The creators behind popular and well-known pet-themed nail designs, including the original “Fetch Me,” have taken a shot at the public by releasing a new book, Creative Pets, that offers tips for creating your own nail art.
It’s called “A Collection of New and Improved Designs,” and it’s available for pre-order now on Amazon.
A lot of pet owners are aware that they can’t simply “purchase” the nail designs they love and then paint them.
Instead, they must buy them from a nail art shop, then make their own designs and apply them to their pets.
Here are some of the more popular ones that I stumbled upon:A.
The “Bitch in the Box” This nail art collection features a selection of the most popular and beloved designs, and it even includes a few of my personal favorites, like “Tulip” and “Grapevine.”
The “Grizzly” is a collection of six different styles:Black and green, with a bold black-and-gold gradient, white, pink, and gold.
Black and gold, with an orange and blue gradient, blue, and purple.
Black, with black-trimmed red, green, blue and gold gradient.
Black-trims red, orange, yellow and purple gradient.
Blue, with gold-trimming red, purple, and green gradient.
White, with green-trimmings red, black, and blue.
Yellow, with yellow-trimmer red, pink and gold (with a black-red trimming and white-red stripes).
Pink, with white-trimmers red, yellow, and black.
An old favorite from the late 80sThe original “Bitches” was a line of nail designs that looked like the faces of real-life women.
They were all drawn by artist Susan Fink.
The first collection, which came out in 1985, was named after the late Susan Finkle, who was known for creating nail designs for children’s magazines.
In 1985, Fink was the creative director of children’s magazine Kids in Toyland and created a line that included some of her own designs, such as “Tailgating” and “A Bitch in a Box.”
“Lily” The “Lilly” design by Fink is one of my favorites.
This is an homage to Lily from “The Little Mermaid,” which was one of the first Disney movies that had a magical princess named Ariel.
It has a red gradient that runs from her toes to her belly button, which makes it look more like a unicorn.
The “Snowflake” design is the other one.
The red gradient from her toe to her mouth and then to her heart.
The heart is also a reference to Ariel from the movie, “Ariel and the King of Thieves.”
I really like how the red gradient gives the design more of a dragon look.
I love the way that the pink and yellow colors compliment each other.
“Cheryl” and the “Amber” designsBoth of these designs are inspired by Cheryl the “lady” from “Beauty and the Beast,” which is a popular animated movie series.
It’s a little bit of a mystery what the inspiration for these designs came from, but I think that it’s likely that Cheryl was inspired by the purple-pink and purple-red colors of the movie.
The original “Puppy” and a “Giraffe”This is another of my favorite designs, this time by artist Jody Hill.
I don’t think I’ve ever seen a dog nail design that looked more appealing.
This design features a purple-and red gradient.
The design is also reminiscent of the Disney animated character “Pom Pom” from the film “Frozen.”
The gradient is a blue-and purple gradient, and the mouth is a pink-and orange gradient.
This design is actually a bit difficult to find, but the original designer has uploaded a YouTube video that shows how to make it.