I was going through my computer and moving some of my files around when I came across my B Loves Plates folder that happened to have enough pictures for me to do a review of the B.02 Flower Power plate. Mind you the pictures are all quite old (I'm not even sure when I did the bulk of these pictures) so I thought why not do one more mani and a blog post now? I don't think I have ever done a review of B Loves Plates stamping plate review before, but I know I have done a couple of their stamping polish collections before. Anyway, so let's take a look at the Flower Power stamping plate.
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If you are new to B Loves Plates stamping plates their plates are the same size as those large rectangular plates (think Uberchic and Lina Nail Art Supplies), are sold individually and have different themes of each plate. The Flower Power plate consists of twenty one full sized floral images.
This is the very first mani I did using this plate, however not the first mani I posted on Instagram using this plate. Now as I mentioned before this mani is very old and I couldn't remember what I used for it so I went for a casual scroll on Instagram to find that I posted this mani on the 21st June 2016. Talk about being behind with swatching things. Wow Tracy! Anyway for this mani I used OPI Alpine Snow for my base and stamped using Dance Legend's Blue, Violet and Pink Stamping Polishes.
This was actually the first mani that I posted on Instagram with the Flower Power plate....back in May 2016. I really have no clue why it has taken my so long to get around to do this blog post. I am sure I can probably dig up some other really old manis if I dig through properly. Anyway for this mani I used OPI's Having A Big Hair Day and OPI Alpine Snow.
I apparently like using OPI polishes with this plate. Not entirely sure how that happened but anyway. For this mani I used OPI Fearlessly Alice and B Loves Plates B. A Blue Ocean Stamping Polish.
Fast forward to more recent times now, this is that latest mani that I have done with this plate. The blue polish is OPI's Super Trop-i-cal-i-fiji-istic and the pink is OPI's Two-Timing The Zones.
I like this plate and think it stamps well. I haven't had any issues with it at all. I particularly like that it has all full sized images on it. I actually have a few B Loves Plates that I should get around to using so if there are any in particular that you would like to see me use let me know and I will grab them out.
The Flower Power stamping is available now from B Loves Plates.