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Rainbow Snakeskin aka Rainbow Tire Prints

I know, the title is a little strange.. But stick with me, and I will explain.

I really wanted to do something rainbow-esque the other day.. Yet my BM plate 215 was calling my name (aka the snakeskin pattern).. Then it suddenly hit me: sponge on a wealth of colours and use the pattern on top. YEX! (and I legitimately mean 'yex' - just say it in place of 'yes', believe me, it is fun!)

What I had wanted to do was have my colours all sponged on top of a yellow base, then use grey and black layered stamping action.. Though when I tried the grey on my pinky, I hated it and just went with black. Now, it is sort of distressed in some places.. And at some points in time, it still looked like a snakeskin print to me.. Then, I was like 'no, this is something else.. but what?' THEN I thought of the obscure movie 'Rubber' and my nails resembled tire impressions.. Everything made sense to me for the rest of the day after that.

I know, I'm strange. Moving on..







I used Orly Spark as the base, followed by some sponging of OPIs Ogre-the-Top Blue and Who The Shrek Are You?, then some Orly Sol Cabana, and finally China Glaze Heli-Yum. Then I used BM plate 215 with some Wet n Wild Black Creme.

 My only remaining question: what do you see? Snakeskin? Tire print? Something entirely different - sorry, could not resist.

Have a stellar Sunday pals - it is now time for me to start up my work week.. ugh.

Comments

Minty said…
This is amazing! I love the title of this post btw...so cute!
gri said…
Either way its a cute mani!
Swååfie said…
I see.. Rainbows! Can't decide if I see tire threads or snakeskin.. But it's awesome :D
Anonymous said…
Awesome!!!

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