Get Lucky Nail Art Challenge: Freestyle

Happy St. Patrick’s Day, top of the morning to ya! πŸ™‚ I hope you all are wearing a bit of green today. πŸ˜‰

Today’s nails were inspired by an icon of St. Patrick that I saw, and I decided to do symbols of St. Patrick, or symbols associated with him.
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The light green is Sinful Colors Song of Summer; the dark green is Sinful Colors San Francisco. I’ve also used Sinful Colors Black on Black and Snow White. The gold is JulieG Ornamental. Last, I’ve used G&G HK Girl for my topcoat.

Symbols of St. Patrick | Be Happy and Buy Polish

On my pointer finger is a Celtic knot; my middle finger is a shamrock (duh); my ring finger is a bishop’s stole; my pinky finger is a bishop’s mitre.
Symbols of St. Patrick | Be Happy and Buy Polish

Symbols of St. Patrick | Be Happy and Buy Polish

I have to say that I’m ridiculously excited about how my nails came out for the last day of the challenge. That Celtic knot was a bugger to do, but I’m glad I tried it! It’s the last day, let’s see everyone else’s creativeness:

I’m also adding these nails to FingerFood’s Theme Buffet Link Up, so check out the rest of those nails here:

I hope you enjoyed this challenge, we’ll be changing the name of the Facebook group to reflect that these challenges will be ongoing, so come join us! Until tomorrow,

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27 thoughts on “Get Lucky Nail Art Challenge: Freestyle

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