I originally had a completely different post planned for today but it occurred to me yesterday that I have done a couple of manis already using Lina Nail Art Supplies 4 Seasons - Winter 01 Stamping Plate. I figured now was the best time to share my thoughts on this plate.
|Image from Lina Nail Art Supplies|
This is the first mani that I did using this plate. I really love that this image has various styles of snowflakes and they are different sizes. For this mani I used OPI's Ogre-the-Top Blue, No Room For The Blues, I Believe In Manicures and It's Frosty Outside. Stamping polish is Powder Perfect's Silver Stamping Polish.
You probably would have seen this mani yesterday but I thought I would include it again so that all the manis I have done with this plate are all together in one post. Polishes used for this mani are piCture pOlish's Peaches n' Cream, Candy, Wisteria, Instict and Chillax and is stamped with Powder Perfect's White Stamping Polish.
I couldn't resist this last image. It's so pretty and unique. I originally had planned to double stamp it but I fell in love after the first stamp. For my base I used Essie's Virgin Snow and then stamped using Powder Perfect's Silver Stamping Polish.
One of the things that I love about Lina Nail Art Supplies plates is that they are predominately full sized images. I know that there are a lot of people out there who like the individual images, but I'm all about the full sized images. This plate has a bit of both which is great. I like that this plate doesn't feel overly Christmassy too. I have a few winter plates that seem like Christmas to me, which isn't helpful for me because Christmas is in Summer and Winter is in the middle of the year. It also goes without saying that the images on this plate pick up and transfer beautifully.
The 4 Seasons - Winter 01 Stamping Plate is apparently sold out at the moment (good work Tracy on reviewing all the sold out plates this week) but I am sure it will be available again soon from Lina Nail Art Supplies.