Friday, August 1, 2014

Ketupat Nails For Hari Raya

First of all, I would like to say Happy Ied Mubarak for all my Muslim fellas around the world. It has been a week since that Hari Raya, but the euphoria is still in the air. For any mistakes and wrong doings that I may have done throughout the year that might have hurt you, I sincerely ask for your forgiveness. Hehe. Well, if we talk about Hari Raya dish, you can escape from the chosen one, ketupat. It is a food which made from rice that is wrapped with a wrapper made ​​of young woven palm leaves. That's why for today, I decided to make simple nail art which inspired from ketupat. Enjoy peeps!

I started with 2 coats as base color from Maybelline Color Show - Mint Mojito. Then with Ingrid Nail Polish, I made each line manually with my long nail brushes. It's much easier to make line with long brushes. Finish with top coat.


I was searching for ketupat nails inspired and mostly done with fish braid style. So I made some fishtail for my ring finger, but somehow it looks bad. Maybe the combination of the color that I used, I don't know. I just don't like it. So I removed it and change it in to some-kind-of-fishtail-shape.


This Ketupat isn't only as a food, it has meaning actually. That said, the complexity of webbing that wraps ketupat is a symbol of human mistakes that wraps our hearts. While the white rice inside, symbolizes of purity after thru the Ramadhan in a month. 


Well, that's all my Raya nails which inspired by ketupat, the must-have-item in Hari Raya. Just in case if you don't know what kind of food that ketupat, I give you the look of it. Hehe.

Before cooked
After cooked
Here all kind of food which I have during Hari Raya in my grandmother house, where all my big family were gathered. Rendang, konro, coto, opor, buras, ketupat, cookies and all, just in the right place. I can't tell you one by one bcuz too many delicious food in one table! Haha. I hope these lovely food doesn't make you starving bcuz they all taste really good. Hehe. 


The next day, my friends and I went to Silaturahmi in one of my friend house. She prepare these for us! Barobbo and fruits soup. Barobbo is basically made from corn on the cob. Served with perkedel, fried onions, lemon and chili grind. While fruit soup made ​​from various kinds of fruits such as grapes, apples, watermelon, pears, jackfruit, mixed with milk, lemon syrup and ice cubes. Absolutely yummy!

Barobbo
Fruits soup
That's all for today. Sorry for the food spam. Haha. I'm such a happy girl bcuz I can still celebrate the feast this year along with my lil family completely, my mom and dad, and my only lil brother. Let's pray that we still met in Ramadan next year with all our beloved ones. Amin. Once again, Happy Ied Mubarak everyone! Mohon maaf lahir dan batin. Have a wonderful celebration with all your beloved family and friends! ^^

16 comments:

  1. It's very beautiful - and I like the inspiration.
    The food looks so delicious!

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    1. Thank you Maria. Glad you like it :D
      Yeah, I really enjoy the food. Hehe :)

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  2. Lovely nails! They look so cool! :-)

    I agree with Maria, the food looks delicious :-D

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    1. Thanks Ananka :D
      Indeed, those food taste the best :D

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  3. great inspiration! i honestly don't know anything about Muslim culture but I think you captured the look of the palm leaves really well :) happy celebrating!

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    1. Glad that I did it. I was worry before if it doesn't look like ketupat at all. Hehe. Thank you, girl. That's so kind of you :)

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  4. I just saw this kawaii nails!
    you're so creative making ketupat nails hehe

    xx
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  5. Super cutteeeee^^
    Mind to follow each other?

    missdjoen.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank youuuu~ :D
      Sure, done follow your lovely blog! :)

      Delete
  6. Waw amazing nails! You have such a great blog, lovely nail art :)
    If you like my blog, maybe we can follow each other on GFC, would be great :)
    Hope to hear from you :)

    http://dreamland1234.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thanks Monika :)
      Sure we can follow each other. I'm already followed you :D

      Delete
  7. This is super cute and looks so simple. I would like to try it too. And I never would have thought that food is your inspiration.
    Would you like to follow each other via gfc?

    http://kintsugioflife.blogspot.com

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    1. Super thanks. Anything can be our inspiration. Hehe :D
      Sure, it's a pleasure to follow your blog. Done! :)

      Delete
  8. Thank you for visiting my blog :)
    Following you back now :)
    Have a great weekend

    http://dreamland1234.blogspot.com/

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    1. You'r always welcome. Monika. You too, have a great day! :)

      Delete

Friday, August 1, 2014

Ketupat Nails For Hari Raya

Posted by : CC At Friday, August 01, 2014
These nails are: 
First of all, I would like to say Happy Ied Mubarak for all my Muslim fellas around the world. It has been a week since that Hari Raya, but the euphoria is still in the air. For any mistakes and wrong doings that I may have done throughout the year that might have hurt you, I sincerely ask for your forgiveness. Hehe. Well, if we talk about Hari Raya dish, you can escape from the chosen one, ketupat. It is a food which made from rice that is wrapped with a wrapper made ​​of young woven palm leaves. That's why for today, I decided to make simple nail art which inspired from ketupat. Enjoy peeps!

