We used Revlon’s Nail Enamel in “Bewitching”#620, Sally Hansen’s Xtreme wear “White On” #300, and Revlon’s Colorstay in “Indigo Nights” #180. I really like this red…it is a fabulous deep cranberry. Lovely stuff…the first time I think I have ever worn red!
|And now for one of my better tricks (yup, broken toe). My brothers would be proud. Heh, heh, heh…|
Contact paper + tiny star punch = lovely little toenail stars. I found my punch at Hobby Lobby. Cut a piece of contact paper a little smaller than the size of your toenail. Punch out your star(s), take off the backing, apply thoroughly to dry blue painted toenail. Paint on a thin-ish layer of white, immediately (and carefully) remove the contact paper.
I used patterned contact paper this time, but I’d like to try clear contact paper next time. I’ll bet that stuff is a DREAM for this type of project!
|Now down the hatch with those tasty 4th of July eats already!|
One last, and very important note. Thank you to all of the soldiers who have fought and died for our freedom and for those who continue to do so. I hope we will always remember that “Freedom isn’t free”.