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11:05 AM



It's day three of the Digital Dozen Book Week challenge.  I'm trying to get through all my most favorite books for this challenge but let's face it, there are way more than five of those!! For this one I went a little further back into my childhood years.  I believe I was eight the first time I read this book and even today it's still one of my favorites.  If you haven't recognized it yet, it's The Phantom Tollbooth.  One of the things I love about this book is that it's very logical while at the same time seeming very illogical!  It tells the story of a boy named Milo and his journey though strange lands with a dog called Tock.  I used my ring finger to represent the map of the Kingdom of Wisdom.  There were so many lands to choose from but I only have so many fingers!! So I went with just two and then added a clock for Tock on my middle finger.  For the index I have the top half numbers and the bottom half words to represent Dictionopolis, one of the capitols of the Kingdom and where Milo learns of the princesses, Rhyme and Reason and learns that they've been banished for their belief that numbers and letters are of equal importance.  Then on the pinky finger I have some numbers to represent Digitopolis, where Milo eats subtraction soup which makes him even hungrier!  I hope you enjoy the nails and don't forget to journey over to my fellow ladies pages to see what they've come up with for todays challenge!!



Colors Used:
OPI Fly
Barry M Silver Foil
Zoya Purity
Revlon Black Lingerie

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6 comments

  1. Never heard of this book but it sounds interesting. I love the lovely shades of blue in this manicure!

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  2. I have never read this book...probably because of the math element..not a big fan of math! :) But I love what you did with your design! :)

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  3. I love it! And the colors are gorgeous!

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  4. Never read this book and like Katee, I'm so not a math person. But you really did a great job on this mani and translating the book to your nails!

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  5. I love this manicure! Haven't read the book though, but this mani is amazing!

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  6. I didn't like this book that much in middle school, also probably because of the math haha, but I love love your nails!

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