Monday, December 1, 2014

Silly Bee's Chickadees Gift of Melly 2014: Ida's Electric Snow (plus Giveaway!)

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Hello again! To make today even more festive, I have a new collaboration holiday polish from Silly Bee's Chickadees to share with you guys. Earlier this year Melly asked if I would like to take part in her Silly Bee's Chickadees Gift of Melly and I am excited to show off what we came up with. The Gift of Melly is a collection of collaboration polishes inspired by favorite holiday movies and $2 from each polish will go the charity chosen by each of the participating bloggers.

I chose Hospice Austin as the charity to support. While there are a number of wonderful national charities and awareness organizations, I feel that giving support to a local charity or service makes a huge impact in your own home base. Hospice Austin is a a non-profit organization that provides a enormous service to families and patients in their time of need and for each bottle of Ida's Electric Snow purchased, $2 will go to them. 
Silly Bee's Chickadees Ida's Electric Snow 
Layered over Color Club Factory Girl 
I chose The Nightmare Before Christmas as my holiday movie. It's definitely something I watch every December (as well as October) and I especially love the scene where Jack Skellington discovers Christmas Town. I have been know to sing What's This? way too much, so I chose that particular scene as my inspiration. 
Ida's Electric Snow is a clear based topper polish with matte white glitter, various colored metallic glitter and a touch of blue iridescent shimmer/glitter. 
I can not tell you just how much I love this polish! You can totally see the inspiration behind this, the white snow, the holiday lights, the sparkle in the air, so so fun!



Silly Bee's Chickadees Ida's Electric Snow 
Layered over American Apparel Hassid 
Here is another layered look, this time over a dark base to show off those iridescent glitter. 
For each photo, I applied just one coat over the base color. 



What do you think? I hope you like it as much as I do.

Here is a look a the other 6 polishes in this year's Gift of Melly:


Left to right: 
Jacki's Who-ville Christmas (Adventures In Acetone for Polished Girlz) 
Emily's Dreaming of a White Christmas (The Lacquerologist for Second Chance For Animals- Canton, OH) 
Ida's Electric Snow (Ida Nails It for Hospice Austin) 
Steph's Silver White Winters (Imperfectly Painted for The Pet Alliance Of Greater Orlando) 
Mishka's Rare Exports (Accio Lacquer for Cancer Research Institute) 
Sydney's Hot Chocolate (Polish Monster for Bikes or Bust) 
Diana's Merry Little Christmas (Polish Monster for Alzheimer's Association)

You can purchase Ida's Electric Snow (as well as any of the other 6 polishes) for $10 in Silly Bee's Chickadees shop. As I mentioned before, $2 from each polish will go to the respective blogger's charity. This collection is limited in number so don't delay!

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25 comments:

  1. What a nice wintery glitter that is!

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  2. Nightmare Before Christmas!! What else??

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  3. This is so pretty over light and dark shades! I think it's great that you chose a local charity...such an important cause!

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  4. Elf!! Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  5. A Year Without A Santa Claus! Thanks for the chance!

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  6. A Charlie Brown Christmas

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  7. My favorite holiday movie is Elf!! Thank you for the chance to win this beautiful glitter polish!

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  8. I'm torn between my classic favorite of A Christmas Story and my adult favorite, Elf!

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  9. A Christmas Story...and it's a good thing too...because they play it for 24 hours STRAIGHT!...lol!

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  10. National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation....hands down!

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  11. The Apartment. It is not really a holiday movie but Christmas and New Year's eve happens in the movie.

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  12. A Charlie Brown Christmas & A Christmas Story!

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  13. I consider Little Woman to be a Christmas movie, and it is my favorite :)

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  14. The Nightmare Before Christmas.. it will ALWAYS be my favorite.. although the classics always get me, I think nothing can beat my Jack!

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  15. It would have to be The Nightmare Before Christmas, and The Grinch Who Stole Christmas. I love them both

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