Happy Monday! Did you have a good weekend? I did, except that I woke up this morning feeling tired and needing another weekend.
I’ve had this idea for a while and I thought the metallic prompt would be a great time to do it. It didn’t turn out exactly how I imagined it but I still it’s pretty. What do you think?
I started off with 2 coats of Color Club – Harp on it on all my nails. When that was completely dry I use China Glaze – Admire and China Glaze – Harmony with BM323 to stamp. When I applied the polish on the plate I tried to put the different colours in different spot on the plate. Added topcoat and done. I haven’t shown you these two metallic polishes yet so let me do that.
China Glaze – Admire
This is 2 coats with no topcoat. It’s a dusty pink metallic that is really beautiful and stamps really well.
China Glaze – Harmony
This is 2 coats with no topcoat. It is a gorgeous purple shimmery metallic. I love this colour and – also – stamps very well.
What do you think? Do you think the multi coloured stamping works? Here is the poster with the prompts in case you want to follow along or even just to see what’s coming up. You can also check out other posts from todays prompt by checking out the Inlinkz goodie below or following the #31DC2014 on all social media platforms.
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The stamping rocks but Admire, she takes the cake baby!
Admire is SO gorgeous. Thanks V!
too beautiful my friend!
Thanks so much my friend. xxx
STUNNING! I really love this! Gorgeous image!
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Thanks so much.
This looks lovely and delicate! 🙂
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Thanks so much Kerry
(Saw your guest post on LipGlossedNinja and came to check out your blog.) The description was a bit difficult to follow for us newbies though – we weren’t sure what “with BM323 to stamp” meant or how to get it? But when we get some time, we’re definitely going to google it! And we’ll be back here for more!
Thank you so much for the feedback and comment. I will definitely work on making it a bit easier to follow.
For future reference, stamping plates are usually numbered and the stamping plate I used is plate BM323. Of course that will also tell you what brand of stamping plate it is (BM = Bundle Monster).
Love it! Usually you see holo as the stamping polish, so I like how the holo is underneath. Usually I don’t like to see a holo covered up ;), but with the metallics, the effect is beautiful! 🙂
Thanks so much Lesley. I also love showing the holo off. 😉