Mani Swap with Dani…

So when I saw Dani’s vegetable nail art on her Instagram I immediately knew I wanted to copy them! I love vegetables, being a keen grower, and it was just such a fun looking design. I got in contact with her after I got over my own worry of ‘will she reply, will she think I’m a nutter, etc etc’ to see if she would be interested in doing a swap and the answer was yes! It turns out Dani is located in Australia, meaning I was talking to her in my ‘tomorrow’ and she was always sending emails back in time to her  ‘yesterday’ so we didn’t quite manage to nail the synchronized posting but I think our results are really great!

First up is my re-creation of Dani’s Vegetables. I tried to keep the colours as close to the original as possible and also to paint the same amount of vegetables on each finger. Although due to my broken index I could only fit on 4 pea pods, it ripped right in to the quick and it’s still a little tender.

Dani chose to re-create my Dragonfly nails. She only started working with acrylic and gels in October, and I think she’s done a wonderful job. (She also has a super busy household with three younger kids, so kudos for finding the time!) The results are beautiful – she’s added lovely details to it’s body and eyes and I love the touches of gold and that blue holo base! I feel that Dani is really good at giving her nail art character, and she’s certainly done so with her dragonfly.

Dani's Re-creationIf anyone else fancy’s doing a mani swap in the future, don’t be shy to drop me an email at!


Author: WonderfulWolf

Crafter. Nail Painter. Dinosaur Wrangler. 26, Left-Handed, Scottish.

8 thoughts on “Mani Swap with Dani…”

      1. Thanks. 🙂

        Believe it or not. I broke another one. I was so mad! But I managed to reattach it. I put lots of base coat on it, then 2 coats of black… it looks surprisingly normal now (!) but it’s a nightmare underneath. Ah well, let’s see how long it lasts…

      2. Haha so have I, I’ve managed to break my middle finger too now. I want to blame the weather but to be honest, I always have trouble growing my index and middle.

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