Sunday, June 27, 2010

Twigs & Berries


:-D Sounds like a much more 'interesting' post than it probably will be. ;) Camping kicked my ass, I napped pretty much as soon as I stepped out of the shower after getting home today. I fulfilled my S'mores and toasted marshmallow craving (for now), with a 5 s'mores, and 7 toasted marshmallows (2 of which I ate with breakfast). :-D I also cooked 'tin foil' dinners, which I made by slicing potatoes, onions, chopping garlic, sliced smoked sausage, butter, salt, and pepper and putting it in a tin foil 'pouch' and placing them on the grate over the fire. I also cooked baked potatoes by wrapping them in tin foil an dputting them IN the fire for an hour- they were amazing.

Today's nails are a simple design that kind of remind me of nature- twigs & berries to be specific. :-D


I used MAC In the Buff as a base with Bundle Monster plate BM06 used to apply A Beautiful Life Poison. Topped it off with 2 coats of Seche Vite top coat.

The potatoes right after they were out of the coals/fire:


My potato! (butter, salt & pepper)


And my latest iPhone case creation, thinking of selling them on etsy, thoughts? (it even has a pocket for credit cards!)

14 comments:

  1. You have the best nails I have seen! I love your posts!

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  2. cute nails and i think your phone cases would sell... maybe fit a black berry???? lol

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  3. Cute. I saw 'Twigs and Berries' and immediately thought of Austin Powers though xD

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  4. My only concern about the phone case would be wondering if there's anything about the phone that would mess with the magnetic strip on the cards.

    The Konad looks like cherries to me but we have cherry farmers in the family, that may be why. lol

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  5. I just awarded you with a blog award!

    xxxx - Dolly

    http://adayinthelifeofdollface.blogspot.com/2010/06/cherry-on-top-award.html

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  6. Cute nails! I love the IPhone case- and oh hell yes, I think they'd sell!!! Sandi does have a good question about the mag strips, though. Is the pocket big enough to hold an earpiece or head phones? Rock on, girl- these are cute!
    Plus, have you ever done crossword puzzle nails? The NY Times puzzle on Sunday usually kicks my ass.

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  7. you ALMOST didn't make it!
    I would've cried for you :'(

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  8. love the nails but i really love the iphone cases! i would totally buy one and i love buying stuff from etsy, so yes, please make some:)

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  9. Those look like cherries! Totally don't look like that on the actual plate. Thanks for using that design - I might have to do some cherry nails now :) You are a wonderful inspiration!

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  10. I love all the cute nail designs that you do and I also love the different cases that you're making for you're iPhone, I SO want one for my iPhone!

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  11. I just recently purchased the Bundle Monster plate set and was playing with it the other day. Is there a trick to using it. Some of the designs worked really well and some of them didn't. I tried all different types of nail polishes. I have the Essence Stampy set (stamper & scraper). Am I doing something wrong? I know you use all different kinda of nail polishes, which brand works the best?

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  12. I would buy the iPhone case!!!

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  13. Good luck with the phone case. I make small purses for change and pockets and sell them on Etsy. It's great fun. The more the merrier! Give it a try, see what happens.

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  14. you are very talented.do you have vidios

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