Sunday, June 3, 2012

POTTERthon: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Hi lovelies!

Seventh and last day of the HP nail series!  I'm actually pretty proud of myself for completing a challenge lol.  Seven days is probably my max ;)

In this book, Harry and his friends set out to find and destroy all of the Horcruxes created by Voldermort in order to finally defeat him. 


There's a whole lot going on in this book.. I really enjoyed this one but was sad that it all had to come to an end.  Sigh.

On my index is the sign for the Deathly Hallows which are the elder wand, the resurrection stone and the cloak of invisibility.  My middle finger is in honour of Mad Eye who died at the beginning of the book when transferring Harry from Privet Drive to the Burrow.  My ring finger is the number 7 for the 7 Horcruxes that they need to find before Voldermorts death, and the pinkie.. oh the pinkie.  This.. is supposed to be the killing curse that Voldermort  uses on Harry.  However he did it with the elder wand, which backfired because it had allegiance to Harry, thus killing Voldermort.  So this is the backfiring beam from the wand... ;)

Welp.  There you have it!  This is actually making me want to re-read the books but my entire collection is at my parents place, a few thousand kilometers from here :(

Hope you all liked this series, and don't forget to see what the other girls did for the final book of the series:

7 comments:

  1. I loved seeing this nail series! Such a great mani-finale! hehe :D
    Aw, yea it's sad that Harry Potter is over. After I watched the last movie, it REALLY felt like it was over lol. After reading the books it was like I had the movies to take over my Harry Potter need, and then it ended :( Sad haha

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  2. I'm with Traci about not feeling like it was all over until the final movie installment.

    I think this might be my faovurite manicure out of the whole series. The black background on all the nails gives a slightly subdued feeling, almost "resolved". The designs are fairly simple but I think that adds something to the message.

    Perhaps I'm reading too far into this mani, but I won't lie: I grew up - lived, breathed, talked, dreamt - Harry Potter from about age 10 to age 20. Needless to say, this challenge holds a special place in my heart.

    Good for you, completing a whole challenge. This would take a large investment of time and talents and I think you did a marvelous job, Julie. Truly. :)

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  3. Like everyone else here, I was so sad when it ended. I grew up with Harry Potter... I'm still waiting my Hogwarts letter. It's 8 years late, but they must've sent Errol.

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  4. Great blog structure.

    I would love to follow your beautiful blog! <3 maybe we can follow each other?



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  5. Great final mani! Good job for sticking with it for a week! I don't know if I could have done it myself!

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  6. This is great perfect work. I love your colour choices!

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