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"these are a few of my favourite things" Day 4 - Favourite Food!

Hi there!  Today we have day 4 of "these are a few of my favourite things" challenge and the topic is Favourite Food!

I couldn't narrow it down to 1 so I've done a selection of my favourite foods, both savoury and sweet.

What are your favourite foods? xo

Thumb - cupcake
Pointer - seafood fried rice with satay sauce
Middle - hotdog with American style mustard
Ring - watermelon
Pinkie - jazzie sweets






*Just thought I'd show ya how I planned my nails out lol xo

Comments

  1. This is so cute- love that you did a bunch of different things.

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    1. Thanks, I really do love food so this was easier than making a decision lol xo

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  2. I just love the cupcake on your thumb! It looks all sugary. Curious, what exactly are jazzy sweets??

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    1. I used the Nails Inc sprinkles polish for the topping on the cupcake. Sprinkles are disks of white or milk chocolate covered in hundreds and thousands, they've always been one of my favourite sweets xo

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  3. That is cool, I use a notebook too, but most of the time I just swing it.

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    1. This was the 1 of the few times I've drew 1 out but it was quite futtery xo

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  4. OMG, I love the hotdog!! Crap, looking at all these food nails makes me hungry for it all!!

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  5. Love this Steph! Think it was a good idea to pick a few favourites! :) X

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    1. These were the more drawable of my favourites lol xo

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  6. This is a cute nail art design! I also draw the designs on paper before doing them on my nails! ^^

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    1. It was necessary as this design was quite complex lol xo

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