Friday, December 23, 2011

New revised version of braided band

 Ok so I did some more messing around with the braids and came up with this!
 Here I have a messy bun. It looked better in real life, couldn't get a good picture.
And then I braided the front and put the two braids over top of it. This time though I made a braid on each side of my head and so when I brought it over I could tuck behind my other braid.

Merry Christmas!


 Ok! So there is this WONDERFUL nail stamping pack called Konad! I'll show ya'll how it works!!
 Ok, so you get these discs that come in the packet. They all have about 7 engraved icons on it all different sorts!
 I'll show you them up close!
 for the holiday season I used the christmas icons.
 Heres one small starter packet I have,

 All the equipment
 Ok, so first of there is this special nail polish that dries in 30 seconds. You swipe it on the icon you like, take the scraper (as shown in picture) and swipe it over the icon you just painted.
 then take the stamper, stamp it on the icon you wanted.
 and print it on your finger.
Ok, heres the whole set. Other than the disc. Some ideas are:
1: Paint your nail white white, then if you have the red, or green konad polish, put the red on the berry part of the holly icon, and then put the green on the leaves. The let it dry and stamp it on you white nail! You actualy don't have to have the red and green polish you can use normal but make sure its not to thin or not to thick and gooey. And hope it dries fast!!
2: Do your nail a light blue. Then use the snowflake icon and use the white konad polish. Then print several snowflakes on your nail (depending on how big ya'lls nail is) and it looks great around the snowy time!!

Festive Nails!

 Ok sor first off, I used red, green, and sparkles to create this Christmas looking nails! The red I used was 'Avon, Revlon Red' But you'll want to put the red on every-other nail, and do the other hand with it on opposite nails.

 Sorry for the side ways images
 Ok! here is the green I used. I used 'XtremeWear, Hand and Nails' the color is Emerald City. both colors that I used you might have to put it on, then let them dry, then out on another coat, depending on how thick yours is.
 Then after the red and green are dry you want to use clear sparkle nail polish. Mines a little glossy and so that would work just as well! Depends on if you want them to look just like mine.
 The sparkles I used are called 'Finger Paints' It doesn' have a special nail name.
And here is the results! OH! I got the green color at Wal-Mart, the sparkles I got for christmas so I'm not sure where to get them, and the red from Avon. Just in case you  wanted to use the colors I did.

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Photography shots

 This one and the one below were edited

 Now here I started to experiment with a disc

 This is what I ended up with

Now here I was fooling around with the webcam and I surprised myself with this one.