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Yeah, I Definitely Have a Problem :)

Yesterday I finally decided to take the plunge and pick up a new camera, a Canon T3i and have been having lots of fun experimenting with taking picture of the cat and my nails, of course.  Given I had a little free time tonight, I decided I'd see what it would look like if I took all my polishes out and organised them by colour.  This is the result >.<


I will pay (almost) money for you not to count and I think it's safe to say I have a problem.  At least I managed to get them all out and back in again without my bf seeing them all spread out :D

Here are some more pics, as it actually makes for an interesting photography subject.







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  1. I think I have a problem too :-D I don't want to count mine either

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  2. Ah, what a lovely collection!!! :D Congratulations on the new camera!!

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  3. Yeah, I finally had to go out and get a drawer storage system for my polishes. They didn't fit in the basket I was storing them in anymore.

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  4. I see nothing wrong with this :D
    Nice collection, and the photos look great!

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  5. What's your polish count at? I keep at counter on my blog to keep me accountable to my habit ;-)

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  6. @Jayne What do you use to keep track of your polishes? I had high hopes for a cataloguing app called Delicious Library but it wouldn't track the polishes :(

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  7. I wish I was really really tiny and could run through your pile of nail polishes while laughing and skipping along! It is pure heaven!

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