Last weekend I skipped the challenge because I was on a trip to Hungary, but from this a little bit later.
Now, I want to show you my interpretation for the theme Grapes Picking, it is a little bit abstract but this was the perfect time to try to make decals. I used the below seen polishes and painted two layers of black polish on a clear film and I didn't waited until it dried, I add on it a few drops of different shade of blues and red polishes. For the grape leafs I added a little bit of green too. I let them dry and add them on my nails with the help of a tweezer and finished with a clear top coat.
|This is how they looked on the cut clear film|
Now I can say that I tried this technique too, but I think that painting on the nails directly it is much easier. I am curious if you like my design and if you ever tried to make such kind of decals and what was your experience with it?
Let's see what the other girls from the group made:
- Oana - http://unghiutele.blogspot.ro/
- Gabriela - http://gabrielleboutique.blogspot.ro/
- Ana Maria - http://the-adventures-of-a-lady.blogspot.ro/
- Iulia - http://iuliafairynails.blogspot.be/
- Rita - http://addictedofbutterflies.wordpress.com/
- Andreea - www.dittanail.blogspot.ro
- Mihaela - http://elasdreams.blogspot.ro/
- Deyutza - http://deyutza87.blogspot.ro/
Andrea - http://andicolouryourlife.blogspot.ro/
- TEO - http://taitzel-make-up.blogspot.ro/
- Kinga - http://polish-blue-my-mind.blogspot.ro/
Before I finish this post I want to show you a few photos I made last weekend in the beautiful town, Gyula, Hungary. This was the first time I went there. It is a beautiful, calm little town and it is best known for its medieval castle and a thermal bath. If you have the chance go and visit it!
|The Medieval Castle|
The interior of the castle is absolutely amazing, each room holds a surprise. I made a lot of pictures there, it was hard to choose just a few one to show you.
|Nadi Boldogasszony Church|
We ate in an amazing location in the heart of the town, the walls were full with posters of rock legends and stars and of course amazing guitars. I am sorry that I don't know the story of this pub/restaurant.
I am not a big coffee drinker, but now and than I like to drink one if it is special and not just an usual espresso. Well, in Gyula I found a small little coffee shop, called Bokody Kavemuhely near to a small river (Eloviz Csatorna) and I spent an hour in the company of my lovely daughter and husband and a great Limoncello Espresso. It was a little bit strong coffee for me, but very delicious one!
If you have the opportunity to visit this great town, I recommend you and go and spend a little bit time in the Aqua Palate too, because I am sure you will have a lot of fun there!
I wish you all an amazing weekend!