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Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Some of my nail art ;)

I have not been able to upload pics from my iPad to my blog until now...so I'm hoping now I can with the app :) 

I wanted to share some of my nail art from when I was doing nails in Idaho...I'm in the process of getting my Idaho nail license transferred to Oklahoma. It's been difficult not doing nails. I find a lot of happiness doing it.

Here's some of my stuff :) 

These are MY own nails...I did them almost 2 weeks ago. I LOVE shellac (CND gel polish) these are my natural nails that's right! I enjoy keeping my nails colorful and full of nail art ;) 

I even recently entered a nail art contest...I had to recreate a famous artist/painting. I did the Norman Rockwell painting "Sunset" when I hear back on it I'll be sure to post about it ;) 

**This is some original nail art I entered into a FB contest & won some CND vinylux product with...

I'm just sooooo happy that I have been able to do things I Love despite CYSTIC FIBROSIS....and a DOUBLE LUNG TRANSPLANT.... I'm thankful for my talents and my life!!!

1 comment:

Crystal Locke said...

I love your nail art. Very artistic with the designs you do. Im glad you are having fun doing nails.

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