So this is my new teddy bear. He is made out of Alpaca fur, which is INCREDIBLY soft. That surprised me; I did not think they would be, but as soon as I picked up the bear I had to have it. Thankfully, by boyfriend bought it for me. :D
To celebrate my new bear, I decided to do teddy bear fimo nails. With accent nails of teddy faces. :)
My original design was going to be a warm sunset with trees, but I majorly messed up the gradient, because I used polishes that had a very sticky consistency that did not work well. But as everyone should know by now, crackle solves all problems!
The base colors are Nerds Lemonade and Watermelon, which are downright horrible to use, but smell GREAT. XD Then used China Glaze Black Mesh.
This was a design I did on the 9th for my boyfriend. It was our 7yr Anniversary and I wanted to do something he would like, and his favorite colors are green and black. (He's a huge Green Lantern fan, too. Comics, not the movie)
I did a base of 2 coats of Sally Hansen's White On, to make sure the neon Green would have a good base.
Then I did 2 coats of Nina Ultra Pro Lime Light and while they were still wet I did dots of Orly liquid vinyl that I dragged upwards to make little flames.
This is Sally Hansen's Wet Cement as a base, and a did a black crackle over it diagonally with China Glaze's Black Mesh.
Wet Cement is yet another color I am not a huge fan of, but I really like the way black crackle looks with it. Plus everyone needs a grey in their collection for those days when you NEED it to do a design.