Showing posts with label Sat-ART-day. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sat-ART-day. Show all posts

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Sat-ART-Day-Sci Fi, Star Wars

Along time ago in a galaxy far, far away... (cue music)
Welcome to Sci Fi, Sat-ART-Day! If you didn't catch my theme from above or the title... today I am sporting Star Wars nails!! Boy o Boy was this fun! Thanks to my family I am a huge Star Wars fan which made this day an easy choice of what to do!
To start I painted my pinky and pointer finger with China Glaze: White on White, my middle and ring finger base is China Glaze: Liquid Leather. I used Art Club Nail Art Duo Pen in Black, White, and Red for Storm Tropper face, R2 D2 Details, and galaxy. For R2 D2 body I used Sally Hansen: Silver Sweep and NYC: Water Street Blue with a nart art brush. Top Coat of Out the Door.
Ahhh I just love these nails! For the galaxy design I was inspired by Chalkboard Nails. For the storm trooper and R2 D2 I found the designs on google images. I really like the galaxy, totally different from the popular galaxy nail. Can't wait to see what the other girls come up with! Check them out below :)

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Sat-ART-Day, 1950's

I recently joined a new facebook club and I am so excited to be a part of it. There are tons of challenges to join in on and I choose the Sat-ART-Day group. This means on every Saturday I will be posting some nail art on themes given to me. Last week started the challenge and I was to busy to post one so I am starting out with this week's theme 1950's.
Since I just finished the Time Warp Challenge I knew right away what to do for the 1950's. You may remeber my poodle skirt mani that I did for one of the challenges, I just loved it so much I wanted to recreate the look with a different twist.
My base colors are China Glaze: White on White and Zoya: Renea. I used my nail art duo black pen to draw on the poodle, and konad special black with stmaping plate CH-3  . Top coat of Out the door.
The checkerboard black and white is to represent the tile that was popular during the time. The stamping turned out perfect I couldn't stop looking at it. 1950's must of been a fun time to live during!

Check out the other participates mani's below