work / play / polish · Sep 9, 2013

Digit-al Dozen Does it AGAIN: Geek Week! The Tardis

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Happy Monday! Wow. I was so busy this weekend. It was good to have a day “off” from our Digit-al Dozen do-over. But I’m back again and ready for part two. Last March, the theme was geek. This was such a fun week! Like with my other recent Digit-al Dozen posts, I’ll show you my fave mani from the original theme week, plus share a little fun fact. But first, here’s today’s simple Dr. Who nail art. I’m futzing with a new grey card with my camera and so my pics look a little different. I’m still working through it. Maddening!!

Do you know I’ve never watched a single episode of Dr. Who? Gasp. My daughter helped me think of this one. She’s a huge fan. I had big plans for this mani. I even did a little shading on the panels but you can’t tell. It just looks plain and easy…which is okay too. The base color is Pure Ice Celestial and the rest of the design is done with Orly water-based Instant Artist stripers in Crisp White, Jet Black and Platinum. These stripers came in the August Nail Art Society box. Do you subscribe? If not, check it out here.

And here’s my fave from Geek Week in March. It’s my Star Wars R2D2 French mani. I loooooove this mani. I’m not even that geeky, but this has to be one of my top ten favorites ever. So what’s the fun fact? This is my most copied and pinned look. And it comes in a close second place for being the most stolen (strangely, my Paris mani from the early days of the blog holds that title! See it here. Does it look familiar? LOL.) Click the pic below to see the R2-D2 post.

Have you entered the GIVEAWAY?! Are you tired of hearing me ask that question? :)

Be sure to visit the other nerdy nail art from the Digit-al Dozen.

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Disclosure: Pure Ice polish was previously provided by Pure Ice PR for my consideration. Orly Instant Artist Stripers were provided by The Nail Art Society. I am affiliated with NAS as a NAS Guru. All opinions are my own. For more information, please see my disclosure policy.

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