Wednesday, April 11, 2012

100 Facebook Followers Giveaway!

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I wanted my GFC AND Facebook followers to have an equal chance at this one! 



I am giving away two handmade, one-of-a-kind frankens, stickers, and Lisa Frank mechanical pencils to the winner! 

I was inspired to make Pansy (the yellow glitter franken) when I saw these stickers. I came home and set to work! I know not everyone likes yellow, but this is yellow AND purple! Both! The purple-indigo franken is a shimmery, almost glittery semi-jelly. I dunno, I think I shall call this one...Aparajita!



You have less than one week to enter using this Rafflecopter widget! Giveaway ends on April 18th at 12am.  



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38 comments:

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  2. I posted before I saw what the question was on Rafflecopter! Duh. I wish I could draw things on my nails that I could easily do on paper, but I feel like if I get more complicated than dots or lines, it'll get too gloppy and thick and get dings in it even hours after it's dry. I would love to be able to do some of the cute nail art I've seen of fruit, animals, etc. I also wouldn't mind trying water marbling, but it looks really hard to master and messy. So I might just live vicariously through others with that one. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    1. Right away I can say that putting an image you drew under a plastic baggie then retracing with polish (and painting it in with acrylics or whatever) is the way to go! I am going to do a detailed plastic bag nail art tutorial (step by painful step) again soon, but I do have one in one of my first posts to give you an idea. It can be a bit poofy on the nail, but if you use acrylic paint it might not be :)) HTH!

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  3. Text on nails! I see it but can NOT do it!! :)

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    1. Oooh do you mean newspaper nails or something else? I can get behind that.

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  4. I want to start learning with dotting and some light free hand. I just want to get some brushes and dotting tools so I can do all this!

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    1. I got my brushes for around $3 at....ok I don't remember, but anyhow! They were in a package of 10. I have modified a bunch of them to be what I want them to be. Dotting tools are also suuuper cheap on ebay. They take a little while to get to you, but they are really fun!

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  5. I really suck at water marbling :(

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    1. Me too, but hopefully I can get better and show y'all some techniques!

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  6. Marbling (both dry and water)! And I wish I could do free hand nail art on my dominant hand! Aaahhh! To be ambidextrous!

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    1. You are gonna want to check out my latest post, a tutorial on baggie painting! It makes it look like you are ambidextrous, seriously. All it takes is a baggie and a general idea of how big each nail is. It takes time, but so worth it :)) You can even make little decals this way.

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  8. I would love to master water marbling and sponges!
    Thank you so much for the chance:)

    Éva I.

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    1. I am going to try to do a gradient with a sponge soon. I will post a tutorial, fair or no fail :))

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    1. ME too! I hope we can get there, I will be sure to try this soon *kicks self for not getting filtered water*

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    1. I personally watch videos on youtube for good stamping technique; it is so hard to read something about it without seeing it done! That is why I usually don't post stamping tutorials :/

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    1. Trying, I will get a tutorial going soon!!!

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  12. i want to be able to try stamping and master that. only if i had a konad system.

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    1. What I did is buy a Red Angel set (Cheeky is also good I hear, I dont think Red Angel plates are good anymore) and a Konad Double ended stamper and also black and white Konad Special polish. I use an old credit card to scrape. Cheeky also makes bigger designs for bigger/longer nails that I love called XL (they are huge plates). Hope this helps!

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  13. water marbling and freehand on my dominant hand

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  14. Water marbling, as I have been to scared to try! Every wknd I think of other things I need to do in order to not just sit down and try it! LOL! Sponging is another. I did ok on a test one, so maybe I am getting better! : )

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  15. ok, it's a very simple one, but for the life of me i cannot stop flooding my cuticles! so...just basic painting is what i want to master!!!

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  16. slowly trying to master water marbling and stamping

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  17. Any of them. Seriously, I'm horrible at everything besides sponging. I guess I'll just have to practice more!

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  18. marbling! I don't know what's wrong with the water I use but the polish just wont spread.

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  19. Water marbling!! Polish always seems to dry wayy too fast before I can manage to get a nice swirly pattern going. =(

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  20. Water marbling and stamping! Everyone seems to have this down, I just need to persevere!

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  21. I really, royally suck at water marbling, but really, I'd just like to get nail art down.

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  22. I'd like to master Water Marbling! :)

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  23. Water marbling! I tried it once..didn't work right!

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  24. Water Marbling like everyone else; looks like I should be able to master it but.... :(

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  25. water marbling... it looks so hard :(

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