Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Thankful Bloggers Guest Post Series~Peace, Love, and Polish







Hello!  Today is another installment of the Thankful Bloggers Guest Post Series.  Today's post is from Heather of Peace, Love, & Polish. She's been one of my favorites for a while and I'm super happy that she agreed to do a post on my blog.  She does a lot of awesome nail art and swatch posts so be sure to check out her blog.  

Heather, thank you so much for doing a post for me, I'm so glad to have you here.  :) ~Amber



Hey all! I am so excited to be guest posting on Amber's blog - she is AMAZING and I admire her work, I wish I had half the talent she's got! When it comes down to thinking about what I am most thankful for - it all comes down to one thing, my family. It seems cliche, I know, but really - they have given me everything I know of: life, respect, confidence and love. They encourage me to do what I believe in, and even my crazy ideas for crafts, nail stuff etc. I feel like everything in my life comes from my thankfulness for my family - even blogging! There's so much to be thankful for now a-days, and I'm just glad I have my family.













For this mani I wanted to do something transitional from Fall to Winter, which is honestly what I think of when I think about Thanksgiving time - so I decided to be dark and sparkly. I used Julep Trina (purple) on my thumb, pointer & middle fingers. I used China Glaze Fireside Glow on my ring and pinky fingers. I then added some white details using white polish and then added a little of Fireside Glow to that to bring it all together.

Thanks for reading my little tid-bit of what I'm thankful for, and also, just know, I am thankful for all of you encouraging me to keep up with the nail art and blogging! It's made me feel so wonderful and humble knowing I have a great support system in the nail blogging community. Thank you Amber for allowing me to share this. Happy Thanksgiving Ya'll!














3 comments:

  1. Amber! Thank you so much for asking me to do this :)

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  2. The mani is beautiful, and so is this iniciative! Love the concept of thankful bloggers guests!

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