Wednesday, February 6, 2013

ABC Challenge: Everything But The Kitchen Sink

Well, for the first week since we started, I really couldn't think up a nail art topic that started with 'E'. So, I used this as a great opportunity to use my Polished Components Everything But The Kitchen Sink in a jelly sandwich.

I received Everything But The Kitchen Sink in a birthday swap from Ashley, the creator of Polished Components. If you haven't seen any of her polishes, you should check them out...so gorgeous! Anyways, EBTKS is packed with seriously every glitter you could think of. All shapes, sizes, and colors. I layered it with Zoya Paloma and the outcome was amazing!

Three coats Paloma, one coat EBTKS, and one more coat of Paloma.










Check out that bottle shot! I don't think I could have picked a better combination for my first jelly sandwich! <3

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  1. Beautiful! Soooo shiny and glittery and the colours are amazing! X

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    1. Thank you! I love how this turned out!

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  2. Ooooooh, I think jelly sandwiches are such fun and so pretty!

    This is a lovely mani, and the first time I've heard of Polished Components. They've some beautiful polishes. Is it bizarre to say that I LOVE their bottle design? LOL! Well, I do!

    Have a great Wednesday, darlin'!!!!!

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    1. I love the bottle, too! I thought I was weird for thinking that! lol.

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  3. Holy cow - you got all that glitter in one coat? I was never really a fan of jellies, I was a creme fan for the longest time. But I now have a ton of glitter. I guess I need me some jellies!

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    1. OK, just jumped over to Polished Components store on Etsy, and I have 2 words - Mattress Mambo.

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    2. Yes, all that glitter in one coat!!! I don't wear many glitters over creme polishes, so I love them in a jelly sandwich! I am definitely going to be doing many more in the future!

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  4. Very nice sandwich!!! I haven't done a glitter sandwich in a really long time.. too lazy to deal with removal.

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    1. I have started using Elmer's glue as a base coat with these polishes and removal is not so bad!

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  5. I can't resist to a glitter sandwich... Love this combo! :)

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    1. It did turn out great! I can't wait to try more!

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  6. To die for!!!! Amazing jelly sandwich! :D

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  7. What a delicious looking jelly sandwich!! :P Such a fun glitter, Love it!

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  8. Now I want to do a glitter sandwich! Beautiful job!!

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    1. Thanks! They are so much prettier in person, too!

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  9. Great jelly sandwich! They're so much fun to do and you picked a great combo for your first one!

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    1. They are fun to do! I have so many jelly polishes, too, so I am excited to do more!

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  10. I love Jelly Sandwiches with the Zoya Gloss polishes, but this is one of the pretties combos yet! Amazing glitter!!

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    1. Thank you so much! I was going to use Frida, but someone else just did that last week I think. lol!

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  11. This is gorgeous, Sarah!!! Great job!!! :)

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  12. That is so cool!! I just love glitter :D

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    1. I love the glitter, too! I was so happy when I saw that she had sent it to me!

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  13. I love this mani! Such a great color combo!

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    1. Thank you! It looked great in person :)

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  14. Oh, that Zoya jelly totally changes how the glitter looks - so pretty!!! I have no Zoya's - sad pouty face!! One day they will be mine though, bwahahahaha

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    1. Oh, I know...I want to use it with all different colors of jelly polishes to see how it looks!! lol. I love Zoya...I would own ever shade if I could!

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  15. Gorgeous glitter! I love how you layered it. It reminds me that I should buy those Zoya jellies!

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    1. Yes, they are really nice! I love this one and Frida!

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