Monday, May 23, 2011

Konad Plate M60 Design

I can't believe the weekend is already over. It was a great weekend for us. We got to attend the wedding of one of Juan's cousins. We never really get to attend family weddings because we live so far away from our family, so this was a nice treat that we were able to attend. When we arrived at the resort and entered our room I lost my breathe. If you follow me on Twitter, you already know why. For the rest of you, here is the view we saw when we entered the room.

Seriously - can you believe that? This was the view from the living room. We got a suite with Juan's parents and we gave the kids the 2nd bedroom since it had two beds in there and we took the pull out sofa. So we got to wake up to this view all weekend! I seriously wanted to just move in. Beautiful!

Anyway, when we returned home, Juan's parents came with us and they are staying the week. I was entertaining and tired from the long almost 4 hour drive home. But I had ruined my nails a bit, and needed to do something. I was wearing Cult Nails Cruisin' Nude. But in the essence of time, I decided I would just use Konad plate M60 and stamp a design on my nails instead. I used a color I am working on for an upcoming collection. I have three versions right now, let's see if any of these work. But more on that later.  After I did my nails, I couldn't find my camera anywhere, so I used Juan's phone to take pictures. Sorry for the lack of good photos today. I hope I find my camera soon. Actually, I hope it never returns from it's hiding place so I can get the Olympus Pen. lol!

So how was your weekend? Did you take advantage of the Save $5 off your order of $50 or more on Cult Nails last week? I hope you all had a fabulous weekend! I am already looking forward to this weekend! No plans, but I am taking a few more days off work and will have a nice long 5 day weekend! Wahoo!


  1. That is exactly how I was hoping "cruisin' nude" would look!!! Amazing. And I live the gentle feminie stamp on it.

  2. Great design and I am intrigued by the color... :)