What do some people do to music.....(well, that's a loaded question now, isn't it?)...but I was thinking dance....even though this mani is probably more like dancing in the disco era and I'm not sure how many people are dancing to disco music nowadays.....anyway, this is what I came up with for the music challenge!
Started with a base of skittles, starting from the thumb and going clockwise the polishes are China Glaze Flyin' High, Sally Hansen Insta-dri Orange Impulse, China Glaze Happy Go Lucky, OPI If You Moust You Moust, and Sally Hansen Insta-dri Lickety-Split Lime; all two coats, topped with SV.
Stamped using black Konad special polish using images from Lilic A06 (ring finger), MJ XVII (thumb), Big SdP W (pinky and middle), and FUN 2 (index).
Added peace symbols in assortment of sizes using Lilic A06 and QA 11, flowers from SdP 67 and love wording from Lilic A06. The colourful stamping polishes used were Sally Hansen Insta-dri Lickety-Split Lime and Orange Impulse, FUN stamping polishes in Mango Shake, Bubble Blue and Cotton Candy.
Added random dots throughout using same colourful stamping polished mentioned in last paragraph.
Topped with SV to finish.
Big SdP W was a plate I had used for the first time here; here's a closer look at it.
Personally, I love disco era music. The Bee Gees are one of my favourite all time groups and there's nothing better than driving to a cranked Jive Talkin' or Stayin' Alive in the car...although on their more recently released CD One Night Only (I have the DVD too!!) (These albums were just coming out when I was a pre-teen so I have all the original albums too (and some of this era's music on 8-tracks some place in the attic or basement...makes me feel old now!) I recently watched Saturday Night Fever on TV when it was on....love John Travolta's strut...which is unusual for me as I'm not a person to watch a movie more than once but I've watched it several times now!
Here's the other ladies Music mani's.
Thanks for looking!