Saturday, February 21, 2015

Stamping with MPolish Snowberry!

Hey y'all!

Tonight on the blog I have some simple stamping over a jelly polish base. 


Here's a picture of the polishes and stamping plate I used to create this look:

Left to right: Essie protein base, Mango Bunny Fern Bunny, MPolish Snowberry, Seche Vite
Front: Cici&Sisi plate #3

I started as usual with my base coat to protect my nail and then followed that up with painting Fern Bunny on all of my nails. I waited a few minutes for that to mostly dry and then moved on to the stamping portion. I decided to keep with the theme of the polish which felt very forest-y to me so I chose a leaf pattern to stamp over the base color.

Leaf image from Cici&Sisi plate #3

I used MPolish Snowberry for the leave image on my nails. You can find this awesome stamping polish HERE

I waited for the stamping images to dry for a few minutes and then top coated with Seche Vite. Here's a macro to show the details of the stamping. I am thrilled with the results.



What is your favorite way to use nail stamping? 





32 comments:

  1. That mango bunny polish is gorgeous. I love the stamping as well

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    1. Thank you, Manna! I'm completely obsessed with this polish!

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  2. Oh my word these are some cute nails! Looking at my blog I use stamping all the time at the moment - I just like how quickly it creates dramatic looks.
    Have to say that Mango Bunny polish is insanely pretty - I love the triangles...

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    1. Thank you, Charlie! I agree with the stamping. It just changes the look so quickly!

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  3. WOW! I really love this look. The macro is gorgeous! I actually like to stamp all my nails usually. Sometimes I use a different image as an accent :)

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    1. Thank you! The macro is my favorite part! Haha.

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  4. The Mango Bunny polish is so pretty and I love your macro shot! Gorgeous!

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  5. Such a lovely color! and the leaves are perfect with it :)

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  6. I love stamping! Your mani is great i love it!

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    1. Thank you Katey! I love it too! I was sad to take it off.

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  8. Beautiful mani. I love your stamping.

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  9. I haven't done too much stamping yet to tell you a favorite way - I guess right now it would be the way that works :P Love this mani!! Gorgeous green :)

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    1. Thank you Shawna! Get your hands on some quality stamping polishes and you'll fall in love with stamping!

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  10. I like the leaf pattern and I really have to look up those stamping polishes!

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    1. Thank you! You'll love these polishes!

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  11. Gorgeous stamping and that Mango Bunny Polish is really pretty too! I love stamping each and every way though reverse stamping is probably my favorite.

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    1. Thank you! I love reverse stamping too.

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  12. I'd love to know what you think about the Cici & Sisi plates! They are on my consideration list to purchase!

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    1. Amanda - I feel that they're really great for the price. And if you get them on Amazon, it's usuallu free shipping and they get to you quickly! Some of my images don't work perfectly but overall, they're great quality.

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  13. The Cici & Sisi plate looks like it has some great images, which set is that one from?

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  14. Very pretty! And my favorite way to use nail stamping? Just trying not to mess it up is my competence level, lol

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  15. Love that jelly! I dont have a favorite way to use stamping since im still a beginner :)

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  16. This is gorgeous! I love that Mango Bunny polish - so pretty, and such a cute name! I love to make "advanced" stamping decals, that's my favorite stamping technique. :)

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  17. Gorgeous. Jelly polishes are my favorite. I don't really have a favorite way of stamping though, maybe cause I don't do it too often.

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