Vera Bradley Inspired Nail Art

Is anyone here also a big fan of Pinterest? I absolutely love that site! I’m a scrapbooker, so I initially got hooked on it because of all the great paper craft projects that are pinned there every day. So much inspiration!  In addition to the crafts, I also love to look through the hair & beauty boards.

Anyway, before I get too off track here, last week Inside Stitch ran a fun post about matching manicures with Vera Bradley bags. After reading it, I started wondering if anyone has used the signature patterns as inspiration for their nail art. To satisfy my curiosity, can you guess what I did? I know all you are pinners are nodded yes – yep, that’s right, I headed to Pinterest to do a search.

Anyway, I found several great manicures – here are a few of my personal favorite nail art designs inspired by Vera Bradley prints, with links to the sites that posted them (in case you’re brave enough to try any and need to know what colors were used):

Deco Daisy

http://beautopia.onsugar.com/Vera-Bradley-Deco-Daisy-Nail-Art-17572639

Indigo Pop

http://shutupsabrina.tumblr.com/post/31511778848/vera-bradley-inspired-nails

Boysenberry

http://holymanicures.blogspot.com/2012/06/boysenberry-paisley-nails.html

Plum Petals

http://beautopia.onsugar.com/Nail-Art-Inspired-Vera-Bradley-Plum-Petals-18554204

Island Blooms

http://beautopia.onsugar.com/Nail-Art-Inspired-Vera-Bradley-Island-Blooms-21426271

Symphony in Hue

http://holymanicures.blogspot.com/2012/07/symphony-in-hue-nails.html

It’s hard to pick a favorite, but I think mine is the Deco Daisy – the houndstooth design on the ring finger won me over!  Leave a comment letting us know which one you like best. Also, if you do any nail art, do you have any tips for the rest of us? I think it would be fun to do something like this, but honestly, I have no idea where to begin!