Friday, May 25

Franken Friday!

Hello! I have another franken to show you today! I was looking at my polishes and decided to make a white franken.  I had a no name pink and blue glitter and a few others.  I also had a bottle of an Essie that was mislabeled. It was supposed to be Adore-a-Ball, but I think it was something else, as it does not match any pictures.  So I started mixing.  The inspiration of this came from Jaw Breaker Candy.  I know there are other frankens out there like this, but I wanted to have my own!  This is 3 coats. Enjoy!





54 comments:

  1. Absolutely beautiful! I love it! I've been considering making a white glitter franken recently too, I hope it comes out as well as this did :)

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    1. Thank you! You should, and I know it will!

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  2. This is so pretty, like a jelly sandwich in a single bottle!

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  3. That is so pretty! I haven't tried to franken yet, but I'm inspired now!

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  4. I like it! It reminds me of the Jawbreaker franken!

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  5. Suuuuper well done, I really love it!!

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  6. Ooh what a beautiful franken! Love it!

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  7. I love it! I'm going to have to try making one as well!

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  8. so pretty! very soft looking, i love it:]

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  9. Loving it!! Subtle glitter poking through looks cute!

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  10. Fun franken! Like a glitter sandwich without having to layer. :)

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  11. Such a pretty elegant colour with some glitter :)

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  12. gorgeous! i made a franken similar to this! :)

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  13. wow, you did such a great job! I am very impressed and you're right, it does look like a jaw breaker! yum :)

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  14. Looks super shiny in the natural light. I love the glitter with the white. Very light and pretty....does remind me a jawbreaker!

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  15. I think it came out really nice. I'm loving your outdoors pictures. How do you usually do your frankens?

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    1. Thank you so much! When I make a franken, I usually try to have a general idea of what I want, then I just start mixing!

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  16. Meredith! This is gorgeous! If you could formulate it again, Id def purchase!!!

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  17. This is a really cute franken! It came out great. It reminds me of candy and sprinkles.

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  18. Oh wow, you did such a great job. I love it :)

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  19. Oh my gosh, your franken is such an amazing beauty! Love it!!

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  20. To say that I like this would be a lie. I'm actually OBSESSED with this franken. Meredith, this is beyond gorgeous. I'm so jealous you created this!

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    1. Thank you so much Amanda! If I make more I will let you know!

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  21. This is so pretty! You really did a good job!

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  22. What a great franken! Need to give this a try.

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  23. This came out great, I love it.

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  24. So gorgeous! Love the white base with the colorful glitters! :-)

    ~ Yun

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  25. This seriously looks yummy!

    Love it!

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