I started with 2 coats as base color from Maybelline Color Show - Mint Mojito. Then with Ingrid Nail Polish, I made each line manually with my long nail brushes. It's much easier to make line with long brushes. Finish with top coat.


I was searching for ketupat nails inspired and mostly done with fish braid style. So I made some fishtail for my ring finger, but somehow it looks bad. Maybe the combination of the color that I used, I don't know. I just don't like it. So I removed it and change it in to some-kind-of-fishtail-shape.


This Ketupat isn't only as a food, it has meaning actually. That said, the complexity of webbing that wraps ketupat is a symbol of human mistakes that wraps our hearts. While the white rice inside, symbolizes of purity after thru the Ramadhan in a month. 


Well, that's all my Raya nails which inspired by ketupat, the must-have-item in Hari Raya. Just in case if you don't know what kind of food that ketupat, I give you the look of it. Hehe.

Before cooked
After cooked
Here all kind of food which I have during Hari Raya in my grandmother house, where all my big family were gathered. Rendang, konro, coto, opor, buras, ketupat, cookies and all, just in the right place. I can't tell you one by one bcuz too many delicious food in one table! Haha. I hope these lovely food doesn't make you starving bcuz they all taste really good. Hehe. 


The next day, my friends and I went to Silaturahmi in one of my friend house. She prepare these for us! Barobbo and fruits soup. Barobbo is basically made from corn on the cob. Served with perkedel, fried onions, lemon and chili grind. While fruit soup made ​​from various kinds of fruits such as grapes, apples, watermelon, pears, jackfruit, mixed with milk, lemon syrup and ice cubes. Absolutely yummy!

Barobbo
Fruits soup
That's all for today. Sorry for the food spam. Haha. I'm such a happy girl bcuz I can still celebrate the feast this year along with my lil family completely, my mom and dad, and my only lil brother. Let's pray that we still met in Ramadan next year with all our beloved ones. Amin. Once again, Happy Ied Mubarak everyone! Mohon maaf lahir dan batin. Have a wonderful celebration with all your beloved family and friends! ^^

16 Comments:

Marias Nail Art said...

It's very beautiful - and I like the inspiration.
The food looks so delicious!

Ananka said...

Lovely nails! They look so cool! :-)

I agree with Maria, the food looks delicious :-D

Lovestruck Lacquer said...

great inspiration! i honestly don't know anything about Muslim culture but I think you captured the look of the palm leaves really well :) happy celebrating!

CC said...

Thank you Maria. Glad you like it :D
Yeah, I really enjoy the food. Hehe :)

CC said...

Thanks Ananka :D
Indeed, those food taste the best :D

CC said...

Glad that I did it. I was worry before if it doesn't look like ketupat at all. Hehe. Thank you, girl. That's so kind of you :)

Andrea Gina Karima said...

I just saw this kawaii nails!
you're so creative making ketupat nails hehe

xx
Overload Journals
Instagram

Yunita Veronica said...

Super cutteeeee^^
Mind to follow each other?

missdjoen.blogspot.com

CC said...

Thanks a lot Andrea :)

CC said...

Thank youuuu~ :D
Sure, done follow your lovely blog! :)

monika berdnik said...

Waw amazing nails! You have such a great blog, lovely nail art :)
If you like my blog, maybe we can follow each other on GFC, would be great :)
Hope to hear from you :)

http://dreamland1234.blogspot.com/

Random_Hi_D said...

This is super cute and looks so simple. I would like to try it too. And I never would have thought that food is your inspiration.
Would you like to follow each other via gfc?

http://kintsugioflife.blogspot.com

CC said...

Thanks Monika :)
Sure we can follow each other. I'm already followed you :D

CC said...

Super thanks. Anything can be our inspiration. Hehe :D
Sure, it's a pleasure to follow your blog. Done! :)

monika berdnik said...

Thank you for visiting my blog :)
Following you back now :)
Have a great weekend

http://dreamland1234.blogspot.com/

CC said...

You'r always welcome. Monika. You too, have a great day! :)

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