Saturday, February 27, 2016

#StampingSaturday: Blue and Silver Leaves

I'm working quick to get my #StampingSaturday look up under the wire so I'm going to be quick. Tonight I started with a base of Black Dahlia Lacquer Texas Ice Flower an icy blue polish with a subtle holo flash. Here I used two thin coats, which did leave a little subtle VNL. 



I then went in with a pattern from Uber Chic 4-01 and M Polish To Have and To Holo to stamp on a silvery holo leaf pattern. It's a subtle look but I really like the way it all worked together. 



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Enjoy & until next time, Amy Lee
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18 comments:

  1. Black Dahlia is a severely underrated brand, that color is stunning on you. I love subtle stamping! I think this looks perfect together.

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  2. Lovely blue shade and the stamp is a great combo!

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  3. I really love these icy pale blues like this beauty. <3 Such beautiful swatches. :-)

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  4. I love holo stamping! You've done a great job with this one!

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  5. I love subtle stamping, delicate manicures! This one is lovely!

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  6. Oh my so delicate and simply beautiful ♡

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  7. I've never heard of this brand before and I love how subtle the stamping is with this one!

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  8. Love the stamping, the combination of the colors looks so elegant.

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  9. Super gorgeous, I love you it looks stamped with m polish!

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  10. So beautiful! I'm a an of your super delicate and cute manis

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  11. So beautiful! I'm a an of your super delicate and cute manis

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  12. Stunning! To have and to Holo is great, I have it too!

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  13. That looks so gorgeous, stamped or plain - though I really do like the subtle flash from To Have and to Holo!

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