Tuesday Stamping #155


Hey guys,

Time to get our stamping on!

Basically, this is how I am going to do it.  I am going to be stamping over black and white. White will be the lightest colour you ever wear and black the darkest.  What better way to see how a polish works over dark and light colours.  Now, obviously, not many will actually want to stamp OVER black but it will be a good way to find out if a polish will show up over dark colours.  If it shows up on black you can be pretty certain it will show up over everything.  That does mean that if it is noticeable but not very, it will probably work much better over say a purple or a blue.  I will try to address this with each polish I show you as well.

I will also be using the same plate for all the stamping to make sure there will be continuity.  I chose a stamp that had some images with thin lines, with bigger spaces, with some detail etc.  That way you can see if a polish will stamp crisp lines when they are thin or if it will smudge when the image has bigger spaces.  I decided to go with Pueen11. I will be using the 4 full nail images on this plate.

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I will show you 4 of my ordinary polishes with every post.  If you want to see more or less per post please let me know.  I will use 4 random polishes each time until I have worked through all the polishes I have (excluding glitters of course) and I will show you everything, whether it stamped well or not.  I will also be showing you my first attempts at all of them.  Sometimes it happens that you move the stamper a little bit when you stamp onto the nail.  Or you waited just a second too long and the whole image doesn’t transfer.  Or you press too hard and get the shadow stamping.  Usually if this happens I would remove it and stamp again.  It also happens that a polish looks so promising and after you’ve stamped you think, ah this could look better if I tried it once or twice more.  I will not be doing any of that.  What I stamp first try is what you get.  I just feel that you can get a better result if you keep trying but the mark of a good stamping polish is how well it works straight off the bat.

To see all the Tuesday Stamping posts you can use the Tuesday Stamping tag in the tag cloud or you can go to the Swatches tab in the top menu and look under Stamping swatches.  These are sorted by brand, then name alphabetically.

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It’s another batch of half requested, half random China Glaze polishes. I chose 4 darker blue shades today. Feel free to let me know if you want to see anything specific. Let’s go

China Glaze – Born to rule

China Glaze - Born to rule

I didn’t expect much from this dark blue shade, especially on the black. It does look great on the white though and stamps pretty well.

China Glaze – Crushin’ on blue

China Glaze - Crushin' on blue

This blue has a bit of shimmer but it is quite sheer so I wasn’t sure what to expect. It is visible on the white but not the best. The shimmer really pops on the black though. It stamps pretty well.

China Glaze – Mer-made for bluer waters

China Glaze - Mer-made for bluer waters

This is another shimmery one with a more teal undertone. Just like the previous one, it really pops on the black. It’s not too bad on the white though.

China Glaze – Wait n’ sea

China Glaze - Wait n' sea

I was a little surprised by this one. I somehow imagined it would perform better. It stamps pretty well but it isn’t really opaque enough to really do a good job.


What do you think? Do you have a favourite? Do you want to see any of them stamped over a specific colour? Do you have an idea for a stamped design you would like me to do?  Do you have any suggestions for changes or additions you would prefer on these posts?   I would love to hear from you.  Or if you want to choose the next 4 polishes let me know.

Thanks for reading,

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