My aunt used to work at Royal Copenhagen as a porcelain painter where she did Flora Danica, some of the world's most expensive dinnerware. When I was 12 she gave me a candle light holder, it was in another pattern made at Royal Copenhagen called Blue Fluted, a pattern that has been made since 1775. The candlestick looked just like this one:
|Courtesy of http://www.ankersenantiques.dk|
I have loved the pattern ever since!!
Last year my grandmother gave me two mugs for my birthday and I think this looks beautiful:
I wanted to recreate it for this week's challenge:
The blue I've chosen isn't quite a match but I really adore this polish so it just had to be used for this: nails inc. southwark.
I spent the better part of two hours making this and then I realised my index and my thumb had totally bubbled up - I was close to tears when I saw it!!
I decided you were all going to have to live with the bubbles ;)
I am so chuffed with this mani and do believe I can get okay at that nail art stuff.
Velkommen til den 11. fælles fredag. I dag er der dømt inspireret af et billede/foto/maleri. Jeg har valgt at Mussel male mine negle, hvilket jeg egentlig synes er gået meget godt, jeg har ihvertfald haft svært ved at tørre smilet af mit fjæs i de dage hvor jeg har gået med de negle :D