I love freehand nail art. It tests my skills and ability and spending time on an intricate design can be really therapeutic as an artist. Sometimes, usually when my time is limited, I turn to stamping to achieve a gorgeous look in just minutes. I’m certainly not a stamping expert – there are many talented stampers out there who do complicated nail appliques etc. – but I do like to have fun once in a while with a stamper.

I just received the beach & ocean Bundlemonster stamping plate collection that I’ve been excited to try. With my Revlon Colorstay black and white base from my previous post, I decided to use the Hawaiian flower motif on stamping plate BM-507 to create some contrasting nail art. I then used Color Club eternal beauty as a french tip.

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I really like these black and white contrasting nails. What do you think?

Until next time,

nail that accent

 

 

 

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