Good afternoon, readers! Today’s post uses the last 3 images from the Messy Mansion MM14 stamping plate. Two sparrow birds and a peacock feather design.
Here is the MM14 stamping image plate, with arrows pointing to all 3 images used in this post:
Let’s go with the two flying sparrow bird images first. I used I Love Nail Polish Adorablue for a base color. Once it was dry, I stamped on each sparrow using China Glaze Passion. After top coat, I used tip guides and painted on this Julie G Rock Candy texture.
The sparrows transferred nicely!
For the other stamp, I used Elevation Polish Mount Cangyan as a base. Then, I used three of the Color Club Halo Hues and painted thick stripes on the stamp plate of each color to fill it in. While on the nail, the holo showed a lot but there was the slightest color difference as well. Can you tell its not just one stamped color?
What do you think of these simple stamp manis?
Did you miss my other uses for this Messy Mansion MM14 plate? Go check out the 3 other posts by clicking the links below.
Messy Mansion plates can be purchased at the website below and this plate is $7.00.
Shipping is from Australia but it is very reasonable to ship all over, $2.50 for 6 plates sent air mail.
Thanks so much for reading!
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*The stamp plate in this post was sent for me to review with my honest opinion.
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