In this bento: leftover marinated flank steak, a few kalamata olives, a tangerine from Schletewitz Family, steamed orange cauliflower, and a char sui bao from Trader Joe's.
I also finally did a new nail polish design. This was suggested by a friend of mine a while ago. I love to paint my nails with fun designs, and I love bento, so he thought I should combine the two. Here's what I painted on each nail: thumb: an edamame pod on a blue background; index: a tamagoyaki omelette; middle: a smiling onigiri rice ball; ring: a strawberry; and pinkie: an apple rabbit. Nom, nom, nom! :)
My one year blog-iversary is coming up this Friday! Check in to see a re-do bento, tips on what I consider my bento essentials after one year of bentoing, and a fun prize package. I'm so excited!!!!
Baos make a bento look happy and replete!ReplyDelete
Wow, check out those pop-art nails! The strawberry is my fav...
Adorbs! Love your bento and bentonails :DReplyDelete
haha.. your fun nail paintings are so cute.ReplyDelete
I heart that smiling onigiri...
I bet they put a smile on your face everytime you look at them :)
How exciting! And nice nails, too. I'll be watching for your updates and recommendations. :-)ReplyDelete
Are you able to paint the nails on your other hand, too? (I assume you're right handed?)ReplyDelete
Thanks Jenn! Baos are easy and fun to use in bento, plus they taste GREAT!ReplyDelete
Thanks sheri! Bento Nails FTW!ReplyDelete
Thanks Bobo, I was giggling when I made the nail designs. They are so cute!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much Momma Jorje! I hope you like my anniversary bentos too!ReplyDelete
dragonmamma, I can paint my left hand too, but not as well. If it is just straight polish, it's not so hard, but intricate designs are tough.ReplyDelete
Really?? I can't believe you painted your nails yourself and I soooo LOVE this! So cool!ReplyDelete