12 Days of Christmas Nail Art: Nativity Scene

Good morning everyone! I can’t believe that it’s the last day of the challenge. Everyone who has joined this time has really stepped up their game, and I’m just thrilled that people continue to want to join my little challenge.

For the last day of the challenge – freestyle prompt – I decided to do a nativity scene. I’ve started off with a gradient of Sinful Colors Tidal Wave (light blue), Burning Bright (bright blue), Hot Spot (darker shimmery blue). I then used Queen of Beauty sponged on for a smattering of stars.

Night sky nail art | Be Happy And Buy Polish

Then using Black on Black, Snow Me White, ellagee milk glass, and OPI Goldeneye, I created the manger, plus the Virgin Mary, baby Jesus in a crib, and St. Joseph.

Nativity scene nail art | Be Happy And Buy Polish

I’m not real pleased with how my silhouettes look, but you know, for doing this last night at 11:30, I’m okay with it!

Nativity scene nail art | Be Happy And Buy Polish

If you’ve missed one of my nail art looks, please check them out before you go:

Snowflakes nail art
Christmas tree nail art
Calvin & Hobbes snowmen nail art
Santa nail art
Ice blue/white nail art
3 French hens nail art
Red/green nail art
Christmas Decorations nail art
Christmas glitter nail art
Ugly Sweater nail art
Christmas Presents nail art

If you haven’t yet joined Challenge Your Nail Art, please do! We have so much fun, and our little group is supportive of every skill level – beginner to advanced.

I’m also joining up with The Sparkle Queen’s holiday blog hop:

I’ll be posting tomorrow, but I just want to take this opportunity to wish you, my reader (yes YOU!), a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. May the holiday season not be a source of pain, hurt, or strife for you, but season of peace, love, and joy. If that isn’t going to happen, I hope you have plenty of booze to get you through family get-togethers. 😉


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