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I have a review of another Born Pretty Store stamping plate – plate BP-113 – to share with you today. I’ve become quite partial to the larger rectangular plates, but I liked the geometric images on this one so much that I decided to give it a try. I have two different looks to share with you using this plate today, so be sure to check out the full post!
For my first look, I started with a base of the gorgeously unique Polish ‘M Olive You From My Head Tomatoes. I just had a feeling as I was applying it that this polish would look phenomenal paired up with a gold, so I decided on some gold stamping.
I stamped using Powder Perfect Golden Stamping Polish and the top left image from plate BP-113. I love this look so much – I was right about combining gold with the Polish ‘M olive, and the stamping image is fantastic. As you can see, it transferred perfectly. This was my first time stamping with this plate and it was a delight to use. I mean – doesn’t that macro just look perfect? I was sorry to take this one off!For my second look, I decided to create some stamping decals and go completely different from the first look with lots of neons. I started with a base of Sinful Colors Snow Me White, then I created the stamping decals using plate BP-113 along with Born Pretty’s black stamping polish and the Sweet & Sour Lacquer Catchphrases Neon Collection. I honestly wasn’t very happy with how these decals came out, they’re a little smeary and I wasn’t as precise as I should have been with the neons. That’s no fault of the plate, though, as you can see the stamping image itself is perfect! I just need even more practice making decals 🙂Overall, I love this stamping plate. I’m sure I’ll come up with some fun looks with each of the images! If you’d like to try out this plate, it’s available here, and don’t forget to use code KGG10 for 10% off any Born Pretty Store purchases!