You may be asking, what is the Polish Armoire? Is it a blog about what Polish people have in their wardrobes? Is it about a nail polish full of wardrobe? Err I mean is it about a wardrobe full of nail polish? Well I hope the below photo clears up any confusion you may have!
I don’t quite have a wardrobe full of nail polish… oh who am I kidding, I don’t have anywhere near a wardrobe full of nail polish (unless you live in a doll house in which case I have more than 200 wardrobes full of nail polish). I guess the name Polish Armoire stems from a fantasy – imagine having a walk-in wardrobe filled not with clothes, but with nail polish! (Let’s stealthily ignore the fact that walk-in armoires technically do not exist – except in Narnia)
Update: After searching the great land of Google for walk-in armoires I have discovered that they DO exist!
But I digress. You probably want to find out how I created the above mani (also known as my favourite stamping creation to date). I created this back when I had first discovered the existence of nail stamping and had bought a bunch of konad plates. I couldn’t decide on which design to use when I thought: why not do a skittle stamping design?
Sidenote: I have since discovered that “skittle-mania” is very common when a person has a plethora of new polish or stamping options and is faced with the dilemma of choice. It is quite an amusing phenomenon to observe.
Polishes/Stamping Plates Used:
Jordana Pearl – sheer light pink (silver shimmer), 1 coat, 3-free
Konad Special Nail Polish in Blue, White, and Red – bonus points for guessing the country flag the order of these colours represent!
Konad Stamping Plates:
Thumb: m48 (cherries)
Index: m48 (playing cards), m3 (hearts and stars)
Middle: m14 (lollipop and cupcakes)
Ring: m14 (american flag star and twinkling stars)
Pinky: m45 (american flag tip)
Want to be updated on new posts?
Follow me via the links at the top of my sidebar.
If you enjoyed this post I’d really appreciate it if you took a second to “like” it.