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Reddit Nails!

For those that don't know, I'm pretty big into a site called Reddit.  It's just a site to aggregate links and content but on top of that it has the most amazing community.  I've met all my friends here in Toronto from all the meetups we have and there's an amazingly supportive nail art community in Reddit Lacqueristas.  Without the support from everyone there, I wouldn't still be doing this.  So, as a very small token of appreciation to everyone, redditor or not, I present to you Reddit Nails!

To start with, I used my favourite nude, Orly Pure Porcelain.  Then, using a small brush and the acrylic paints I got at the art store for $6, I freehanded the following design. 





The Verdict:  I'm happy with how these came out, mostly because they're so cute.  Gotta keep practising with the paints though :)

Side note:  The Reddit Monthly Meetup is on this weekend at the Artful Dodger in Toronto.  I'd love to meet some of you!  And don't worry, every single person there, of the 100 of us, would have had to come alone for the first time, and we don't bite :)

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  1. Yay a fellow Redditor!

    These are awesome.

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  2. How does one join Reddit? I live quite close to TO!

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    1. Hello! We have a whole subreddit at http://www.reddit.com/r/Torontoevents/ and a post about the meetup Saturday night just went up. You don't have to do anything special, just show up! Imma do mega glittery nails again, so you'll know it's me :D

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  3. SO - when does the narwhal bacon? :D

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  4. I love the thumbnail! This gets a great, big upvote in my book! :D

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