Last of the items to review from Born Pretty Store was this stamping plate (which can be found here). I loved the stars and the swirly pattern, but was curious as to the size of the patterns, as some I have previously tried from Born Pretty Store have been on the smaller side. Here is the plate, with the removable blue plastic on it… and as you can see, these are not small!
The first one I tried was, of course, the stars. I used A England Excalibur (the first version) as the stamping polish, and stamped a variety of stars over Dance Legend Anthem.
They turned out beautiful – I’m no expert stamper, even though I am improving, but these were lovely and clear and easy to use.
Next I tried something very different for me – the plaid pattern!
Over a nude shimmery polish I stamped the plaid in black (a stamping polish I made, but any one coat black will work), then used jelly polishes in orange and red to add some colour over the stamping. I didn’t like the effect much, so I added shimmer. And still didn’t much like it, but I have to say, the lines stamped really well, and any crookedness is just my inability to do anything straight 😀
And then finally, I used the swirly brocade like pattern
This was, again, with black, over another of my polishes. I loved this effect – simple, yet rich.
I am very impressed with this stamping plate! 😀 This was sent free for honest review, and can be found (among many others, at Born Pretty Store ). Feel free to use my discount code if you like, found along the right side task bar there – for a 10% discount.
Have a great day