Day 15: Delicate Print
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So today's challenge is "delicate print" which is pretty vague but I figured I would just use something dainty and frilly from the stamping plates and use a pastel, which is why I started with
3 coats of Revlon Gumdrop.
I really wish I had another lilac, because this one is not the best. 3 coats is pushing it and it takes f o r e v e r to dry. It does smell faintly sweet but not noticeably so.
Now, for the "delicate print" I used plate BM20 and Milani Gold Lamé (maybe I should get another gold so that I don't have to type that accent. It's a lot of extra trouble).
Look! I got off my lazy sick bum and took a picture outside!
It's nice. I would definitely call it delicate. Although I don't like feeling so girly all day, but purple is better than pink. This would make nice wallpaper too...
Hmm. I don't have much to say about this one! I like it. I feel guilty when I'm not funny, but really not everything lends itself to hilarity! I do what I can. :)