Monday, November 12, 2012
Stamping With Mash Plate 49 Over Avon Strawberry Polish, and Black Shatter from OPI
Happy Monday everyone. Let me just be honest and say that I am so glad it is a new week. Last week sucked ass! I had PMS all week and on top of that came down with Strep Throat! I am sure that my PMS was on high from the Strep, too. We spent all of our grocery money on the doctors visit, but oh well. What can you do. Looks like we will be on a steady diet of what ever is in our pantry, which isn't much! Won't be the first time we've had to do this, and I'm sure it won't be the last.
Today was the first day I have had energy since Thursday. I went to bed at 4 on Thurdsday and slep until I went to work at 5, worked a half day on Saturday, went home sick, noticed my throat was white, went to the doctor and then slept. I was so mad that I had to miss the Monster Truck show. My parents pre bought my husband and me tickets since we couldn't afford them, and it was the first year in five years that I didn't have to work this particular event. Imagine my anger. Good thing I was too tired to do anything about it.
Enough about my crap weekend. On to the more important things in life, my nails! I saw this mani that Valiantly Varnished did I was so excited to use it. As I was looking through my polishes the other day I almost threw out my crackle because let's face it, no one uses them anymore. But her mani did and i fell in love with it. I am going to play around with this idea until I finish off my bottle of crackle, so weather or not you like this mani, be prepared to see some more like this. :-) I hadn't used my crackle in so long that I actually had to use thinner in it! And yes, it works just fine.
Base coat: Sally Hansen Triple Strong Advanced Gel Nail Fortifier
Base color: Strawberry from Avon - 1 coat
Crackle: Black Shatter from OPI
Stamping color: Stamp Me! White from Essence
Stamping plate: Mash 49
Top coat: Sally Hansen Insta-Dri Anti-Chip Top Coat
What do you guys think? Still hate crackle or could you wear something like this?