Pink with White Floral Stamping Using Bundle Monster BM-S107
I’ve used one of the new Bundle Monster Shangri-La plates to create these pink with white floral stamping nails.
I used Nella Milano Sweetie Darling for the base, then stamped in white using Bundle Monster BM-S107. The plate is called White Lotus and features swirls, floral images and paisley patterns. It comes from the Shangri-La collection, a set of ten buffet-style square plates, all with similar sorts of patterns.
These square plates fit perfectly in my Bundle Monster storage cases, the ones originally designed for the round plates. I have two storage cases; a black faux croc one and a pink one. I now have over three hundred plates though, so I am running out of space. The Bundle Monster “Mardi Gras Purple” case has therefore gone on the wishlist!
These Shangri-La plates will be great for reverse stamping. I’m just getting the hang of making stamping decals. I have tried them six times previously, but haven’t done anything too adventurous yet. I’d love to use these for a multi-coloured manicure where the whole image is coloured in.
The plates are great value for the set at $14.99 for ten plates. Or you can buy them individually for $2.49 each.
- Colour: three coats of Nella Milano Sweetie Darling
- Stamping polish: Konad White
- Stamping plate: Bundle Monster BM-S107
- Top coat: Glisten & Glow HK Girl
All manicure images are copyright to Kerruticles unless otherwise mentioned.
Nella Milano Sweetie Darling and Bundle Monster stamping plate BM-S101 were sent to me for review. All views expressed in this post are my own, honest and unbiased opinions.
I got these plates and tried using three different ones – could NOT get a decent image from any of them, from any part of the plates.
How did you manage it?
I have no problems at all with these plates – or any of my Bundle Monster plates. I prefer to use a harder stamper, and my favourite is one from Fab Ur Nails, a red, medium firm head in a silver cap (not like the “shot glass” caps – smaller and with straight, not tapered, edges).
I have about 8 or 10 different stampers and different ones seem to work better with different plates. Everyone raved about the Creative Shop stampers recently. I bought two but couldn’t get a decent image. Then I bought two Chelle Lee stampers that everyone raved about too – again, I can’t get anything like a decent image from those. I think it all depends on the stamper, how you scrape and how you try to pick up the image. I often have to try different stampers, with scraping in different directions, or scraping more firmly or more lightly, then with rolling or pressing, and again with different pressures – before I can get a good image. But in general, I get the best results if I use my Konad stamper or my Fab Ur Nails stamper, scrape lightly, then roll the image onto the stamper and then roll it onto the nail.
If you’ve tried different stampers and different techniques, but still with no luck, then you may have a plate that hasn’t been etched properly. I’d get in touch with Bundle Monster in that case. They have great customer service, so will no doubt be able to sort you out.