I have an exciting Blogger Takeover post today (and yeah, it’s during the middle of the week. Quick note: I’m moving these posts to Wednesday from now on because of a new challenge starting up that posts on Friday. I think it’ll make a nice, little break from my rambling to get everyone through the middle of the week haha.) Anyways, this is the first time that a blogger that I didn’t know before contacted me about joining in on this series! I know that probably sounds weird, but I really wanted the series to introduce people to different bloggers and show how diverse the whole community. Today’s post does exactly that! So, welcome Nerdy & Fleurty!
Hello all! Let me introduce myself. Just like Marisa I love to paint my nails. I’m from Belgium and run the blog Nerdy & Fleurty for 2 and a half years now. For today’s blogger takeover I decided to show you the four states of an apple tree throughout the year. When I came across this design on Tumblr, I had to recreate something similar immediately. The original nail art is made by @nailwitharts and she was inspired by a painting. However, I adapted the main idea in order to achieve this ‘story’. For instance, I added apples to the tree! 😉
Because there are only four seasons, I drew a big red apple on my thumb!
First we have spring when the tree is blooming, then summer with the fruits ready to be eaten, then autumn with the colourful leaves and lastly winter. (In case you didn’t recognize it!) It was a lot of fun making these nails. I felt like a toddler again because I had to draw something as easy and simple as a tree. 🙂
I hope you like this representation of the apple tree! I wish you all the best and remember: an apple a day keeps the doctor away! 😉 Thanks again Marisa for this opportunity. It was a pleasure for me to do it!
Thank you so much for posting today! These nails look awesome ? Here are links to some more social media, so you can all go visit:
Remember I’m always looking for other guest posts, shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or in my contact form if interested!