Hunger Games: The Nails On FIRE! I did these nails with my new Sonoma Nail Art indie polish “Pumpkin Hurl” which you can buy now in my etsy store here. Read about this mani and how I did it on my blog.
Halloween/Fall colors will be stocked in my etsy store at 12 noon Pacific today! (3pm Eastern) Check out my shop by clicking here.
A tribute to my dear sister-in-law Erin, who passed away 2 months ago. I used the one bottle of polish she owned as the base color, and painted her favorite flower, a Gerbera Daisy, on my ring finger as a tribute. Read the details on my blog.
For April Fool’s Day, I told everyone I was moving to Tacoma (I’m not) and that I was changing my brand to Tacoma Nail Art. Here is one of the polishes inspired by Tacoma: Tacoma Doma. There are still a few bottles of this polish left, for you die hard Tacoma fans. You see it every day on I-5, now wear it on your fingertips. Click here to check out Tacoma Doma custom nail polish on etsy. Bonus: each order of Tacoma Doma comes with free Tacoma nail decals. Awwwww yeah……
Don’t Eat the Polish Collection - View post.
Sonoma Nail Art
Bag O Glass (over American Apparel Mount Royal)
Very Small Rocks
Silly Bee’s Chickadees
Soggy Sod (over China Glaze Budding Romance)
Limited edition! The last of these bottles restocked on etsy.com (look for Sonoma Nail Art and Silly Bee’s Chickadees) this Friday at noon Pacific! Thanks for the great review Chalkboard Nails!
Oddly enough, my One Fish Two Fish bento does not have any fish products in it. Read more on my blog. Happy birthday Dr. Seuss!
One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish. Base color is Lime Crime Once In A Blue Mousse. See how I painted this tribute to Dr. Seuss on my blog.
Super kawaii cookies in my bento. Read more on my blog.
Smiley hard boiled egg bento with cukes, carrots, teriyaki chicken meatballs, yellow cherry tomatoes, and yaki onigiri. Read more on my bloggy blog.
This is pitiful. A thousand people freezing their butts off waiting to worship a rat. What a hype. Groundhog Day used to mean something in this town. They used to pull the hog out, and they used to eat it. You’re hypocrites, all of you!
HAPPY GROUNDHOG DAY!