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    Posted August 4, 2012 by
    JennyPasha
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    What do the Paralympics mean to you?

    JennyPasha and 14 other iReporters contributed to Open Story: London 2012 Olympics

    Golden Olympic nails

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     JennyPasha says it took her more than two hours to create her Olympic inspired nail art. She has been doing nail art for more than a year. For this year's Olympic Games, she has enjoyed watching the gymnastic events. 'I was astounded by the strength and agility of the men and women participating,' she says. 'It was great to see the British men’s team get a medal for the first time in 100 years. But most of all I have loved watching the amazing success that team Great Britain has had over the past few days in the water, cycling and track events,' she says. She waited to create a set of nails that showed her support for Great Britain. 'I have done Union flag nails many times in the past, but for the Olympics everyone’s goal is to go for a gold medal, so I decided to do an all gold set of nails. I love using studs to make a 3D nail look so went for a gold on gold British flag,' she says. You can see more of her creative creations on at her blog.
    - Jareen, CNN iReport producer

    I am so proud to have the Olympics in London - my home town. In order to show my pride and support for Team GB I decided to create a nail design for the occasion. Gold medals are the goal so I thought an all gold design was appropriate. Go team GB!
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