Friday, November 2, 2012

Where in the World - Day 11 Hungary

For the longest time I did not know what to do for today's country, until I read that the Rubik's Cube
was invented in Hungary. As soon as I read that I knew what my design would be!


I think this is a very fun design and you could change the colours around to suit your taste.
It was also surprisingly easy to do))
With flash
I would definitely do this again sometime!

Natural light
And here is the mess I made!

Now that October is done, I will be getting back into the swing of things and finishing this challenge.
Thanks for stopping by!

28 comments:

  1. How on earth did u do that! It's gorgeous. I have never tried doing any designs. Just colours so far :( I'll get there..slowly.. i hope...!

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    1. Awww you're so sweet! It's actually a very simple design to make - I am doing a little picture tutorial for a guest post at the moment, that will hopefully come out later this week.

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  2. WOW! You have waaaaaay more patience than I do! It looks awesome!

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    1. Thanks, you're so sweet! It's actually much easier than it looks))

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  3. I love it! You have to put the link to your tutorial here. And I didn't know Rubik's Cube was made in Hungary. :D

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  4. Wow, that is so creative!!! Never knew the Rubik cube was from Hungary!! Awesome mani, Natalia!!

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    1. Yes, it was a surprise for me too)) thanks Gosia!

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  5. WOW AWESOME!!! I didn't even think about it!! Great idea and GREAT execution!!!

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  6. This is Supper Cool. Wow. Great Idea.

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  7. Such an awesome design :) you learn something every day :D
    x

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  8. So fun and creative! I wish I was better at Rubik's Cubes, haha :)

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    1. I'm glad you liked it - super fun and easy design to create!

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  9. Awesome nails! I love how these look and I really really want to try them! BWAHHHH!!

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    1. Thanks Julz, I did post a tutorial as a guest post))

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  10. Lovely attention to details. So fab!

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  11. aw, Natalsie, thih is great! I love it!

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    1. Thanks so much! I posted a tutorial a few days later))

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