I LOVE to do my nails and try different styles with them. But basic french style manicures always scared me a little bit because there is really no room for error. It either looks good or it doesn’t. So this past week I decided to practice doing some on my nails. I think they turned out pretty good for a first try. I’m actually about to take them off now as I was meaning to have this post up earlier. Let me know what you think in the comments.
I have a small business where I sell, glitter mixes and other things for nail art and crafts. i have tried selling with ebay and bigcartel. I see a lot of people using etsy. People with businesses, which do you like better and why? Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
Charcoal has always been so..eww to me. It was always either too hard or too soft. It smudges, and I have to be very careful that I don’t place my wrist down when I’m drawing. So I have always been hesitant to use it in my art work. Recently I FINALLY had a little time do doodle. And wanted to tackle my fear. These are my first completed drawings wiith charcoal. A little crude I know, but I’m actually very proud of how they turned out. You can actually tell what everything is haha.
So I spent at least three hours finding the right theme for ninarejoyces. I love the new theme. I think it is perfect for the direction I want to take my blog in. It’s clean so that my artwork will be center focus. Also it’s elegant and the fonts are neat and clear for when I want to write an update post like this one. I have wanted to get this done for forever. It took a sick day to finally give me the time. Now that I’ve exhausted myself and I feel all woozy…I think I’ll go to bed. Thank you again to all who have followed my blog.
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