Saturday, November 14, 2009

Dip it in Chocolate!


Day 32

Hey all! For the newcomers to the blog, I post later in the day on Saturdays and sometimes Sundays. Saturdays I have class, I'm taking a class on chocolate, and I can now make handmade chocolates as well as chocolate sculptures! Anyway, today's nails are an homage to the amazingness of chocolate...specifically, Chocolate Covered Strawberries!! MMmmmmMmMmm!



My Palette... :-P Gives y'all an idea of how I work....


I used China Glaze Salsa as a base, with Zoya Pippa mixed with OPI Ginger Bells for the seeds, OPI Green-wich Village for the stem, and Nubar Milk Chocolate Creme for the chocolate! Mmmmm. I love chocolate! After I did these, I realized that the 'chocolate' kinda looks like a french tip of sorts. Unintended, but I like the look.

So....What's your favorite kind of chocolate?

8 comments:

  1. Looks nummy. I'm so craving chocolate now, milk with hazelnuts.
    Love the palette, I usually use scraps of plastic or glossy cardboard.

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  2. Good enough to eat! <3

    I love any chocolate, but
    I like milk chocolate <3

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  3. This is a great idea! I have a total nail obsession! I love Essie polish the most. Our your nails like falling off at this point from all the paint and remover?! I love to check daily to see what's new

    http://onetwothreehappiness.blogspot.com/

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  4. thanks for the post.. its really good.. i like what you have written.. thanks for sharing..

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