HELP!!! Skull and crossbones

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allisuzy1

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:rolleyes:Hi
I have a client in next week who desperately wants skull and crossbones have any of you seen any?
Only been able to find on Nailtopia but they are out of stock.
Thanks
 

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i painted one once on a tip! it wasn't great though but i gave it to someone that was always wearing things with skulls and crossbones on.

i'll see if i can find a pic of it but have a feeling it's on my old PC that died :rolleyes: !xx
 

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Go on ebay and in the search bit put 170157978441
these are metal skulls that can be use as a charm topper just attach with glue or clear polish
 

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There are some on ebay.
And now that halloween is around the corner, you can even find them in the pharmacy.

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if you have a dotter, you can paint one easily yourself. Really, they ARE that easy.

Give it a whirl, you'll see :wink2:

And then, you can offer them in any size or colour that way AND it's much more cost-effective than using decals.

hth's
 

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i have painted this before by hand it really is not that hard, i copied it from Kelly osbournes nails i saw in a music video i will see if i can dig out a piccy for u to copy.
 

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There are some on ebay.
And now that halloween is around the corner, you can even find them in the pharmacy.

BUT
if you have a dotter, you can paint one easily yourself. Really, they ARE that easy.

Give it a whirl, you'll see :wink2:

And then, you can offer them in any size or colour that way AND it's much more cost-effective than using decals.

hth's
I recall you doing some for a wedding once Victoria.. how did they go?
 

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This is spooky (no pun intended!:lol:)

I had a client 2 weeks ago ask for skull & cross bones for a 'Rock Chick' party. I had a few days to do a few ideas & she chose something different from my designs ( see the one in the gallery by me).

I found this pic on the net and used the simple design for my skull and cross bones and added flames comng up from the free edge of the tip.

Here's a link to the image I went from
http://www.psychobabyonline.com/site/pics/533/36432/165033/228563/skull_thumb.jpg

HTH's x
 

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I recall you doing some for a wedding once Victoria.. how did they go?

I convinced her 'gently' to do otherwise :lol:

She ended up with a lavendar french with seed pearls and a few rhinestones.
MUCH nicer and MUCH more appropriate:green:

BUT did end up using skulls on someone else that turned out rather nice:wink2: It was kind of cute. A young client. She had black french with shocking pink skulls on her ring-fingers. Skulls seem to be a bit of a fashion trend here right now. On everything: purses, belts, shirts, socks, jewellery etc...
 

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