Thursday, November 28, 2013

Happy Thanksgiving Feather Gradient Nail Art!

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I hope you all have a wonderful day and eat tons of delicious food! I'll be at my parents' house all day doing just that. ;) I love me a good gradient and this autumn-inspired one has me drooling almost as much as the thought of pumpkin pie!


To create the gradient, I dug through my collection and found a light tan, a burnt orange, a red, and a darker berry red (I'm so sorry I don't remember exactly which ones I used!). I painted all my nails with the light tan and then painted stripes of each color onto a sponge and sponged them onto my nails. Once that was all dry, I stamped a feather image onto each nail with white polish and finished with top coat.


What are you wearing on your nails for Thanksgiving? Are you going Black Friday shopping? I hope everyone stays warm and safe out there, I know how nuts it can get!

17 comments:

  1. Happy Thanksgiving! Love this mani:)

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  2. Lovely gradient. The colours work so well together!

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  3. This is wonderful, Happy Thanksgiving to you!

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  4. Happy Thanksgiving!!!!! This is beyond cute! What a fabulous gradient!

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  5. That gradient is probably the most gorgeous gradient I have come across! I'll have to try the striping directly onto the sponge method soon!

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  6. I agree with Cait... the most gorgeous elegant gradient I've come across in a long time!! beautiful.

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  7. Wow! This indeed is one of the most gorgeous gradients I've seen so far... Love the stamping over it too! What plate is that? Cheeky?

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  8. Really nice! I think it works even without the stamping.

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  9. the colors in your gradient! so perfect!!!

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  10. I love this manicure! I think I wouldn't have stamped over it because I like it better without the stamping but it does work together :)

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