So this is the 4th and final of the stamping plates sent to me by Born Pretty Store and when checking on the store it only seems to have changed a slight amount. One image has been removed completely and the other full size nail images have been increased in size, which is good because these ones seem particularly tiny and hard to fit on even my nails.
The little leaves and the viney sort of flowers reminded me (don’t ask why) of a vineyard and so I wanted to go with that for my nail art. Maybe it is because I lack and subsequently need alcohol in my life. I don’t drink at all anymore because of my illness, haven’t in years and sometimes I do miss it.
Going along the decadent wine kind of route, I chose Barry M Plum because of it’s deep and nummy purple, then I stamped using MeMeMe Elegant. As you can see, the smaller, more intricate details stamped really well.
After trying 4 of the plates I can honestly say that the quality is high and for the price range they are selling for, they are definitely worth the money. I highly recommend buying the Born Pretty stamping plates, especially if you are just starting out and want to build your plate collection with high quality items on a budget.
You can buy the updated version of this plate here for £1.31 and if you venture to this page, you can see all of the Born Pretty Store stamping plates.
If you decide to buy any, you can use my 10% off discount code for an even bigger bargain, just enter CBAQ10 at checkout.
I am really hoping that Born Pretty decided to bring out more plates with a theme on them like the Sailor Moon plate. Is there anything that you are still waiting for to appear on a stamping plate from any of the brands?
The stamping plate in this post was sent to me for review. All opinions expressed are my own honest opinion.