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Digital Dozen does Food: Pole Beans

My garden’s bounty is endless! I planted pole beans around a trellis (it actually kind of looks like a bamboo teepee) –  I had no idea how high the vines would climb! My little trellis is definitely not tall enough, and the bean vines ran out of room and spill over the top. It’s just a huge tangled mess, but I definitely learned that if I plant pole beans next year, I’ll need a taller trellis! Right now, my little green beans are just tiny little baby beans – they look so funny!

Pole Beans | The Dalai Lama's NailsToday’s nail art is a little more abstract – a classy representation of those curly, tangled vines!

Pole Beans | The Dalai Lama's Nails

Pole Beans | The Dalai Lama's Nails

Pole Beans | The Dalai Lama's NailsI started with a super quick gradient. I didn’t bother making it perfect, since I knew I was going to add some detailing on top. I used Liquid Palisade all around my nails, and then I used a makeup sponge to dab on a gradient of Essie The More the Merrier and Ruffles & Feathers. Then I used a nail art brush from the craft store to create some swirly vines. I used Colors by llarowe Show Me the Money for the vines. I top coated with Seche Vite.

Pole Beans | The Dalai Lama's Nails

It’s been another delicious nail art day – but don’t eat your polish!

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  • Dani Aldrich

    So cute! I love that gradient, and the swirls are so elegant!

  • Cindi


  • A Girl and Her Polish

    For some reason your design makes me think of the Wizard of Oz! 😀 The green gradient and gold swirls are beautiful!

  • How awesome!