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Title : How To Knitted Jumper Nail Art Tutorial - Christmas Sweater Nails
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I know the video is from last year, but as it's Christmas season and this design is such a hit year after year, I just wanted to offer this. As a knitter, there are SO many cable designs out there, from clean and simple to stunningly detailed. For inspiration, you can simply use Google image search and enter in "knitted cable designs". In the knitting world, "cables" are the textured, often chunky, designs made up when our stitches cross over each other, and are a classic sweater staple. Just wanted to pop this is in for anyone looking to use this technique this season who might be looking for some extra design inspo ♥
This is so good; insparation from both Simplynailogical and Suzie Nail Career Education. Both of my favorite nail channels; I found your channel before and seen your nail oil routine. Just like Cristines; my nail oil recipie is: Jojoba Oil, Vitamin E Oil, Rosehip Oil, and Lemon Essential Oil.
Natasha, I just want to say, you are so good art what you do. You RESEARCH! EVERYTHING! I love that you don't stick to only gel or acrylic. You taught us how to use chrome power on regular polish! Things that weren't possible are now! I just really love the amount of dedication and research you do as well as thinking about people like me who maybe don't use our know how to use gel. Merry late xmas!
This tutorial is so nice! I almost passed it by, thinking it was too complicated! Wrong! I’m going to try it, since it’s the start of December. Of course my vote is the fine glitter! 😁. Can’t have special nails and it NOT be glitter! Thank you so much for this tutorial! I love it.
Christmas is Christ’s birthday, along with celebrating it, it also is tradition! The tradition of family, church, and GOOD food, go hand in hand with the gifting.
I love Christmas, while my children were growing up my house was like a christmas grotto, i use to build up to christmas with hot chocolate and christmas cookies, that was while watching christmas movies, turn the heating down and snuggle on the sofa with the children.
Read christmas stories to them before sleep.
Christmas eve, they would leave carrots we grew in the garden for the reindeer, a cookie we made for santa on the table. Later that evening the children would go to bed, about 3 hours later(after checking they were asleep) i would then get family to bring the pressies round, there would already be fake pressies under the tree from santa (these would of been from when the tree got put up, the children would know they are fake and for show...more to make other people think we were better off than we were...but a great touch ) then the real pressies would just finish it off, i limit how much i spend on the children, like you, so they appreciated what they got (as we are not made of money) and every year the children loved it, as they got older the grotto stayed but the amount of money did not get as much but it was still magical.
Now all my children are grown up and live in their own homes but love coming to my house knowing they have the same feeling that they remember, christmas doesn't feel the same when they try it at their homes. I am a proper christmas elf, christmas cookies and hot chocolate, just now it has baileys in for the ladies or whiskey for the gents.
Its all about the build up i think.
Im a support worker for challenging behaviour and learning difficulties so I work christmas day now and for the past few years, but we make our christmas day as close to the day as possible.
I wont change my thoughts on christmas nor will i treat my children and different even as they are older, and when i have grandchildren they will get the same treatment, and i know that my children will support the buzz of it all.
Sorry for the essay. ( im terrible for talking about christmas...i will stop now )
Any nail design im just a nail tech through and through..love it all.(in my spare time of course)
Thank you Natasha. xx
Interesting clothing fact: In the US a "jumper" is a dress (usually for girls, although they can be found in adult sizes) made to be worn over a blouse, t-shirt or turtleneck sweater. Sometimes they are made like bib overalls with straps that cross in back, and sometimes they are cut more like tank tops, but with unusually deeply cut arm holes and sometimes a deep V- or U-neck. Edited to add: what you call a "jumper" we call a pullover sweater, while sweaters with buttons or zippers down the front are called cardigan sweaters.
I'm not big on christmas but I am big on any excuse to spend time with my family. I only have two blood relatives (luckily I have amazing inlaws through my sister!) and I don't get to see them a ton so I really appreciate it when we do get to sit down for a nice home-cooked meal together.
Home Alone...a Christmas tradition! My favorite part is when the taller guy slides down the back steps on the ice. Hilarious! I had an idea while watching this. I wonder how hard it would be to use a stamp and then add gel or polish over the lines of the design. Does that even make sense? I'm loving that blue!
I remember as a kid, gathering at my grandparents for Christmas with all my cousins. There were 10 of us kids plus all the aunts and uncles. My mom and I are trying to keep that tradition going with our family now that we've moved away from the good memories. It was much easier when my boys were younger to get them both to understand the importance of family. Now, I'm going to be a GiGi in May, and my oldest son is being silent. Men!🤦♀️
Hi Natasha,. I've been A HUGE FAN off you're for awhile now. I hope you had a great Thanksgiving and I hope your Christmas will be absolutely splendid!!!
Speaking of Christmas, your sweater jumper reminds me of the movie "Home Alone". The little boy that gets left behind on Christmas is watching an old movie and on the movie The older gentleman says those exact words....... " Merry Christmas ya filthy animal!!"