L is for Ladybugs

Howdy guys!  I hope everyone had a good weekend!  I meant to get this up yesterday, but ran out of time!  It’s the last week before moving day, and things are getting a lot hectic around here, so this is going to be a short and sweet kind of post!  This will likely be one of my last posts before I move, and for maybe a few days after too.  We won’t have internet right away, so if I seem to be MIA, that’s why 🙂  I thought I would try to get ahead in my Challenge nails, but it hasn’t happened yet 😦
Today I have my “L” mani for the ABC Challenge!

L is for Ladybugs

Aren’t they cute?!  I’m pretty proud of these little guys 😀  I used 2 coats of Revlon Top Speed Fire as my base colour, then using my Jordana Pop Art striping polish in Black Mark, I painted a vertical line down the middle of my nails.  Then I created a half moon and filled it in black for the heads.  Then I used Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear White On to create the eyeballs, and Jordana Black for the dots and pupils.
They are super easy to do and so fun to look at 😀
Don’t forget to post you “L” mani on my Facebook page this week!
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8 thoughts on “L is for Ladybugs

  1. 😀 Thank you! They have been on my “to do” list for over a year.. *hangs head in shame* Tyler's sister asked me to do them May 5 of last year! I hope I can do requested designs faster than that in the future!
    And thank you! I'm sure everything will go smoothly even though I'm stressed to the max right now, lol!

  2. I'm lazy too! I just packed up all my polish stuff to move on Saturday, so I'm being super lazy even though I want to polish so badly, lol!
    If you try them out, make sure to share a picture, I would love to see 😀

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