Today is the final post of this series. It flew by so quickly! I always think that I could do a few more posts when I look at all of the amazing designs and think about all the amazing nail art possibilities...but then I remember how time intensive these things are and come to my senses! For today's final post I decided to go back to where it all started for Charlotte Olympia. Her kitty flats! The kitty flat (along with the instantly recognizable gold platforms on her Dolly heels) are what made Charlotte a big name in the shoe industry.There are a million versions of the shoe but I decided to go with the classic, soft and feminine "bridal" version.
BM Plate 614
Medium Striper Brush
Floss Gloss Dinge
NY & Co. Millionaire
Chick Polish Biker Chick
OPI Matte Top Coat
This was really simple and easy to do: I started with two coats of Dinge. Once dry I stamped on the kitty image from BM 614 and Millionaire. The image only has eyes, nose and mouth so I painted on the ears and whiskers. I added small dots of Biker Chick to replicate the rhinestone eyes on the shoe. I added the Matte Top Coat for a satin-y finish.
I always have so much fun with these posts. I hope you all enjoyed them as well!