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Sunday, 3 June 2012

Jubilee Nails

It's the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, as everyone who hasn't been hiding under a rock knows.
So I just HAD to do some celebratory nail art.
I decided to switch the colours up a little and use pink, white and lilac, instead of the traditional Union Jack colours of red, white and blue.
Here's my cutesy Union Jack Jubilee nails :)


What I used:

 
Nails Inc 'Bluebell', free with InStyle mag, post here.
Rio Professional Nail Art Brushes in metallic pink and white, from Nail Art Kit, available at Argos. I've mentioned this in a few of my previous nail art posts.

I started with Bluebell:
Then the tricky part, trying to keep a steady hand:
and finally the pink:
Add some top coat and tadaaaaa:

and here's last year's Royal Wedding nails, which can also be classed as Jubilee nails:


Hope you are all having a great Jubilee weekend, despite this dull weather! Oh, to be British.

It wouldn't be a British celebration without the great British weather.

I wonder if the Queen is partying hard?!

xXx

20 comments:

  1. i love your nails. so cute ! Follow me back please? :)

    thoughtsof93.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks :) I'll check out your blog xx

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  2. Cute nails, I've just painted mine red, blue and white as I don't think I have a steady enough hand to do union jacks! New follower :)

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    1. Thank you :) Cool, I'm sure you'd be fine doing them! I'm not steady-handed at all! Thanks for following xx

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  3. beautiful nails, i'am so bad at nail art! have a good bank holiday :) x

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    1. Thank you :) I'm sure you are fine at it! Hope you have a good bank hol too xx

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  4. So cute! They look amazing, definitely a new follower here x

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  5. These are the neatest patriotic nails I have seen today! Look so good!
    I am a new follower and I can't wait for your future posts :)

    Karys x
    whoisgrumblebeard.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Haha, thank you :) Took me a while to do them!
      Thanks for following, I'm following you back :) I thought I already was as I found your blog the other night but it seems I hadn't followed!
      xx

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  6. These are so pretty! This is such a great DIY!

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  7. I did some jubilee nails today too, they look exactly like your Royal Wedding ones! :) Check them out on my blog :)
    x

    http://neenyswishlist.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/royal-jubilee-and-massive-thank-you.html

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    1. I just looked, very cool :)
      I'm following your blog now! That nail polish remover is so good, great find! Going to have to get some of that!
      xx

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  8. Lovely post!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Such a great blog! Would you like to follow each others blog on GfC and bloglovin?

    Lots of hugs,

    www.nicoleta.me

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    1. Thank you :)
      I'll check out your blog xx

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