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Rainbow Leopard Nails

I am a fan of Kelly-Anne of Tiny Tangerines.. And when she posted these up, I bookmarked it for safe keeping. Last night I was scouring through all of my saved links and images.. I was so indecisive, until I saw these again - then I knew exactly what I had to do!



I used just a wealth of nail polish.. So, let's get started on the list: China Glaze Sugar High, China Glaze Heli-Yum, China Glaze Breakin', Essie Orange, It's Obvious!, China Glaze Lemon Fizz, BYS Yellow Sunshine, China Glaze Gaga For Green, Butter London British Racing Green, OPI What's With The Cattitude?, OPI No Room For The Blues, China Glaze Sweet Hook, China Glaze Spontaneous, Essie Shine Of The Times, and Orly Liquid Vinyl.

Lots of colours, lots of activity, lots of love!

Though I did wreck them while making supper this evening. LAME! But I guess that gives me an excuse to try out something that arrived today (ommmminous!!!)

Also.. I'M AT 400 FOLLOWERS! What?! I am so excited! I have to collect a few more goodies, then I can post up a little giveaway, awwwwe yeah!

Thank you to each and every one of you that has taken a glance or three at what I have ever posted - and then decided to click 'follow', you're all amazing, and I appreciate you all!

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Kelly-Anne said…
THEY LOOK AMAZING!!!!

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 It counts, right?

Ugh. I love it.

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