It always surprises me how quickly seasons come and go. Spring in New England tends to feel like Winter for the first month, and before you know it, you've got full on Summer weather (I'm pretty sure Spring only lasted for a week this year).
Never the less, I'm still seeing flowers blooming and some areas are just now turning green, so I feel validated in sharing some Spring inspired nail art (technically, I have until June 20th to share Spring stuff, so we're still good!).
Considering how many ideas I pull out in my initial process of choosing inspiration for posts, I think narrowing it down to a manageable amount of ideas to try (three for this post) was a pretty good step on my part. Quality, not quantity...or something like that.
I played around with using both a bobby pin and a toothpick to create designs for these looks. The toothpick was great for creating texture, and the bobby pin, because of its rounded side, make great dots or rounded designs.
Also, I don't paint my toenails very often, so I decided to add a bonus design so that every time I looked at my feet, I thought of Spring. Yay flowers!
There were so many ideas I wanted to try, but time seems to fly by and before I know it, the end of the week is here again. I know that I haven't put out a blog post since last week, but I was too busy spending time with family over the long weekend, and sitting by a campfire celebrating two birthdays.
Memorial Day weekend tends to be my indicator that Summer is coming, and it's time to start doing things outside again. That being said, don't be too surprised if I start posting only once a week for the next few months. That's not to say I won't be putting out fun and quirky posts, or playing around with conceptual shoots and ideas, but as I already mentioned in this post, it's quality, not quantity, right?
This also doesn't mean I won't be doing photoshoots! I just haven't had time the past few weeks to set any up. Hopefully, I'll be adding more to the gallery page soon with all the great ideas I've been trying to work on, but feel free to let me know any ideas or concepts you'd like to see this summer!