Good evening girls! I was dying to see you one last time before the festivities started for good, knowing in advance that I would have so much trouble getting up from the table to access my computer and my camera that the blog will be but a distant memory for me. And yes, my mother is in the kitchen and as much tell you that Christmas in the Alsatian families, it’s sacred … GOOD.
I did not want to redo pines and Santa Claus this year so I chose to take inspiration from what surrounds me to find you tonight, and everyone suspects that in this period, this is not the decorations and other trinkets that are lacking to go to draw ideas! So I chose one of the favorite balls of our collection, even if I cheat a bit since our tree is not in these tones this year, I told myself that give him a few minutes of glory before slipping it into his cardboard until next year was necessary. Here is my nail art Christmas ball!
Just to see it you must know that I spent a little time … But it has the advantage of being extremely simple to achieve! So if there are patients in the room, this is a motive for you. I first put two layers of Catwalk Queen from NCLA in base and waited for it to be dry. Then I cut small pieces of striping tape that I placed in braces on my nails trying to keep a fairly regular gap (it’s not easy, my ring is also more spaced than the others! ). Then I deposited one by one the four small golden glitters around each crossing by having previously deposited a small drop of topcoat to fix them. Once all the glitters in place, I finished my nail art by laying a rather thick layer of my posco topcoat and I encrusted the little round studs in the center of the crossings. It is lucky to have had these studs on hand that were just the size dreamed for this role!
So much for the nail art that I will have worn on Wednesday if my tree had been dressed in gold … Except that it is blue, gray and white, so I’ll have to dig a little my brain to find ZE idea! And you have already decided? I want to close this post by wishing you a wonderful 24, a wonderful 25 and a wonderful December 26, no matter where you are and who you are; and especially it does not matter if you “celebrate” Christmas or not. I hope that you will be surrounded by your loved ones and that nothing will tarnish these precious moments. For my part I intend to enjoy it thoroughly (and especially taste all the many little things that my mother concocted us, and yes, greedy one day …). Thank you for reading this post and very quickly my little stars!