Pink Gingham

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Easter is less than a week away and other than baby chicks and pastel-colored eggs, the gingham print really puts me in the Easter-Springtimey mood. It seems this pattern never really goes out of style whether it’s on little girls’ Easter dresses, mens’ shirts, picnic table covers or country living interior design magazines. To make it extra cheery, I chose 3 pink colors to create my design: China Glaze’s Oxygen for the base, Art Deco’s Baby Pink nail art striper for the lines, and OPI’s Hot-Hot-Hot for the dots at each line crossing.

This week I plan to do more spring/summer fabric patterns…I hope I can pull off the one I’m planning for Friday. *bites nails….but not really because this Pink Gingham mani is too cute*

Want to add some gingham to your wardrobe for the spring? Who better to help you with that than the classic American clothing store J. Crew? Check out this pink gingham shirt they have online now…

http://www.jcrew.com/womens_feature/thecolorcombostory/PRDOVR~35187/ENE~1+2+3+22+4294967294+20~~~0~15~all~mode+matchallany~~~~~gingham/35187.jsp

Happy Monday!

P.S. Isn’t gingham a funny word to pronounce?

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About The Enamelista

I'm a nail polish fanatic and amateur nail artist. (Formerly The Nail Buff)

Posted on April 18, 2011, in Familiar Patterns, Inspired by... and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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