Today I have my final (late) Christmassy look for the Digital Dozen’s Christmas in July theme to share with you! Like my first look for the week, when I used pink and blue instead of red and green, I decided to use less Christmassy colours, but stick with seasonal imagery. I love purple, so I used multiple shades of purple for this look!
It looks like I was a bit ambitious thinking that I could handle a full week of posts for Digital Dozen after my long blog hiatus! I’m a bit late with my last couple of posts, but I’m glad I’m finally managing to share this nail art with you.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted – over 3 months, in fact. Did you miss me? This is by far the longest I’ve ever been away from Painted Fingertips. It was an unintended hiatus as I got pretty sick and just didn’t have it in me to be doing nail art, never mind everything else that goes into a blog post. The good news is that I’m feeling better, so I’m back! I may stick with a slower posting schedule for now; if I’m honest, I didn’t miss blogging as much as I thought I would. It also didn’t seem as though many people really noticed I was gone, and while I enjoy doing nail art for myself, my blog is about sharing it with you. With that in mind, I hope that you will enjoy my upcoming posts!
Some items in this post were provided for my honest review.
It’s almost time for another Polish Pickup! If you’re reading this, you’re probably already familiar with Polish Pickup, but if not, it’s a monthly pop-up shop where exclusive polishes are available for just one weekend from a variety of indie brands, all inspired by the same theme. Each brand participating has just one exclusive polish available, so it’s a great way to try polishes from a variety of brands and there are always some breathtaking creations available. April’s theme is famous works of art and today I have Northern Star Polish’s creation to share with you.
Welcome back for day 2 of Digital Dozen week! This week’s theme is books, and yesterday I shared a look inspired by the Charter magic of Sabriel, Lirael, and Abhorsen by Garth Nix. Today’s nails are inspired by a book, but not a storybook.