Thursday, March 27, 2014

Green Goddess Creations, Panda Nail Decal

These amazingly adorable Panda Water Slide Decals were sent to me by the lovely Lelia over at Green Goddess Creations on Store Envy linked here. You can also see a peek of the owls I get to show you next. Her packaging was cute and her instructions very easy to follow, and you also get 40 images per sheet, so it's a great value and will last forever.

The colours I used for this mani were Sally Hansen White On, Sally Girl un-named pastel green, Essie Shake Your $$ Maker and Revlon After Party.

Below I have a shot of the decals all trimmed and ready to go. The direct link for them is linked here.

Using money maker and after party I created the bamboo accent fingers. These were very simple to achieve for anyone interested.

And voila, the stars of the show make their appearance. These went the full width of my small nail bed, so they would fit any size nails. Once I had them on I added a little more of the bamboo around the top and gave them each a bamboo snack at the bottom.

Below is a way to close-up shot so you can check out the cuteness.

I can't stand how cute these came out, I might need to retire now from the nail game...nah...I still have the owls to play with!! Stay tuned for those.

For the cute owls or these Panda guys and soo many others please don't forget to visit Lelia's Store Envy linked here.  With spring coming up decals sure make nail art quicker so you can get outside!

Cheers all,


  1. Ahhh! These are the cutest ever! Those pandas are sure to be happy now that they have snacks! ♥♥♥♥


  2. I agree they look happy...and sleepy! Thanks for the great decals!

  3. Oh they are just too cute! Your bamboo turned out really well too :)

    Can't wait to see the owls on! They look super adorable.

    1. Thanks. Now I've been wanting to do an all bamboo mani!

  4. Tarepanda!!! These are so adorable! <3

    I also have to say how much I love the watercolor/ink effect you did with the bamboo shoots . Beautiful!

    1. Thank you, the trick was just a Jelly polish and the rest were cream!