Friday, May 14, 2010

Vintage Cowboy Nail Art For PHD's Challenge

Here is my entry for polish hoarder disorder's challenge. We had to use (at least two) of the colors red, green, teal and white. Optional silver and glitter. The theme was vintage! My kind of theme!! The other entries are awesome! It is so cool to see how different everyone's designs are!

For my entry, I went with the vintage cowboy look. I just love the vintage western style. There was a ton of inspirational material in this genre! I found this vintage fabric and it fit the bill for the challenge! Click the picture to see where I found it.
The ring finger is a rooster and the middle finger is a cowboy on a bucking bronco. The base of the rooster's tail has two pieces of glitter.

Here are the colors I used to meet the requirements:
Red: China Glaze China Rouge
Green: Unnamed Goldie
Teal: Rescue Beauty Lounge Teal
White: OPI Alpine White
Silver: (kind of a loose interpretation) China Glaze Recycle


Polish Hoarder said...

You did such a great job! Thanks again for participating :)

Niki* said...

These are super cute! Good luck!!!

Heather / Eyeconic said...

This is amazing! I love it :D

April said...

This is one of my new favorite manicures of all time! Amazing job as always! I wanted to enter the challenge but didn't have time this week.

Lacquer Ware for Tips and Toes said...

OMG! Those are just awesome! I wish I had a better word than awesome because I'd use it. lol How very cool!

dailypolish said...

man. i can't believe you free handed that, i'm in awe. seriously, mad skills!!!! i can barely konad!! :D

would you mind updating your blogroll link from to ?


Jackie S. said...

Awesome! nail Art, great job!

betty jordan wester said...

omg- these are beautiful! i esp love the rooster.

KarenD said...

I love this so much! I have a huge fabric collection--never occurred to me to use it as inspiration for my nail polish. Thanks for the great idea!

Felix wants you to check out my nail art!!

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