Hiya Lacquer Lovers! I'm Chris from Lacquer Ware for Tips and Toes and I'm going to be your guest blogger today! The thing I do the most of is make frankens so of course I'm going to show you a franken today.
Welcome to the Wii Interactive (thank you, Kimberly) franken creation post. Today's franken is named (wait for it) I Glitter Bombed that Bitch! Below is BC, 3 coats of I Glitter Bombed that Bitch! and no TC.
Okay, NOW comes the interactive. One thing about using holo glitter dust or glitter powder (I've learned) is it can take awful photos even though it blings your eyes out in real life. So, I started moving my computer screen (I have a laptop) and I learned as I moved the screen away from me - the bling comes out much better (still not as good as in real life - I mean seriously, I was sitting in the half dark of the living room and this thing wouldn't quit blinging me). So give it a try and slowly tilt the computer screen away from you. If you have a non-moveable screen you get to move your body instead (hence the Wii Interactive bits). lol Below is a blurred photo for a little more bling factor and I'd still be moving my screen to catch it better.
I Glitter Bombed that Bitch! Recipe:
3/4 bottle of Savina Lavender Holographic
4 tsp (yes, count them) of any good holographic glitter powder/dust
1/8th bottle of Wet n'Wild Clear
That's it. I liked the original Savina a little but it didn't do a lot for me, so I thought, hmmm, now if this blinged every which way I looked at it, well that would be cool! So what started out as a subtle holo became a glitter bombed bitch holo. lmao
TIP: When top coating frankens you've made with glitter powder/dust plan on at least 2 coats of TC. These dry glitters eat top coat like they're Lay's Potato Chips (can't eat just one). Sometimes I've found I need 3 thin or 2 thick layers of TC to make this smooth and glossy.
I can't wait to see what Steph has brought back from her trip - I hope she got me lots of presents! I asked her for a cabana boy so we'll see?
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If you are truly interested in frankening and would like to learn more. You might like DragonRhia Creations.