Keep reading to find out how I did it.
I gathered up quite a few polishes, below are most the polishes I used, I also used a basecoat and topcoat.
So after placing basecoat on each nail I then coated them with Ciate's flaky polish called "Snow Globe". The flakes in the polish are quite big and do make the nail fairly bumpy so use if you wish, alternatively you could add glitter at the end.
Adding to this I then sponged on a white polish to the tips of each nail, almost to create a graduated french manicure. Mine didn't quite work like this and instead it simply looks like I went wrong. So unless you are great at gradients (I'm not), it may be best to just paint a simple french tip, once I finished I can't even see the gradient.
Now the outlines get filled in, again using the mixed colour.
Using the white polish again I then added a dot to the point of each tree branch and dragged inwards towards the centre of the tree. To make it look like there's more snow at the edge of the branch.
Next I did the same thing but used the glitter polish, added a bit of sparkle to the snow.
To add glitter to the snow at the bottom of the nail I simply used the brush that came with the polish and spread the glitter evenly along the white.
Add a topcoat to help reduce the bumps and increase the shine and you're finished. I think this wou ld also look great without the glitter.
And here's the original for you to see, make sure you check out here Instagram, I think I end up liking every single design she creates.
I actually can't believe I just posted her creation next to mine as her's is so good.