Of Up-cycled Manis, Great Music And Art

Spruce Springsteen with a layer of gold sandwiched between

My post today proves why I am not a real nail blogger. My nail things are usually connected with something I am wearing or somewhere I am going. 
Up-cycle didn’t start out that way, but that’s how it ended. 

My beginning nail color started off as a multi purchase from an Indie on ETSY. I bought five minis from Huemorisa, three colors that were part of a set called Enchanted Garden and two others that I threw in.

One of the “throw ins” was a green polish with orange micro glitter named Spruce Springsteen. The name alone made me want it. 

The polish was much more vibrant on the Internet. For me, it kind of died when I put it on. So here comes Up-cycle #1. I pulled out Wet N’ Wild’s The Gold and the Beautiful for a third layer and then did another layer of Spruce. This I liked. I carried the gold idea out a little more by swiping  gold on the fingertips. 

Then came our art and music night. So I just added to the gold design. And there is my Up-cycle #2. It was a great night and I will always remember those nails because of it. 

The line up: Seche Vite top coat, Wet N Wild’s The Bold and the Beautiful, Huemorista’s
Spruce Springsteen, and LA Color’s Topaz for the tip ends and triangular design’s

Part of the musical lineup was Betsy Ellis and Mikel Shapiro, two very talented women.

Some of Rachelle’s work was up also

 Rachelle in front of more of her fiber work.
You can’t tell, but she is wearing Koi Pond by Rainbow Honey. It is a gorgeous glitter

2 thoughts on “Of Up-cycled Manis, Great Music And Art

  1. Cool nails, I love a good nail polish name too. I just bought Seche Vite, I LOVE it. I don't know how I ever did my nails without it! Thanks for posting it on the Nailificent community of Google+.

    Laura-Jane x


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