Tuesday, December 6, 2011


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On these nails I did a 3d Santa and then capped over with clear acrylic. To get the skin tone look for Santa's face I used Young Nails cover powder. The Santa was inspired by Kara the Nail Goddess. Much of my inspiration I get directly from my clients. I am very lucky to have so many amazing clients.

This silver is sparkles nail products #68 in shinedown. The tip is a gorgeous glitter I purchased at roberts craft store called Brocade. The brand name is Barbara Trombley art glitter. I mix 1 part glitter 2 parts clear acrylic.

On these nails I used a glitter from sparklesnailproducts.com #144 tis the season. I mixed it with clear acrylic. It was very easy to apply. I added a little silver at the smile line.

On these nails I did a 3d candy cane. First I outlined with a nail art pen where I wanted to place the candy cane. I used that as my guide as I applied stripes of acrylic.

On these nails I used a glitter from sparklesnailproducts.com #145 limited edition silver. It is a super cute silver with little silver balls in it and little flecks of red. I wish you could see it better. It was very easy to work with. Love it!

On these nails I used a sparkly pink on the nail beds. I use 1/2 french pink 1/2 frosted pink a little metallic red and a little crystal all from Young Nails. I used reverse application to get a crisp smile line. You can view how to do this on Youngnails.com click on get educated. I used a migi nail art pen to write "up up and away"

These are rasta nails. I used fimo clay circles from oaktreedollshouseminiatures.com. I also used impression tools from young nails to make the star and heart shape. I used acrylic to create 3d hearts on the ring fingers.

These nails were inspired by a facebook friend of mine Kara The Nail Goddess. She is so inspiring!


  1. Keep doing this! I love looking at ur nail designs, they are so beautiful and very inspiring!
    Thax for sharing ur amazing work!

  2. These are all adorable. I especially like the Santa and the Christmas tree.

  3. I love the little santa and Christmas tree too, they're so cute! have you thought about entering any of your designs into 365 days of nail art with Nails Mag?

  4. Wow! I thoroughly enjoy looking at your wonderful manicures! Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful talent with us! :D

  5. I love everything you post. I'm currently a nail tech student and was wondering if you'd ever consider teaching a class on your nail art? I live in northern Utah. Thanks!

  6. I would love to teach a class sometime! I need to see if I would have to get my teaching license first.

  7. Yeah, I'm not sure if you would need one or not. We could just get together and you can just show us how you do some of your designs, and my fellow students and I can pay for your materials?? I don't know what would constitute a 'class'?? But I know some of my classmates and I would love to learn from you. :)

  8. These are all amazing and I wish I could have every one of these done this week leading up until Xmas! I want to see what your "New Years" Nails will be! I bet GLITTERY!

  9. I was just clicking on Next Blog when I stumbled upon yours! You're so very talented, Jeez!!

    Have to have to follow you:D

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