Photo Credit: pollypolish.com
Salad Nail Art
Never Too Much GlitterBlogger Never Too Much Glitter combined a mustard color polish with a dusty medium blue to create this salad-green base. She then added small salad details like hard-boiled eggs and cucumbers, which you can find on her nail-art Etsy store.
French Fry Nail Art
BurkatronNail-art blogger Burkatron used a black nail art pen to draw the individual French fries. As detailed as these nails look, you don't have to be a total nail expert to do them!
Corn Nail Art
Did My NailsDid My Nails was inspired by National Corn On The Cob Day on June 11th to create these beauties. Can you blame her? Serious bonus points for taking a picture with an actual corn on the cob.
Popsicle Nail Art
Lacq LustreWhen you can’t beat the heat, wear something cool on your nails! And there’s nothing cooler than fruity popsicles, like these created by Lacq Lustre.
Burger Nail Art
Ms. CritiqueThese nails by Ms. Critique are chock-full of burger goodness -- complete with tomato, lettuce, and cheese, of course!
Strawberry Nail Art
Polly PolishPolly Polish saw these strawberry beauties floating around Pinterest and decided to give them a try. They are fairly easy to do: All you need is some red, green, and black nail polish and a little tape to create the green edges.
Jelly Bean Nail Art
Lacq LustreLacq Lustre was inspired by her love for jelly beans on to concoct these candy nails.
Watermelon Nail Art
Ms. CritiqueMs. Critique’s tiny watermelons look refreshing enough to eat. We’re already planning what to wear with them.
Cupcake Nail Art
BurkatronThere are a lot of cupcake nail art designs out there, but we liked these because of their deconstructed appearance. And they're very customizable. We especially like Burkatron’s addition of sprinkles.