Hello everyone! Today I have a bit of a different post for you. I now have a decent system for storing my stamping plates, so I want to show it off. Granted, I haven’t done anything particularly unique, in fact I’ll admit I saw the idea in Facebook groups/on YouTube and expanded on it.
I also don’t have that many plates yet, but I hope for that to change. I’m slowly working on building my plate collection now that I have an address to ship plates to.
And without further adieu, here we go!
Good evening! For this week’s AIS challenge, we had to use a plate ending in 8.
It’s Sunday so it’s time for an AIS themed stamping mani! This week’s theme was either Canada Day (which is tomorrow) or American Independence Day (which is Thursday).
Since I’m a born and bred American, I went with an Independence Day mani.
Happy Sunday everyone! That means it’s time for another Adventures in Stamping themed mani, and this week’s theme was butterflies or dragonflies, and I decided to do both!
Aww it’s the last day of the Tri-Polish Challenge for May. I’m a little sad, but I was feeling so uninspired this month, so it’s just as well. As a recap, this month’s colors were red, gray and blue, and the polishes I chose Color Club Mamba, NYC Sidewalkers, and Revlon Royal. Today’s mani is also going to be my last mani for The Nail Challenge Collaborative’s Stamping Challenge.
Products reviewed were purchased by me.
Hello again! Today I’ve got a bit of an involved post for everyone today. First it’s a product review, and second it’s my third manicure for The Nail Challenge Collaborative’s Stamping Challenge.
So, the winner of this week’s Adventures in Stamping theme (that post, as always, will be Sunday) was posted and it required that I have a French tip plate (well, the idea I have in my head does, anyway), and I remembered seeing this Stamping kit in Claire’s the last couple times I was in there, and I knew it had a French tip plate in the kit, so I begged The Fanboy and he was awesome and amazing and awesomely amazing and let me go ahead and get it so I’d be set for Sunday. And, I figured, I’d give a little bit of a review of it and then use the resulting nail art for TNCC.
As seen above, the kit contains three plates, a mini bottle of stamping polish, a stamper and a scraper. The only thing I didn’t review was the scraper, as I don’t use metal scrapers on my plates.
Warning: slightly image heavy.
I know I totally mangled my index finger. I had already redone it once and ran out of time to do it again.
It’s been a long time since I did a stamping manicure, and I figured it’s high time I did one. And, it just so happens that I joined the Adventures in Stamping group on Facebook, which does stamping themes on Sundays.