Hello! Well, hello to those who are still kind enough to read my posts despite my absence from blogging. I would like to say a massive thank you to everybody who still visits or has visited my blog even though I haven’t posted. I found out the difficult way, A levels are very time consuming and although I may be several months into the learning process, time management has been one of my weaker skills. I haven’t painted my nails in about a month,( 😫 ) let alone posted. I do still have my Halloween decals to post… But this will be part of a water decal overview, maybe in the new year. I have really missed blogging and I hope to do several Christmas designs before the big day! So please don’t give up on my blog completely! 🙄
My last post seems like a lifetime ago. Which is probably true. Fortunately though, my Countdown to Christmas program that I produced last year hasn’t failed to let me down! Last year, I went for an advent calendar style posting method, revealing a new design each day of December. Please excuse the photo quality. My year ago self blogged with a ‘that’ll do’ attitude as I just couldn’t wait to get my creations out there and I was pretty clueless about editing, watermarks and photo sizes. These days however, when I do post, I spend a lot of time editing photo brightness, size and so on adding watermarks (I’d rather not spoil a photo with a logo or watermark however, some websites like ‘taking’ photos without giving credit to the owner, something that really annoys me! 😡), followed my writing mammoth posts, several grammar and spelling checks (but I still manage to make mistakes…), photo uploads, tags, categories and pressing the final ‘publish’ button.
I do have a new design prepared however, I won’t be posting that right now. Instead, I will be doing a review of my previous Christmas designs from last year. As I said, please excuse the photo quality. Here are some of my favourite designs from last Christmas.
I really liked creating these Nordic nail combinations last year. I used a variety of designs as inspiration and used a ‘mix and match’ approach for this design. My favourite part has to be the reindeer on the thumb. These nails can be easily created with a white striper or nail art pen. You can read the full post here.
2. Santa Nails
I created these nails on Christmas eve last year. They’re very easy to create and I just used the nail polish brushes and a dotting tool to create these santas.
3. Santa suit
These nails would go really well with the above santa nails. They’re also quite simple to produce and you can also produce Elf suits by replacing the red polish with green.
I love producing snowflake nails at Christmas. They are easy to create and each snowflake is unique. I use my Barry M nail art pens ad basically doodle all over my nails, creating different snowflakes on each nail. My design that I’ll be posting soon will feature some snow flakes so watch this space!
That’s all for today’s post! Thanks for reading! New post soon 🙂 Although I’ve only just realised how close it is to christmas… Woah. I will try my best to add a few more designs 🙂 🎅🎄