Bundle Monster 2013 Holiday Stamping Plate Collection | Review

Bundle Monster 2013 Holiday Stamping Plate Collection | Review

 

Over the past few years, I have been getting into nail art. I really like how it looks and how personal you can make your manicure or pedicure. I’ve never had very steady hands when it comes to drawing, so I struggle with detailed brush work on such a small “canvas”. About a year ago I discovered nail stamping and was very excited to try it. I bought a set and played around with it. I never actually used it much. After watching a couple of tutorials by a YouTuber named Janelle, I realized my stamps didn’t have much variety and that’s why I wasn’t enjoying them like I wanted to. I just had a lot of plates full of cute little flowers and hearts. I enjoy holiday and themed nail art the most. I really wanted Halloween nails a couple of weeks ago so I looked through my collection and found that I didn’t have one design for Halloween!     That is unacceptable!

I have nail art brushes that I really like, made by Bundle Monster and I have also heard Janelle talk about the company many times in her videos. I browsed around the Bundle Monster website and quickly filled my shopping cart!

When I saw the 2013 Holiday Collection I knew it was the perfect set to get me started! It has beautiful designs that are perfect for every holiday and occasion you could imagine! I love every single plate! All of the designs are so cute and I can’t wait to use them!

You can buy the full set for about $20 or most of the plates individually for just under $2 a piece.

A lot of the plates have some surface scratches but that doesn’t effect the results when stamping. They are also great magnets for fingerprints and dust, no matter how many times I cleaned them before taking their photos

 

 

I really like all of these. I think this is the perfect set to have to get started. There are a lot of good patterns for beginners and plenty for more advanced stampers as well.

Have you ever used any products from Bundle Monster? What is your favorite thing from them? Where do you like to buy your stamping plates? I’d love to hear about it in the comments!

❤️ Liz

Young Living Essential Rewards – May 2019

Young Living Essential Rewards – May 2019

Young Living has been one of my go-to essential oil brands for a number of years. Each month I get a box of products at a wholesale price that I have hand-picked for myself…

YL Essential Rewards Unboxing | April 2018

YL Essential Rewards Unboxing | April 2018

Essential oils are used in my home nearly every day in one fashion or another. We use them in our skincare routines, treating unhappy tummies or aching muscles, making the air smell lovely, and even when cleaning…

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4th of July Easy Bubble Nail Art

4th of July Easy Bubble Nail Art

1. I started with a blue and white confetti polish.

2. Next, I added a layer of red dots.

3. Add a layer of clear polish.

4. I added a few white dots.

5. And then some more clear coat.

If you recreate this I would love to see it! Please tag me on Instagram or Twitter!

Enjoy!

❤️Liz

Young Living Essential Rewards – May 2019

Young Living Essential Rewards – May 2019

Young Living has been one of my go-to essential oil brands for a number of years. Each month I get a box of products at a wholesale price that I have hand-picked for myself…

YL Essential Rewards Unboxing | April 2018

YL Essential Rewards Unboxing | April 2018

Essential oils are used in my home nearly every day in one fashion or another. We use them in our skincare routines, treating unhappy tummies or aching muscles, making the air smell lovely, and even when cleaning…

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Christmas / Cinco De Mayo Bubble Nails

Christmas / Cinco De Mayo Bubble Nails

1. (I didn’t use a base coat this time, but I probably should have) Start with one color and place as few or as many dots as you like.

2.Add a layer of clear coat.

3. Add another layer of dots in a new color.

4. And another layer of clear coat.

 

5. And another color.

6. And more clear coat.

7. And I did one more color. But you could do as many or as few as you want.

8. And now another layer of clear coat or top coat. (No this doesn’t feel thick or heavy.)

One set of dotting tools I use: Yesurprise Bundle Monster New Pro 20Pc Nail Art Design Painting Detailing Brushes & Dotting Pen / Dotter Tool Kit Set

The other set of dotting tools I use: DragonPad 5pcs 2-ways Acrylic Uv Gel Nail Art Design Tips Dotting Painting Brush Pen Set

Cheap clear coat: Sally Hansen Hard as Nails Xtreme Wear, Invisible

Colors I Used:

Silver: Zoya Nail Polish .5 oz Trixie #389

Red: (3 Pack) NYC Long Wearing Nail Enamel – Big Apple Red Creme

White: Sally Hansen Hard as Nails Xtreme Wear, White On, 0.4 Fluid Ounce

Green: Sally Hansen Hard As Nails Xtreme Wear Nail Color, Going Green 34

 

The Finished Product:

If you recreate this, tag me in your photos on Twitter and Instagram!

Have Fun!

❤️ Liz

Young Living Essential Rewards – May 2019

Young Living Essential Rewards – May 2019

Young Living has been one of my go-to essential oil brands for a number of years. Each month I get a box of products at a wholesale price that I have hand-picked for myself…

YL Essential Rewards Unboxing | April 2018

YL Essential Rewards Unboxing | April 2018

Essential oils are used in my home nearly every day in one fashion or another. We use them in our skincare routines, treating unhappy tummies or aching muscles, making the air smell lovely, and even when cleaning…

Find Me On Social Media

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