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Nail Challenge Day 22: Inspired by Fabric

Fabric inspired! Oh my brown and green little printed dress has inspired today's design :)


Get the Look:
1.Apply two coats of Sacha Forbidden Fudge Nail polish.
2. Using Kleancolor Jazz Olive and a dotting tool, place a dot and drag to centre of flower. Do the opposite end so that two dots mean at the centre. 
3. Repeat at criss cross sections so that you have a 6 pointed, dot flower. 
4. Add a circle of joining dots to the accent nail.
5. Complete with a top coat.   


Stay tuned for more nail challenge inspired nail art and don't forget to check out my challenge buddies.




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