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A Different Take on Glitter Polka Dots

So some of you may have noticed that I'm somewhat partial to glitter, especially VERY ORDERLY GLITTER.  The challenge, once I've gone through all the colours, is to find something different to do with it. I tried something different last night - a twist on the polka dots I've done in the past.  I accidently bands of glitter - not covering the whole nail - and it came out well.

First up, I started with two coats of Nicole by OPI The Right Thing, a reddish coral colour.  I had my blue and gold glitter out and it really took a while to decide which base colour to use.  Using my normal glitter-placing technique, I first placed the grid of blue glitter and filled in the spaces with the gold.  The result is very sparkly and almost looks like gingham, for some odd reason.   







The Verdict: GLITTERRRRR <3<3 Yep, that's it.

.....giveaway still going too :D....

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