Does anyone like Mondays? I mean, even if you don’t work, they’re kinda a drag, right?
Hey honey bunnies!
Just a quickie today! I wore the gorgeous Queen Vic to work yesterday, because it’s juuuust a little bit different, but still very highly pigmented! It’s the only Butter London that I’ve ever had bubbling problems with, but I love my berry shades so much that I can cope with that 😉 Continue reading
The weekend is coming!
Okay, still another day or two of work for many of us, but still! I’m celebrating by showing you last weekend’s nail art 🙂 I did a crazy bright leopard print. For a change, I used a dotting tool to get the splodgy black lines, and I think it came out pretty nicely. I mean, I decided not to use a brush because I’m too lazy to clean them properly, but I actually prefer how it looks….
I’m so glad it’s finally the weekend, and I get a bit of time for me 🙂 it’s been a stressful, busy week, and I’m planning on spending this weekend preparing a few posts for next week, which, as far as I’m concerned, is the best way of relaxing
This is a post I actually prepared last weekend but didn’t have time to finish, which pretty much explains how little spare time I’ve had this week!
I first heard about MoYou-London (yes, you will get told off if you only call them ‘MoYou’!) when Craftynail published this article – it’s the press-release for the Mother Nature Collection, and I just love them! I spent a lot of time trying to decide which ones to order. And at the end of last year, I gave in, and ordered all 6! So today’s post is about Mother Nature 01. You can see that, on the plate, they called it ‘landscape collection’, so I guess it wasn’t originally intended to go with the others or the name got changed or something?
Gosh, it’s only Tuesday! I wish this week would go a bit faster, since I’m not working on Friday…
I got totally addicted to the stamping plates that MoYou-London kindly sent me to review. So, at the end of last year, I put through a big order of ten more! This plate is from the same series as two that I already own – the Suki Collection – it’s number 5 in the series, and did not disappoint!
This plate has XL images. Even though my nails are pretty short at the moment, they are quite wide too, so these XL plates are just great for me!
The images are rectangular, so if you feel intimidated by the plates where all the patterns are mixed up, it’s a good option to go for 🙂
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