Hello, everyone! Happy Friday! This has just been a very “ughhhh” kind of week, so I’m quite glad it’s over. So for today, I have another mani for the Hobby Polish Bloggers’ monthly link up; you can see all of my HPB manis and find out more about it here. The April theme is “Dusty,” so let’s see what I did for it.
I started with a white creme base before I sponged on a gradient of Zoya Lake (dusty light blue) and Ireland (light dusty sage green). It took three coats to be opaque.
I stamped on the leafy pattern using Zoya Natty (a dusty deep colonial blue) and Bundle Monster plate Polynesia BM-XL115. I used a clear stamper from the Born Pretty Store. It likes to slid a bit when I go to roll it over the plate if it’s not scraped well enough, but it otherwise works fantastically.
The end result reminded me a lot of a vintage wallpaper pattern, hence the name of my post. Also, my poor hand had a rough week too. My ring finger nail broke when my cat jumped out of the crate I was carrying him in right as I was trying to put it down, and I burned my index finger trying to open a bag of steamed veggies for dinner. Like I said, definitely glad this week is over!
Be sure to click through for the rest of my fellow HPB members’ dusty manis!
That’s all for today! Thanks for looking!