A sweet finish to Digital Dozen Childhood theme.

Friday, April 17, 2015

It's the final day of the Childhood Theme for the Digit-al Dozen. I wrapped it up with some simple gumball machine nail art.

Who doesn't remember staring at the gumball machines every time we walked by one? I was taught never to ask, but it didn't stop me from staring a hole through it... Usually my dad got the hint and would ask me if I wanted one. The answer was always "yes, please!"

I used a white base color and various neon shades for the gumballs. The red for the top and bottom is "Hoosier Daddy" from Girly Bits.


Such a fun and simple mani. But one that brings back so many memories. I always hoped for a blue gumball - I loved how they turned my mouth neon blue.


Now let's look at some of the other Childhood memories from the amazing ladies of the Digital Dozen.










6 comments

  1. Wow, I've seen people spam nail blogs that have gone inactive, but I've never seen spam (the last comment includes a link to a website for Avon products) on an active nail blog.

    Anyway...I wanted to leave a comment about how your mani made me smile...both your artwork and your story. :) Thank you! And how in the world did your parents manage to teach you not to ask for things? I see kids pointing at items and telling their parents, "I neeeeeed that!!" :)

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    1. Thank you! I deleted the last comment. I try to go through and take care of those.

      This mani was so much fun to create. I am glad it made you smile. I know I enjoyed it when I created it. Thanks so much for leaving a comment. I am not sure how my parents taught me that. But it worked! - whatever it was.

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  2. I love this mani! What a great idea! And so appropriate that the name of the polish is Hoosier Daddy given your story. :)

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  3. So cute!! Omg I always wanted a gumball from the machine! I am sure it drove my parents crazy, but they would always give me one of those long plastic string of individually wrapped gumballs for Christmas.

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  4. Ah, so cute! Your story is so relatable, haha. The struggle was real

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