Monday, 19 December 2011

12 Days of Christmas Nails: Day 9... Christmas Pudding

The meal is the part I'm most looking forward to this Christmas. I can't wait to sit around the table with my family and fill myself with the traditional Christmas spread! We won't actually be having Christmas pudding, instead favouring Apple Crumble and custard. So to make up for that - I'll be wearing them on my nails!


My base colour is Avon's Deluxe Chocolate and I used Sally Hansen Insta Dry Whirlwind white for the icing. The leaves are BYS Fern and the berries are La Femme Cherry Red (4th day running!).
I used a top coat of NYC CLassy Glassy to finish.



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26 comments:

  1. Gorgeous! Gorgeous! Gorgeous!!!!

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  2. Best christmas nails i've seen yet!

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  3. I love your Christmas manis!

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  4. I love these! I think the slight shimmer in the brown polish gives your pudding manicure that extra somethin somethin :) xo

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  5. That turned out really well!

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  6. I love these!! I did christmas pudding nails as well ^_^

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  7. I love this!! And I applaud your family's choice on apple crumble. ^-^

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  8. This is gorgeous! They look yummy but I agree with the apple crumble and custard :-)

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  9. This looks gorgeous! Looks so real!

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  10. this is SUCH a cute idea!!! I knew exactly what it was before I looked at the title!!! love!

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  11. OMG! makes me hungry just looking at them! hehe :0)

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  12. This is so yummy and cute!!!!

    OH! I nominated you for award!
    http://nailpolishwars.blogspot.com/2011/12/amazing-ptitemeve-has-tagged-me-for.html

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  13. They are amazing, best christmas nails i've seen!

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  14. These nails rock! I love them so much, especially the Avon's Deluxe Chocolate color.

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