Nail Art // Spooky Stamped Graveyard Silhouette

by - Wednesday, November 02, 2016

Spooky Stamped Graveyard Silhouette Nail Art

So in my house Halloween is over when I say it's over, and since I have one more mani to share with you for the season I say it's still Halloween! (Let's just ignore the Christmas wreath I already put up on my door, 'kay?)

Here is the last Halloween look I have put together for this year... A gradient background with silhouette stamping is just necessary for every nail blogger during the season, don't you agree? Everyone does them so well and I've never actually done one myself so I decided this was the year I would give it a try. :)

Halloween gradient graveyard nail art

I started off with a gradient base (Sinful Colors Black on Black, Let's Talk and Cloud 9) and then added a layer of China Glaze Fairy Dust because WHY NOT!

I only actually had two silhouette images on my MoYou London Festive Collection 16 Plate so I had to make do... On the agenda for next Halloween: more silhouette stamping images! I feel that people usually paint yellow in the windows of their stamped houses so to be different I decided to double stamp with Mundo de Unas White and MoYou London Falcon instead. And I like it!!

Tombstone stamped nail art for Halloween

Manor silhouette stamped nail art

Spooky Stamped Graveyard Silhouette nails

Spooky enough for you? ;)

So that's it (so far) for my Halloween looks for 2016! I'm not saying there definitely won't be more coming, but this is the last one I had photographed to share with you.

Halloween is always such a fun time for nail art looks, but I'm ready to move on to Christmas stamping and snowflakes and ugly sweater nails and all that good stuff!

Thanks for visiting!! xx Let me know what you think!


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6 comments

  1. I really like the spooky silhouette you created.

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  2. I saw this on your IG earlier today and fell in love! The colors you picked for your gradient just work so well together!

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  3. I love the depth of this mani with the sponging and multiple layers of stamping - it almost looks 3d!

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  4. This manicure would not have looked the same if you didn't do that amazing gradient as the base. Your stamping is flawless, but that base is the icing on the cake!

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  5. I really dig the haunted mansion.

    Also, can we do halloween nail art forever please?

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