I'm pretty late with this, but I'm even more busy than before! This week our fieldwork began and we've had so much to do! Today I've been able to relax a bit and therefore finally got around to get this post together..
Some weeks ago I recieved a stamping set from Born Pretty Store to review =D Here it is:
I've never tried stamping before, I've seen it as a kind of 'cheating' but I've been more and more curious as to how it works, so I finally gave in and chose to try it out! And I'm hooked now! haha..
Well I had visitors when I recieved the package.. Wanted to give it just a quick try and then play with them later.. But couldn't get it to work :/ Well, I learned an important lesson: Remember to take off the plastic sheeting! lol.. haha..
Here's a stamp on paper.. Remember this is my very first try.. I couldn't get every pattern to transfer complete, and I pretty sure it's because it requires practice!
|Born Pretty Store stamping plate m49|
|Born Pretty Store stamping plate m48|
|My first mani ever feat. stamping =D|
And here's the base colors:
And the glitter gradient..
And the end result once again
The involved in this mani:
|Ask if you wanna know any names!|
I'm really hooked on those stamping plates! If I only had some time to practice!
I feel that the plates are pretty sturdy.. I used a used plastic card instead of the scraper, because I've heard that was best. And I felt the scraper could do damage to the plates - so I just left it alone :p
So I can only recommend these =D I need some full image stamping plates now! haha..
This kit is $4.85 at BornPrettyStore.com and they always have free shipping! Don't forget to get 10% off by using this code: SKEJ61
Have you tried stamping? Which plates would you recommend for full nail images? (Or whatever it's called :p)
Have fun and take care =)
- The stamping kit was sent to me for review. The review is my honest opinion.