Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Bone China Nail Art with OPI

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So today is my parent's wedding anniversary! Last year, I did jade and coral nail art for their 35th anniversary so I decided to do art again for their anniversary this year! 36th anniversary is Bone China. I know what Bone China is, but google helped me to decide on a lacy neutral design. 36 years married is a wonderful accomplishment, so I'm always happy to celebrate with them!

Bone China Nail Art with OPI

So Bone China is china made with bone ash....ya, they don't really do that anymore, so it's really just any sort of fine china. Bone China usually has some nice wavy detail, so I went with a stamp that was simpler like a dish design.

The polishes I used included a base of OPI My Boyfriend Scales Walls, stamped with OPI My Vampire is Buff, Zoya Sue, and Paint Box Polish Snowy Evening. I just sort of stamped over each time for layers but it was hard to line up since the colors were so light.

I used the Moyra Ornaments plate for this image (full review to come!). The Ornaments plates has a ton of lacy designs that remind me of fancy dishware.

Bone China Nail Art with OPI

Bone China Nail Art with OPI

Bone China Nail Art with OPI
 I wanted to see it matte. Vampire is Buff really shows through with it matte and it sort of looks quilted.

Bone China Nail Art with OPI

Bone China Nail Art with OPI

Bone China Nail Art with OPI

The result is sort of subtle, but really pretty. This is actually a cool wedding nails design!

Well, cheers to another year of marriage for my parents!

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13 comments:

  1. It's beautiful!! Happy anniversary to them!

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  2. It's so sweet that you commemorate their anniversary on your nails! Happy 36 years to them!

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    1. I started it last year and since I know I was going to see them, why not?!

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  3. Super elegant and a great way to celebrate ♡

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    1. They definitely give a super classy feel!

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  4. this definitely feels like bone china.

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  5. So gorgeous, I love how this look turned out for you

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  6. Happy Anniversary to your parents! Your mani is great!

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  7. How sweet! Happy Anniversary to them! I love these matte, so pretty.

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  8. Aw that's so nice of you to do a mani in their honor. I hope they had a fantastic anniversary.

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