Stamping Saturday – Wildwoods by the Sea

My local peeps will love this theme and color! This weekend it’s Labor Day weekend here. I just got these GORGEOUS colors from Philly Loves Lacquer and I have one of them to show you today. As she is local her polish names are cool because you can relate to all of them. The inspiration for her to start her line was drawn by her fascination with the history and landmarks of the City she loved and she combined that along with her love for nail polish and voila Philly Loves Lacquer was born!

Today I have Wildwoods by the Sea. Everyone knows that in this area Wildwood is THE place to be during the summer. Especially this ‘last’ weekend, Labor Day weekend. Wildwood will be Packed to the core this weekend with anyone and everyone celebrating their last fun in ‘the sun weekend before the unofficial end to summer.

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“Love those wild wild Wildwood days”

Wildwoods by the Sea is “is a creamy deep dark seafoam base with a strong scattered holographic finish” so in other words, stunning. Sticking to the theme I stamped some seashells using my MoYou plate and Essie’s Good as Gold. Here’s my ‘End of Summer, Wildwoods mani’

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So what do you think? What is on your nails for this end to summer 3-day weekend?

Be sure to check out the other girls looks to see what they came up with this Stamping Saturday.

 


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9 thoughts on “Stamping Saturday – Wildwoods by the Sea

  1. OMG, Wildwood! That was our summer vacation every year (except the one year we went to the Poconos and we all hated it, lol). I know a guy through work who said I will not recognize it anymore (seeing as I have the Wildwood of like 20+ years ago in my memories)…I kind of want to see it, but I also kind of don’t want to destroy my memories, lol.
    Anyway…the polish is gorgeous and I adore the manicure, too. I may need to give Philly Loves Lacquer a look-see. It’s OK to spend money if it’s, like, nostalgia-based, right? 😉

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