Saturday, July 18, 2015

#StampingSaturday: Flowers in Paris

#StampingSaturday!!! These are always some of my favorite posts. Just a quick heads up, before we dive into the meat of the post. We recently started a Facebook Group for #StampingSaturdays. It's a great resource for getting the link up code, bouncing ideas off of like-minded people, and showing off your stamped manis! I'd love it if you came and joined us! 

Today, I started with a base coat of F.U.N. Lacquer's Midnight in Paris. This beauty is part of a Limited Edition 2015 collection. I've seen it worn over black, but today I choose to wear it in three coats for full opacity. It's hard to describe this shade, sometimes it looks green, sometimes charcoal, others purple. It's a chamelon due to the copious amounts of multi-chrome flakies that make up the base. Also thrown in are holo particles that give this rainbows in the light. 





Now...I realize that I hardly ever show you the stamping plates I use. Mostly because a) I bought them myself and b) they are a real bitch to photograph. However...this beauty was sent to me by The Born Pretty Store and let me tell you, they have upped their stamping plate game. I used the top right image for this look, and had NO issues getting the image to pick up. It covers the full nail and has crisp lines. I can't wait to play with the other images on here. If you want to check out this beauty you can do so here. You can also receive 10% off your order if you use the code: NFSQ10


For the stamp I used BPL-024 (above) and Mundo de Unas in Turquoise and Spring Green. I'm loving the way the green leaves look with the blue flowers. Totally reminds me of the spring gardens I saw all over Paris while visiting.





There you have it! Be sure to check out all the other Stamped Looks below or join in on the fun!

Enjoy & until next time, Amy Lee
*stamping plate provided for my honest review
**polishes self purchased




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24 comments:

  1. Super pretty! I was always surprised how well BP plates stamped and its nice to see they are coming out with full image plates as well.

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    1. This one was great, I really love it and can't wait to try it more.

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  2. Oh I love that stamping over the multichrome base! I should make a big BPS order soon, too.

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    1. Thanks! I'm really liking this plate, you should throw it in the cart!

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  3. I have and love this plate. Stunning mani ♡

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    1. I think alot of us do! I've seen it pop up alot this week.

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  4. Haha! Great minds think alike!! I used this same image. I'm obsessed with it. And your stamp combo gives me major heart eyes.

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    1. Lmao at Heart Eyes! Your use of it is AWESOME!

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  5. Gorgeous! Stamping over multichromes is one of my new favourite things, I love the colours you stamped with too :D

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    1. Thank you! I could see those colors in the base which is why I wanted to use them.

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  6. Love this plate too! Your mani is super cute!

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  7. I love F.U.N Lacquer and this one is stunning! I reviewed the same plate today, it's great.

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    1. Alot of us ended up using this plate recently. You know what they say about great minds. ;-)

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  8. This is totally gorgeous and the more I see this plate the more I wannnnt! :)

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    1. It's really great. They have definitely stepped up their game recently.

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  9. Beautiful nail art. The base is beautiful and it pairs beautifully with the turquoise stamp!

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  10. Love. It. !!!
    Is there a FUN Lacquer out there that isn't completely awesome? Nope. I like the dual colors of the stamp; how you used a different portion of the stamp for each finger; and how you left your thumb and pinky plain. - Bubbie

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  11. I adore Fun Lacquer and the stamping on this looks outstanding!

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