Monday, March 9, 2015

Butterfly stamping in gray/grey, pink and blue

Yesterday it was 19 degrees in the shadow and I saw a the male version of a Common Brimstone (what we in sweden call Citronfjäril). Inspired by that I decided to bring out some photos of some of my first successful stamping attempts with my MoYou stamping kits (photos from September last year). As I've told you before I was happy to receive some plates, stamping polishes, stamper and scrape from MoYou to try out. Since then stamping has been so fun! I like the mix of colors and even though the butterflies aren't aligned perfectly I'm still very happy with this. This is also from my first attempts with my (then new) camera (canon 550d), before I only used my phone so below are a mix with both camera and phone photos. (I'd say that my phone did a quite good work producing pics, below it's not overly obvious to know which are done with phone or camera. Take a guess if you like ;) Now the lens on my phone is scratched so I can't even if I wanted to take photos with it.)









Polishes and materials used:

La Femme (gray creme)
Kleancolor - Yogurt Raisins
MoYou special pink polish
MoYou special blue polish
MoYou N07 Image Plate 

MoYou rhinestones 2 MM in light pink and blue

And as you can see I have another version of this mani (the one below) which I'll show more photos of soon. :)

If you buy a nail art set, any of you choice, you can pick one polish OR one image plate of your choice if you use the code CEL246. Which polish or the number of the image plate you want, you write at the comment section at the checkout. You can use the code as many times you want, as long as you buy a nail art set. :D

***Some products in this post have been provided for review***

14 comments:

  1. Jag älskar denna kombo! Superfint! =)

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  2. Sååå tjusigt! Vilket underbart vårtecken med en citronfjäril. :-)

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  3. amazing! You chose very good colours for this design- I love it :)

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  4. This is really cool too. I like the colours on the grey, work well :-D

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    1. Thank you! Yea, grey is fun as base :P

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  5. I love the grey shade which you used as a base for this manicure!

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