Manicure of the Moment: Hello Kitty Goes Hallowe'en Glam

Good morning, gentle readers. I hope that your Sunday is shaping up to be a lovely one and that you are enjoying your weekend.

Today I have my latest attempt at Hallowe'en nails. On three nails on each hand, I applied a coat of Wet-N-Wild Black Creme, topped it with China Glaze Ick-a-Body and set a solid black resin stone then sealed it all in with a nice, thick coat of Seche Vite. On my accent nails I applied two coats of Orly Orange Punch, one coat of Sinful Colors Cloud Nine then stamped them with Hello Kitty from my plate from Born Pretty, then gave her a witch's hat from my Bundle Monster plate. (I got that idea from a fellow blogger. I can't remember who... The brain, it's the first thing to go! lol But she knows who she is, and thanks for the great idea! :D) I added a little glam to her hat with a silver striper then sealed those nails with Seche Vite, as well.



I think that I might do one more design, for Hallowe'en, it's self. If I have the time and can think of something good. We'll see. I have really stretched myself with the nail art, this year. :D

Okay, time to run along. Thank you so much for popping in. Have a great Sunday and may your polish never bubble.

11 comments

  1. It was me:) super cute take on it!

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  2. How cute! I've never thought of mixing stamps before, what a great idea!

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  3. Thanks, Laura. It is adorable, isn't it? I loved wht That's So Fresh did and decided to try it. It's easy, too. Once I got the hat image to work for me. lol

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  4. Such a cute Halloween mani! I love how you used Hello Kitty too :D

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  5. Holy shiz this is the CUTEST thing ever, very creative~

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  6. Very cute! Love what you did with adding the witch's hat to the kitty!

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