As explained before, I recently received some Born Pretty Store products to review. I mainly wanted this plate because I love snowflake designs, but as you'll see, I ended up having my creativity grab a hold of the heart motifs instead.
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Stamp Template Cute Snow Heart
I think the snowflakes will be put to use once winter rolls around.
For some reason I thought I should try out a pond manicure, which, if you don't know what that is, I suggest checking it out, people have come up with some amazing designs using that technique. So I grabbed a jelly from right in front of me and went to town. Unfortunately, as you're about to see, the jelly I had chosen was a bit too opaque for the whole thing to really work all that well, but that's okay.
Once again I used the clear jelly stamper I won in Marina's giveaway. Just like with the previous plate, I had no trouble picking up the motif and transferring it to my nails. Upon applying the final coat of the jelly polish (essence "I Love You Cherry Much"), I realized that it was a bit too opaque, really, but it came out fine enough for a first try, anyway, in my opinion.
If you'd like to save 10% the next time you buy something from BPS, why not use my code PWBQ10? You can always find it in the sidebar of this blog. I don't make anything off of it, by the way, just in case you were wondering.