Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Poor Unlucky Irish Bastard!



Yeah...See what I mean?!
Hello My fellow Konaddicts!  How to like that for the luck O' the Irish!?  Polished up my pretties, forgot to photo them before we gutted the garage of the old cabinetry.  Sadly-my nail was a casualty or the garage remodel, and we are't even close to being done.
                                                                    

Wish I could take credit for the "kiss me" I'm irish idea- BUT I CAN"T.  My sister did a manicure and told me about it.  So I kloned it.  I have her Konadicure below, you will see how funny it is that ours are so different!
Lets just tuck that nasty broken one away, shall we?  Try to envision the a complete set of painted digits.

                                                                                      
See?

Anyhow, here is what you would need for this Konadicure

                                                                                                
Pretty straight forward.
A Black base color, Konad image plates m4, m22, and m56.  Konad Princess Polish in Apple Green

Simply paint your base color, stamp the tips, and the extra clovers here and there.  Pretty basic right?

Let's have a look at the uber darling Irish Konadi my sis is sporting.

How dainty is that!?  Yes, I agree- very cute indeed!  And VERY wearable I might add.

Here's what you'll need.

Konad image plates m4, m22, m37, & m80.  Konad Princess Polish in Apple green, Konad Special Polish in White, and A Konad top coat for good measure;)

Do it like this...

And don't forget the Irish!

                                                                                                  

So....get a little green this St Patty's Day!

Good luck! (hope you don't end up with an unlucky little stubby like mine!)

'till your next fix...

20 comments:

Camy said...

Sooo pretty!

Ayuu said...

Oh, they are pretty ! I love both Konadicure, they are cute ^^ I also like the green and black combo you used, they go well together !

'chelle said...

They're both so pretty! It sucks about your nail, I hate it when that happens grrrr.

I missed out on doing my own St Patricks Day NOTD unfortunately but thanks for posting yours!

Brenda said...

Oh I love these! I have a thing for 4 leaf clovers, I need that plate! :)

Crazy how that special polish looks so different on each base! Thanks!!

PowerLifterChick said...

Oh your poor thing!
Well...At least we are in good company with the St Patty's day mishaps!

Both manis look awesome!

Brooke said...

hahaha, love your post title - poor nail! thanks for sharing :)

Perfect10Beauty said...

Very cute and festive!

Jessica said...

Great blog title and great nails! Maybe I do need that plate :)

Arie said...

Oh my! I also broke the same one , but the other hand :(
waaaa! so I used fakes for my st Paddy's mani.

Mary Ann said...

Both are cute styles love them!

Caro said...

Hi, I just wanna tell you, that I love your konadicures. I found your blog, fortunately, by accident while searching on google for a photo of a konad plate. Your pictures are so inspiring. I just wanted to do some new naildesigns with my plates right now, but at moment I am still at work, what a pity ;-)

best wishes from germany :-)

yoko said...

waw =) you(re doing so well... These nail art are beautiful =)
I'm just descovering you website ;)

Saori said...

I love these 2 konadicures, the first is wonderful !!!!

gildedangel said...

Those are both so pretty!!!

konADDICT said...

Thanks Caro! Hope by now you've done that mani!

Saori...thanks, I rather like my sisters, very wearable too!

Yoko...Welcome...so glad you found me!

Debbie said...

awesome! I cant wait till I get mine !!

Krystia said...

Both nail designs are cute and simple enough to recreate.
xoxo

Gigi said...

Does Konad make any plates with country flags on them? I've seen the Korean flag, I'd like to know if they have others. Thanks.

ieshamay said...

I am new to Kondad, how did you do the Kiss Me I'm Irish?

ieshamay said...

How did you do the "IRISH" part of this design? I can't find any stamps that have script like that...