This is the final post in my little Born Pretty Store review series. This stamping plate I had seen before and immediately felt the need to own it. I mean come on, inspired by Sailor Moon? Sign me up!
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Lovely Mixed Star & Moon Stamping Template
While more of a special occasion type of plate, I am indeed happy to have it at hand.
Having played around with the essence "Juice It!" limited edition jellies, I decided to use all four of them as base for the stamping here. I had intended to use gold for the stamping, but only managed to get it done on my pinky finger nail. After that, I couldn't seem to get the image to pick up completely anymore, so I thought switching to black would help. However, that was only partly true. I needed quite a few tries before I got to what you're about to see in the next photo, and I don't know why.
As before, I used the clear jelly stamper I won in Marina's giveaway. I don't have any idea why the image wouldn't pick up onto the stamper correctly; I have to say after a while it became quite frustrating. Thus, unfortunately, I can't show you a perfect stamping here. As usual, I finished with top coat.
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