Thursday, December 5, 2013

How about some Owl-y Love with Moon Sugar Decals?


Hey folks!
I've been hard at work behind the scenes this week painting furious amounts of nails for some upcoming blog posts, so thats why it's been a bit quiet around these parts...but trust me when I say that it won't be quiet for pretty much the rest of December!
Digit-al Dozen hits next week and following that, I will be doing a massive top polishes marathon of posts that will bring us right through to Christmas!


For todays post, I am showing you some very adorable little owl water decals I was sent by Moon Sugar Decals. These decals retail for $3.99 for a sheet of 36.

I started this mani off with a watercolor smoosh base of brights by Color Club - Silver Lake, Almost Famous, Warhol and Age of Aquarius.
As you can see - I have nubs...I had 3 nails patched and then one broke and I was like ugh....so over the patch. So I just cut them ALL down. I'm also working on new photography techniques (aka using a tripod to remove shadows) so hopefully I grasp the hang of that soon.

Here are the decals, they come on a sheet and include a seperate sheet of instructions. These decals aren't diecut, so you will need to trim them as close to the design borders as possible.

And here they are on! So cute!!

The decals were extremely easy to work with - they were ready to slide off in about 10 seconds and the edges were invisible after top coating the entire design.

Moon Sugar has some really cute designs to choose from - AND, they also do CUSTOM DECALS!
I love that!
You can check their shop out HERE, and their Facebook HERE.
And as a special offer, they have extended a COUPON CODE to my readers:
25% OFF (expires Dec. 31, 2013) using code 25GNARLY



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Missy Molotov

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