Festival of Colors...

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It's day four of the Digit-al Dozen's celebration series, The Digit-al Dozen, Does it All Again! Today's theme was festive! In keeping with my orginal festive designs, I went with an Hindu holiday known as Festival Holi. Festival Holi is based off of a story in Hindu religion which I won't go into detail about but Hindus believe it is a time of enjoying spring's abundant colours and saying farewell to winter. Here is a picture of some Indian people throwing colors into the air to celebrate:


Gorgeous isn't it? It's hard not to be inspired by that! I didn't use powder for my colors because I wanted it to have a really 3D effect so I put various colors of flocking powder onto a sparkly sandy base. I hoped to imitate the bright colors on the sparkling sands of the desert. I hope you all enjoy them!

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 This is a Replay mani! Click the icon above to see the original art!

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15 comments

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  2. It looks so different, is it hard to use these nails?
    I wait you to visit my blog,maybe you love my nail arts :):)

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    1. Thank you! It's really not hard to use them. The flocking powder dries fairly quickly if it gets wet and it stays on really well!

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  3. I am going to purchase some flocking powder now. This is awesome!

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  4. Very creative out of the box thinking for a festive mani!

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  5. Gorgeous representation of the holiday! I love it!

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  6. I don't usually like the flocked manis - but this is really fab - truly a fab mani...lovely - colors came out great!

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  7. Gorgeous! I don't like velvet nails but this way to do them is amazing!

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  8. Sucha neat inspiration and interpretation!!

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  9. So cool!! I love the 3D fuzziness! I think it also works well as fancy sweater nail art :)

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  10. geez - everything about this is AWESOME!!

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  11. These are so fun! I love the gold glitter peeking through! :)

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