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September 27, 2011

Ok no more glitter!  :D

The base on this is the HOW YOU DOIN’ bright crazy orange of nubar Hot Orange on a single-coat of white (it’s bright, but it needs a white background in a big way).  Then I stamped in these lily/lotus numbers from Konad plate m66, which strikes me as a totally anti-neon sort of theme, but whatever, time to dig in deeper: finished it up by adding various neons from the stripers to fill in the flower bits and some tipness in Sinful Colors Dream On.  I just like the design a lot and didn’t want to muck it up with a zillion treatments; it kinda makes me think of a kid’s book illustration in watercolor where the lines and colors all sort of lay on top of each other.

konad m66

Sinful Colors Dream On

nubar Hot Orange

konad stamp

10 Responses

  1. Alexis says:

    THIS. IS. GORGEOUS!!!

    xoxox

  2. Gottwinkies says:

    I really love this mani!! It may not have looked like it would work at the beginning but it sure as heck looks amazing now!!

  3. Courtney says:

    Very in your face. I love it.

  4. rock-or-not says:

    This is really cute!
    I love it ^^

  5. OmG, love the stamping and colors : )

  6. Tyne says:

    Nice and bright I love it!

  7. Emily says:

    So shiny! lol I really like the color combination.

  8. the nerd says:

    Thank you! I need to get more comfortable with using these neons… shame it’s fall…

  9. Fingers says:

    WOW this is bright!!

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