In the spirit of this theme, I thought it would be fun to paint nails with her to match her party!! We love to play in the polish together!
I went to Walgreens to look for supplies, and since I have their app on my iPhone, look what pops up when I walk in the door:
It knows I'm there. More stores should have something similar. I've really been digging Balance Rewards & figuring out ways to to earn more points.
One of the first things I came across was this Sally Hansen display. People are really into doing all kinds of fun things to their nails right now. I want to try color blocking my nails sometime:
Here are the goodies I found in the Sally Hansen section & decided to use for our manicures:
|Here's a link to a Pinterest party where 1 winner will win a year's supply of Sally Hansen products!|
BTW, The Xtreme, Salon Effects, Diamond & Insta Dri polishes are $1 off until 5/25
On the Walgreens website you look for products based on what kind of look you want to achieve:
I thought of making purple with white polka dots to match this Fancy Nancy dress:
Also yellow & white chevron to match the invitation and cake. Lastly, zebra print to match the invitation envelope & cake. The combination is very wild & crazy like Fancy Nancy!
Look at these precious little fingers:
It helped to use these separators to keep her from smudging her nails.
It was a little tough putting the stickers on a toddler finger, but I used finger nail clippers to shape them.
It was super easy to do the chevron & polka dots with the white nail pen. You just draw them right on & it's not very tricky. Make sure you don't get too much on the tip of the pen at once though. You will get a huge puddle on your nail!
I really know nothing about nails/nail art, but they still turned out pretty cute:
Here's a picture of our nails next to her birthday cake. I'm so excited for her party!!
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