Large Argyle Print Nail Art

I love argyle prints! They're perfect for fall and are easy to create. You can freehand this design or you can use tape or vinyls to create this look. I decided to use blues and do a monochromatic scheme. Here is how I created my large argyle print:

Base and top coat
3 shades of polish
90 degree vinyls (or tape)
Striping brush

I started my argyle print with a white base. I used my go to white polish, Sinful Colors 'Snow Me White'. I then applied a quick drying top coat to speed up drying time.

Once my polish was dry I applied two right angle vinyls in a v-shape with the points centered on the nail. I purchased my nail vinyls from  I then painted a light blue on the sides of the nail and removed the vinyls. This light blue polish is Lucky Lacquer 'Forget Me Not'.

Then using a stripping brush and a darker shade of blue I created a dotted diamond shape to complete the argyle print. I used Lucky Lacquer 'Teal We Meet Again' for my darker shade.

I finished this manicure using 'Teal We Meet Again' on my other fingers. Because I love these colors and the argyle print so much I decided to draw a little heart on my pointer. I used Lucky Lacquer 'Sweet Pea' for the heart.  If you love these lacquers check out Lucky Lacquer's store and use coupon code: Crystal for 10% off your purchase.  She is running some great Holiday promotions as well as offering gift sets perfect for any lacquer lover.

I absolutely adore this design and I hope you do to. It's fairly easy and can be customized in many different ways. There is a good chance I'll be creating this design again with a different color combination. Thank you for stopping by, see you next time. 

Your Fellow Plebe,