Sunday, 17 April 2016

Quill Nail Water Decals from Sparkly Nails

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Quills were the primary writing instrument in the Western World from the 6th to the 19th century. The best quills were usually made from goose, swan, and later turkey feathers. Quills went into decline after the invention of the metal pen, mass production began in Great Britain as early as 1822 by John Mitchell of Birmingham.  Thank you Wiki for the info!  So today's mani is a light & dark pink sponged based with Quill water decals from Sparkly Nails on top.  There are 20 decals in the pack in black & white.
If you've not tried water decals before, give them a go, simply soak in a little water, remove from the backing paper, apply to your painted nails and seal with top coat - done!
If you love water decals as much as me, why not join the Facebook group I've just set up called Wonderful Water Decals.
To the pics!!!!
 
 
 
 The Quill water decals are currently £1.65.  Super value when you think you can easily create a full mani or numerous accent manis with these feathery designs.  Available at Sparkly Nails who have an amazing range of nail art items; they offer a loyalty and an affiliate scheme, go sign up, I have, you may as well save as you spend!

You can also keep up with all the latest Sparkly Nails info on FacebookTwitter & Pinterest, and while your there check out their special Daily Deal! Sparkly Nails is a UK based company and ships worldwide. UK postage starts from £1.50.

This product was sent to my for my honest review, cute water decals, highly recommended, love them!

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