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Thursday, September 11, 2014

The Digit-al Dozen Does The Terrific Twos: Day 4 - China Pattern

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Today, we are all doing china patterns! It's the non-traditional (modern) 2nd anniversary gift and it was so much fun picking a pattern for this!

China Pattern
Nail Art

I chose a design from French maker J. Seignolles in the Petrouchka Bleu pattern. Obviously it's not a literal copy, but I think the idea translates okay. I was pretty happy with this one.

I used Chanel Blue boy, Blue Rebel and Elevation Polish Mount Ventoux with a bit of Chanel Magic on the thumb for this one.

Be sure and check out the other Digit-al Dozen manis in the links below!

Also don't forget about the HUGE Giveaway we're having for our 2nd Anniversary! Click here (or the giveaway photo in the left sidebar) to get to the giveaway and enter!

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  1. This is so beautiful and delicate! Very well done!

  2. Love these! Very creative and awesome!

  3. You did an amazing interpretation! Love this kind of nail art, inspiration translated to your tips!

  4. It translated perfectly!! Love these

  5. Gorgeous! I love the colors on this!

  6. Beautiful pattern!! You painted them perfectly

  7. This is gorgeous! I especially like the thumb!

  8. Gorgeous! That china pattern is nice too!

  9. Love the design you chose, and you translated it beautifully onto the nail.

  10. I really love that pattern and you executed it perfectly! It's kinda exotic, and kinda retro at the same time! :)

  11. this is my favourite of yours of the week. I love the criss-cross nails best, and love what's going on underneath that lemon xx


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