#Stamping Saturday: Hexagons

When I was trying to find inspiration for today's look I wasn't sure what I wanted to do. I ended up trolling pinterest and I found this print. Inspiration hit. I could adapt it to use it for #StampingSaturday which I love. I started with a base of OPI's I Have a Herring Problem. IHAHP is a dusty blue filled with shimmer. 




I then stamped on a hexagon with Winstonia W-113 and Sinful Colors Snow Me White. Finally I took OPI My Dogsled is a Hybrid (teal) and Can't Afjord Not To (coral) and filled in some of the hexes with a teeny-tiny paint brush.




In the end I feel its a good interpretation of my inspiration picture, but translated onto my nails it looks kinda like old school flooring tiles. I do love the color combo though. These are all great together. Be sure to check out all the other lovely ladies who created stamped looks today.

Enjoy & until next time, Amy Lee
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  1. I like it. Kind of reminds me on confetti

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    1. Thanks V! Confetti is always fun!

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  2. I do like the color combo! I've always wanted IHAHP. Something about a muted gray with those brights. Next time you should totally decal this. It takes a little longer but the outcome is better! It makes me want to redo my honeycomb nails...

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    1. Decals are always a disaster for me. I just can't get them to work.

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  3. This is one of my favorites! If you have a gold flake top coat, put it over it. It's lovely together!!

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    1. Oh, I'll totally have to try that combo.

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  4. I like this a lot. The colors work great together!

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  5. I love your interpretation of the print. Fabulous stamping.

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    1. Thanks! I was really happy with how it turned out.

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  6. Funny you mentioned tiles cause my first thought was "Oooo I want to tile my bathroom like that" :)

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    1. lol! I'm not far off on that call am I?

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  7. I like this color combo! Looks just like the picture you used for inspiration!

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    1. Thanks, I'm really happy with how it turned out.

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  8. That is spectacular! And it does look like encaustic tiles!

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  9. Very funky design! IHAHP really suits you!

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    1. Thank you so much. I love the way it works on me.

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  10. This looks great! Perfect interpretation of the print!

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    1. Thanks, I love the way it turned out.

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  11. It's really pretty, I love the pattern and the colors.

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  12. That is some dedication! It would probably take me all day to recreate this. I absolutely love the color combination. I think that the painting in of the pattern would be the perfect opportunity to do that reverse stamping thing. Maybe I'll try it out next week.

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    1. I can't get that shiz to work out for me. Endless frustration.

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  13. Great color combo, I love the hexagons.

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  14. I think it came out great! Love the hexagons <3

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  15. Wow we have nine SS manis today!!!! That's awesome. And I just had to laugh when you said the old flooring tiles thing because I guess it does look like that a little, but definitely only in a good way! I think these look awesome. I love the colors and the print.

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    1. I love it! We need to grow this betch even more. I told you about the tiles. I totally called that.

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  16. You nailed that pattern! IHAHP is such a stunner too!

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  17. IHAHP looks so pretty. I loved the stamping and the colors you filled the stamp with.

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    1. It is really pretty, and thank you so much.

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  18. I love the color palette you chose! The colors work really well together. I kind of love that it's a retro pattern, too. :)

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    1. Thanks! It's very retro and I love that about it.

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  19. Love this!! Great colors, and cute look. :)

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  20. Absolutely love the pattern and the colors you picked out! It's a great combo for the Spring!

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    1. Thank you! I'm so happy for spring to be here. Cannot wait.

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  21. U rocked d pattern. The base color is unique n pretty.

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  22. UUMM...LOVE! - Bubbie

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