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Nail Challenge Day 27: Inspired by Artwork

Every so often I guess I'm like a writer with writer's block except mine is in terms of nail designs. Nail art block! haha. For this challenge, I didn't have a personal piece to draw inspiration from so instead I took to the world wide web for that. I found this beautiful piece of digital art called Purple Spring by Dianar87.


It didn't turn out how I wanted it to be and of course when you apply a top coat and it smudges your design you want to just scream. Oh well! 


Hoping I get my groove back soon!
Stay tuned for Day 28: Inspired by a Flag and be sure to stop by Jayne's blog Cosmetic Proof and Traci's blog DrinkCitra to see what gorgeous designs they also created for this challenge! 

Happy Artwork!
XOXO
Bellezza Bee

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