Wednesday, January 15, 2014

GOT Polish Challenge: PINK


Hello everyone!



The theme for day #1 in the GOT (Golden Oldie Thursdays) Polish Challenge, is PINK. It's run by the facebook group "Crumpet's Nail Tarts", and you can find information about it, and how to join in, on Debbie's blog; The Crumpet. I'll include a poster with all the themes below. What's special about this challenge, is that we have to use old nail polish! Yeay! At least one year old.



I got N°7 #70 Milan for Christmas about 4 years ago.



It came in a set together with the blackened blue Betty Blues, teal Totally Teal, vampy red Temptress, and a red nail polish called Rose Truffle:




I've used Milan several times, but never showed it here on the blog. Usually, I used it with a layer of holographic glitter over it, often on my toes. But this time I stamped over it and added glitter glue to the center of the flowers.



After a list of the products I've used, you'll find thumbnails with links to the other paticipants' pink nails.


The themes:



I like these themes, but I'm not sure if I can participate in this challenge in January, but I hope I can do more in February and March. What do you think about the GOT Challenge? Are you participating?


Products used:

IsaDora #600 Clear (as fast drying base coat)
N°7 Stay Perfect #70 Milan (pink)
Konad: SP Black (stamping polish)
MoYou London: Artist Collection #10 (stamping plate)
XL stamper
Stickles: Pink (glitter glue)
Dotting tool
Seche Vite (fast drying top coat)


I tried to only use products that are more than 1 year of age, but must have forgotten all about that when I saw my MoYou stamping plate...



This photo shows the stamping before top coat and before adding the glitter:



I'm surprised that so many are participating in this challenge. Just click on their thumbnails below, if you want to take a closer look. You can add your link with the Inlinkz on the end of any of our blogs.


Lani

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    1. Nice to hear that you like them! When it's difficult to paint tiny flowers, it's good to have beautiful stamping plates. :-)

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  2. Amazing stamping.

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    1. Thanks! I love this plate. Some parts of the images didn't transfer to my nails, but I like it like this too. :-)

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