Thursday, 11 August 2011

Pinkyberry & Old English Roses

Yesterday I showed you my first franken polish which I named Pinkyberry. As the colour is a cross between pink and a light shade of berry, it reminded me of old English roses painted on a porcelain tea pot :-)
I stamped roses using BM14 and Konad Silver stamping polish. The Konad silver and gold stamping polishes aren't as heavily pigmented as the other Konad colours, therefore not as good (imo) for stamping.



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14 comments:

  1. Wow this is so pretty! I need this stamp! I love roses

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  2. That is beautiful! The stamp and the franken.

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  3. Very pretty franken, and the stamping complements it very nicely!

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  4. Love this! Beautiful franken and great stamping too :-)

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  5. I love roses! Great stamping and great franken! :)

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  6. love the design you put over your franken!
    looks so good together(:

    <3 BB

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  7. what polishes were used in the creation of the franken? :)

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  8. Very pretty! Is this the new BM plate? I can't say I've seen it before!

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  9. @ bamsuddenimpact - Hi. To be honest I don't really remember all the polishs I mixed in but the base was Mavala Daring Pink, I then added some Claire's bright orange, some Collection 2000 White Pearl and 3 types of Saffron glitter(pink, blue and silver).

    @ Angie - The roses are part of the old BM plates. Check out BM14 :-)

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  10. Very nice! I love the stamping nails you did! I bought some konad stamp the other day because of your blog. Thank you very much. I will buy more special nail polish and plattes when I go back to Beijing ,cheaper there! Hehe:)

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  11. @ Jing - Thank you so much sweetie. I hope you enjoy your new Konad plates and let us have a peek at what you've created :-)

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