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Shattered Glass Stamping | Twinsie Tuesday

For Twinsie Tuesday, we’re doing shattered glass nails.

Now, I don’t have any cellophane, nor much desire to spend hours cutting it up and sticking it my nails – much as I like the effect of the finished look. So I cheated and stamped my shattered glass nails instead.

The base is a polish I haven’t used before. It’s Nails Inc. Soho Silver, which came free with the December 2013 issue of Glamour magazine. So it’s more than two-years’ old and hasn’t been tried yet.

Shattered glass stamping
Shattered glass stamping

I used two coats. At first, it looked streaky and full of brush strokes, but surprisingly, it smoothed out beautifully as it dried and left an even, and fairly shiny, finish.

I wanted to create a broken mirror effect, and the black on silver seems to have done just that.

Shattered glass stamping
Shattered glass stamping

I stamped using Konad Black and Bundle Monster BM-608. The stamping plate is from the 2014 Create Your Own set, so thank you to whomever created the broken glass image! I get shattered glass nails … without the effort!

 

 

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Please take a look at all the other shattered glass manicures from the Twinsies this week:

 

 

For this manicure I’ve used:
  • Colour: two coats of Nails Inc Soho Silver
  • Stamping polish: Konad Black
  • Stamping plate: Bundle Monster BM-608
  • Top coat: Glisten & Glow HK Girl


All manicure images are copyright to Kerruticles unless otherwise mentioned.

 

 

 

Comments

Sara
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I love this ‘cheated’ shattered glass!

Lisa N.
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These look amazing and totally remind me of shattered glass. I like that you went with silver and black too.

Stephanie
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Haha I didn’t have the patience either so I stamped too 🙂 I love the silver and black it really does look like a broken mirror!

Sharon Leavy
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WHY do I never think of stamping when it comes to these prompts?! Love that stamp, it looks great.

Amanda Alexander
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I was envisioning something similar in my head but didn’t have the stamping plate or the artistic ability to pull this off, lol! Great job!

Sarah T
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That image is perfect! That’s the first “shattered glass” image I’ve seen and your stamping is perfect!

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