Saturday, June 2, 2012

Georgia Peach, Kee Wee, Saturday Morning Cartoons and a Broken Camera

My beloved camera broke recently and was taking photos like this:

I nearly cried, because it was a gift from my boyfriend and I've been using it for six years now.
All the images below are some of the last ones that were taken before it broke. I'm still playing with the new camera, and so far I have been pretty frustrated with it. I think I am finally figuring things out and have posted a photo amongst those below for you to see. :)

Whimsical Ideas by Pam - Georgia Peach Fuzz
Peach jelly base with copper hex and micro glitter

Swatch with matte top coat:

Swatch with Girly Bits Shift Happens on top. Shift Happens caused some major shrinkage of this polish, I'm curious to see how it reacts with others.
This is the photo that was taken with my new camera and I must say I am thrilled with the color accuracy, but need to work on sharpness.

Whimsical Ideas by Pam - Kee Wee
Two sizes of Silver hex glitter, Green micro glitter and silver micro glitter in a lime green jelly base

Swatch with matte top coat:

Whimsical Ideas by Pam - Saturday Morning Cartoons
Red, Green, Blue and Silver hex glitter among blue micro glitter in a royal blue jelly base

Swatch with matte top coat:

My own creation:
Charcoal jelly base with coppery shimmers. I was inspired by my big bathroom picture window at night. Through it's textured glass, I could see the street light down the block filtering in, all glowy and coppery. I've included copper micro glitter and white flakes.
I don't have a name for this one yet, let me know if you have ideas!


  1. Love seeing the swatches of Whimsical Ideas by Pam, one of my favorite Indie Makers. I love the color you made it looks very warm comfy Coco Belle

    1. Oh thank you so much for the comments! I love Pam's polishes too, especially that most of these are inspired by people or pets that mean so much to her. I think it makes her polish that much more special. :)

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