What a productive week it has been so far. It feels like it has been a while since I’ve had a full week instead of a public holiday somewhere making it a shorter week. Not that I mind the shorter weeks mind you 😉 Has the week been treating you well? I’m wondering, with #31DC2016 just around the corner, is anyone doing it this year? Have you done it previous years? I will be doing it this year for the third time and I am both excited and terrified! Let me know if you’re going to be doing it as well so that I can follow.
I have more stamping plates to show you today. I have the Bundle Monster Musik City plates and I don’t know about you but I fell in love when I saw them. Let me show you.
As always, the plates arrive in a little packet. I must just say, this little packet is so durable. It’s perfect for shipping because it is small and light but still protective.
And also as usual, each plate comes with a blue film that needs to be removed before use.
This whole plate. The flowers, the geometrics combined with fun images like the lips and the peace hand. Love love love
Goodness I love this plate too. It’s so mind bendy and perfect.
This is another awesome plate. The old tapes at the top left is awesome! I love them all.
More awesome flowers. Also really loving the bottom left image.
I like the look of the whole plate but the individual patterns are also really pretty. I specifically love the bottom of the wings with the feathery pattern.
Come on!! Expect those little faces to be used very soon!
Again a very interesting plate as a whole but great patterns and images in the individual sections. Those arrows at the top!
Love love love love love!
When I first saw this set I was very drawn to the eyes on the right but those little monsters at the bottom are just perfect!
This is a nice plate with tons of images or a mix n match of them.
These images are quite large and would easily fit my nails even when they are super long. I really love this set and of course had to do some nail art using it.
I started with a base of 3 coats of piCture pOlish – Never nude. Once it was completely dry I stamped on my middle and ring using BM-S312 and Mundo de Unas – lilac and Mundo de Unas – Mint. I thought the stamping colours went well with the base of Never nude. I topcoated and that was that. Let me show you a swatch.
piCture pOlish – Never nude
This is 3 coats with no topcoat. It’s a light cream / nude base with turquoise and purple glitter and packed with a glass fleck that leans purple, blue or pink depending on the light. The formula is fabulous and even though I needed 3 coats, they were easy and effortless without being thick. I might love this polish a little too much. Here is a close up.
So, what do you think? Of the stamping plates and the polish and the art. Which plate is your favourite? Do you also love the colour combination of the polish? Let me know, I’d love to hear from you
Thanks for reading,