Fancy Friday #127 – Inspired by porcelain

Happy friday. Today we are inspired by porcelain and china patterns. I have previously done the mega mussel pattern by Royal Copenhagen, and we didn’t have any other fancy china patterns at home, except some small flowers, which I wasn’t really in the mood for, so I went for the same pattern again, but instead of a plate, I found some salt and pepper shakers with the pattern in black.

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I started out with two coats of Wet n Wild White French Creme, a new white polish I bought, because my OPI Alpine Snow was almost done, and getting a bit thick. I really like it so far. For the black pattern I used a thin striper brush and black acrylic paint.

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I painted the different patterns from the shaker on to my nails. I think they turned out really great, and I like the contrast between the black and white. On my right hand, I used a stamp that reminded me a bit of the pattern and stamped it on, because I wasn’t in the mood to hand paint using my left hand.

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My thumb didn’t turn out like I imagined in my head. I used a different smaller brush at first, but my striper provided thinner lines, so I switched to that, after that nail. Remember to click by the other ladies to see what they have done for today.

I dag er vi inspireret af middagsstel. Jeg har valgt mega mussel fra Royal Copenhagen i det sorte mønster, for at det skulle være anderledes end mine sidste mega mussel negle. Husk at klik forbi de andre for at hvad de har fundet på.

Malle

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One response to “Fancy Friday #127 – Inspired by porcelain

  1. Beautiful. Simple and elegant!

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