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Today's design challenge is "lace". I used Butter London's "Poole" as my base and stamped white lace over it (details in the post!).
As you can see, my stamping is missing spots! Once again, I had problems where the polish picked up on the stamper but didn't want to stick to my nails -- I need to figure this out!! WHY does it not stick in some spots? Am I pressing too lightly against my nail?? Argh!!!
As mentioned, the base colour is Butter London's "Poole" (an awesome blue, highly recommended!), I used 2 coats for this mani. I stamped with Konad's white stamping polish and used the pink end of the Konad double-ended stamper. I used Pueen28 plate (see image below) and topped with Seche Vite.
Under LED desk lamp.
Macro under LED light.
Indoors, bright daylight (no direct sun), near windows.
Outside, bright daylight (no direct sun).
Pueen 28 plate.
Even though my lace design didn't transfer completely, I still really like this mani! I would definitely try it again!
Where to buy this stuff?? Butter London polishes are easily found online and in some stores. Konad stamping polishes can be found online in a lot of places. The Pueen stamping plate can be bought from the Pueen website. The plate I used (28) is part of the "Love Elements" set of plates, though you can buy them individually. Nail Polish Canada has both the individual plate and the Love Elements set in stock (based in Canada, ships to US/Canada, free shipping in Canada).
NB: I purchased these products myself. I have NO affiliation whatsoever with any of the products or websites discussed in this post.
Please check out the other September Stamping participants!