Franken: Rockabilly Blues!

Tuesday, June 1, 2010
Hi dear reader!

Yesterday I started with frankening for the first time. I've created seven frankens now so I guess you could say I found myself a new hobby! Five frankens are on their way to their new owners, my polish friends, and I'm now going to show you my first. :)

Franken Polish Frankening Blue Purple Duochrome Glitter Rockabilly Blues

This is Rockabilly Blues, named after a Johnny Cash song. It's a dark blue with a greenish gold and purple glare and purple, blue, green and golden glitters.And it's a little pearly. Now I didn't expect it to come out this good but it is so darn funky! It changes when the light changes. When the colour looks purple you really notice the blue glitter, when green the gold and blue. The purple glitter isn't that noticable, sometimes you'll see it flashing by.

Franken Polish Frankening Blue Purple Duochrome Glitter Rockabilly Blues

I'm pretty sad I couldn't capture the different glares and glitters on camera so I think there will be a repost when the sun shines again - and when I think of it of course. I'm wearing three coats in the pictures and these were made in daylight.

Thanks for stopping by!
Michelle

24 comments:

Jessica said...

Oooh i love it! It's gorgeous! It looks a bit like fuel or something oily hehe!

Debsterr said...

But you did capture the different colors, in the bottle! It's pretty.

Lacquerwarefortipsandtoes.blogspot.com said...

It must have been Blue Monday yesterday, cuz I made a blue franken too. LOL Love that and Im glad you found a cool name for it. :)

Ramina said...

Gorgeous color! And I like the name. :)

ange-marie said...

I love this

Gwen Wijman said...

Wow! pretty :)

Juicy Nails http://juicy-nails.blogspot.com/ said...

so pretty !! I love him !

Lindy said...

Wow, well made, I like it!

thriszha said...

love it...

Xibalba said...

Wauw! Mooi gedaan :)

Tassa said...

I like it! You did a great job! :)

Michelle said...

Thanks! It definitly looks a bit oily, especially in real life. Like an oil stain on the street haha!

Michelle said...

True, in the bottle it's more visible! Thanks :)

Michelle said...

But hey, blue is the greatest colour ever!! ;) Thanks Chris!

Michelle said...

Thank you!

Michelle said...

Thanks! :)

Michelle said...

Thanks :)

Michelle said...

Thank you!

Michelle said...

Thanks!

Michelle said...

Thanks :)

Michelle said...

Dankjewel!

Michelle said...

Thanks!

Lucy said...

Very pretty shade. Glad that it came out so well. I have to try my hand at making some polishes also.

Michelle said...

Thanks a lot! I really enjoy frankening, it's definitly a fun thing to do :)

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