Sunday, March 8, 2015

Born Pretty Store Stamping Plate and Spring Nail Art

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Good morning, dear readers! I hope you have been enjoying the weekend! For today's post, I wanted to share a nail art look I created using a stamping plate from Born Pretty Store. Let's check it out!
This plate is so pretty! I like the starfish and the shell, but I fell in love with the large pattern taking up most of the plate. It looks like a cross between sea kelp and a paisley pattern, and I adore it!
I am so excited with how this manicure turned out! It's nice for spring but not too bright. I'm still trying to perfect my stamping skills, but this plate worked really nicely for me. I got a good transfer onto my stamper, and the image is huge! The stamping on my ring finger smeared a little when I first started to put on top coat, not because of a problem with the plate.
I cannot link the link for this exact plate on Born Pretty Store, but they do have other plates available here.

I used shades from the new Model City Polish Spring Bouquet Collection (review here): Primrose, Himalayan Poppy, Hellebore, and Fritillaria for my base and stamped with Zoya Lael.
You can save 10% on your purchase of nail art supplies by using discount code QWL91.

Until next time, dear readers, have a wonderful day!
XO!


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8 comments:

  1. I love those BP plates, I find they are easy to use and my stamping has improved.

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  2. Super gorgeous! Makes me want to get into stamping! :o Love the colors you used. :)

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  3. I love this look! I wish I could get my stamping attempts to turn out this lovely!!

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  4. Beautiful! I love the sort of ombred colors in the background and the stamp design over it almost looks like henna!

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  5. Nice stamping! I own this plate but haven't used it yet.

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  6. This is a really lovely mani, wow I love it!

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