after that had dried, I washed my hands well to get rid of the color that had splattered all over my fingers. It gave a really cool effect and was really easy to do. It’s funny how some of the nails have really small dots on them, while others had larger dots.


Extra photo of my thumb. I will definitely try this again, because it was a lot easier than the traditional splatter done with a straw and nail polish, but the effect it quite different.

Everybody can participate just use the hashtag #WeekendOffNailArtChallenge on social media like Instagram or add your link at the bottom through inlinkz, all you need is a free user. Remember to check out the other ladies link at the bottom throughout the day, just click on the little frog 🙂

Alle kan deltage enten ved at bruge hashtagget #WeekendOffNailArtChallenge på for eksempel Instagram eller ved at tilføje dit link i bunden via inlinkz, alt du skal bruge er en gratis bruger. Husk at klikke forbi de andres blogge dagen igennem, du skal bare klikke på den lille frø 🙂


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