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12 Days of The Hunger Games: Day 2

Pop quiz time my doves..


You have to be me, and if you've been following me for awhile, you should get this.. I see this colour on my nails and I need to DO something with it.. What do I do?

I think I can hear some of you shouting the correct answer..


Oh yeah, I snakeskin it.. Of course!

I used China Glaze Agro as the base, followed with some stamping (BM plate 215) of WnW Black Creme and Orly Glitz.. I'm not going to lie.. I love this.. And I think it will be something I sport.. A lot!

Day 1 tomorrow.. And the official opening day of the movie.. For those keeping track.. What polish will it be tomorrow??

EDIT: I just wanted to mark this day as a bit of a downer. I'm out of town at the moment.. And received a phone call around noon today from the mother.. My sweet little baby rabbit (Lakai), was put down this afternoon. I still call her a baby, yet she, along with her remaining siblings, just turned 8 years old. In a way I'm glad I wasn't home at this time.. I'd be a mess just taking her in. Though at the same time I'm happy.. She was suffering. I just wanted to thank all of you again that left kind comments the other day.. Losing a pet at any point in time is awful.. This one especially stings as she was born in our house and we have been around her since day 1. Ugh. Must. Stop. Writing. Tears. Forming.

Comments

Inka said…
I'm gonna do fire nails when I'll be going to cinema :)
Michelle said…
I am so so sorry about Lakai. I had to put my bunny Harvey to sleep last year, on Easter Monday. I know exactly how you are feeling.
Delainie said…
@Inka - A solid choice!! I want to see them!!

@Michelle - Ugh, on Easter Monday?! That is rough!! Glad to know that you understand the gutted out kind of feeling. Not fun!
Alyssa said…
I'm so sorry about your bunny! Losing a pet is never ever easy. Hugs!

P.S. I love this mani :)
JQ said…
Beautiful snakeskin mani!

SO Sorry to hear about your bunny. :(

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