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ThanksGiving Turkey Nail Art

It's always good to stop and remember all the things we are thankful for. I've been really blessed with a wonderful family, circles of friends, good job and amazing talents from God.
While we do not celebrate Thanksgiving here in the Caribbean as a holiday, we can still have fun with their nail art, after all we still have turkeys. Gobble, gobble!




My base nail color is from Sally Hansen Lustre Shine called Copperhead. I used two coats of this color. For all the nail besides the accent nail I added a bit of sparkle at shine to the tips using Santee Cute Sparkle nail polish.

The accent nail used a variety of fall colors in acrylic paints to draw on a cute turkey.


What are you thankful for? Happy Thanksgiving 2013!

Dell'amore e Della Bellezza
XoXo
 


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