Monday, April 16, 2012

Tie Dye Zebra

Good morning! 
Here is my tie dye zebra.

Here is what I used:
Base coat: Wet n wild, French white creme

Colors I sponged:
Sinful colors, Pink forever
Revlon, Posh
L'oreal, Tweet Me
Wet n Wild, Blazed
Konad m57
Konad special red polish



Thanks for stopping by and commenting! 

40 comments:

  1. That looks awesome! I have the BM plates and they make the full size stamps too small for my thumbs...maybe I have a big thumb lols

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  2. LOl, I was thinking the same for my thumbs too. I just think no image is big enough for any thumbs!

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  3. This looks great!! I love the sponging with the stamping!

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  4. I love the sponged polish under the stamping. It gives the manicure lots of depth.

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  5. Oh wow this is so gorgeous! Your so talented, Im loving how this came out :)

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  6. looks great, I like the combination

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  7. I like it!
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  8. These look great!
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  9. Very cute I love how it came out! I nominated you for an award on my blog, you can get the info from my profile. Congrats! :D

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    1. I'm glad you like it. Thank you for nominating me!

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  10. This is neat, it's really different!! ^.^

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  11. This is cute! I love all the colours that went into this.

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  12. It's lovely and the colors are right what we need now - looks so great :)

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  13. I like this mani, it looks so bright! :)

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  14. red is so unexpected, i love it!

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  15. You did a great job this manicure is absolutely beautiful. The background colour looks amazing with the red zebra strips.

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  16. This is relly great. Love it... I follow you. Visit my blog its all about nails,and follow me back if you like it.

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  17. Wow love your nail art.. your really talented :D

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