Teal Tuesdays...Challenge Jelly Sandwich

Hi Guys,

It's Teal Tuesdays time and the Challenge: Jelly Sandwich 


I'm so excited for this challenge because I wanted to use white bread for this look.  I know whole wheat bread is better for you but trust me just for today I'm going for white bread which is China Glaze Moonlight, it's a sheer white jelly polish.  You don't hear much about this one so I'm featuring it today because it's a pretty good jelly actually not too bad in the streaky department.  I believe it's still available at your local Sally's.

The glitter used is L.A. Girl Glitter Addict, Nostalgic a teal blue in small and medium hexagon glitters.  I love these glitters and I have several of them in my collection.  I purchased them from Cherry Culture online.

China Glaze Moonlight and L.A. Girl Glitter Addict Nostalgic

Jelly Sandwich

Jelly Sandwich

Here are the steps...


                                     China Glaze Moonlight (3 coats)
Jelly Sandwich

Jelly Sandwich

Jelly Sandwich
I applied thin coats letting them dry thoroughly.  Nice smooth milky finish.


L.A. Girl Glitter Addict, Nostalgic (1 coat)
Jelly Sandwich

Jelly Sandwich

Jelly Sandwich
I did a dabbing motion applying the glitter it's easier this way so the glitter goes on evenly without any lumps forming.  It's so sparkly and I love it against the white. 


Last step...

China Glaze Moonlight (1 coat)
Jelly Sandwich

Jelly Sandwich
Love how the one coat of white changed the glitter to a lighter shade of teal blue.  Also I topped it off with a coat of Poshe' fast dry tc. No gritty glitter here very smooth. 

More Pics...



Jelly Sandwich

Jelly Sandwich

I love this so much! I'll be making more white bread sandwiches with different color jelly glitters.


Do you like white jelly sandwiches?  Will you try it?




 
 Until next time please have a great nail polish day. (✿◠‿◠)
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  1. this is a great substitute for Dollish Polish Expecto Patronum

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  2. Love the color combo. Very pretty.

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  3. I do like the white jellies!! I have a few others but I think I like this one better.

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  4. I love white jellies! Here's a mani I did with a blue topped with a white jelly. http://www.addisonwonderland.blogspot.com/2012/07/my-first-jelly-sammich-d.html

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  5. I really like how this turned out! I also like the glitter right over the base too, rather than making it into a jelly sandwich

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  6. This looks amazing...its like the glitter is encased in the polish. Great job

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  7. Wow, this looks so awesome on you! I might not be crazy about glitters, but you make me want to try this!

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  8. Really like how this came out. I am going to be looking for some blue glitter in my stash that is not super 'full/opaque.' Right now only thinking of the blue one from Muppets last holiday. The other one I have is a ChGlaze and it's way to opaque. Thanks for the idea...I have been clinging to doing my jelly sands with flakies and my all time fav OPI Pirouette My Whistle.

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  9. Nail Polish Anon: Yes it does money saved for me :)

    Thanks ladies:

    NailXchange: Give it a try you might like it then stamp over it.

    beachgal: Flakie jellies sounds awesome. I must try it :)

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  10. I really appreciate that you show pics of each step. It really helps people who are new or relatively new to polish, like me!

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  11. Shannon-Lee : Glad it helped you Shannon now go make yourself to a jelly sandwich :)

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  12. Love Jelly Sandwiches!! So Pretty!!

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  13. Oh wow I am loving this! Must keep an eye out for those colours :)

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