I love Vivid Lacquer stamping plates! Her images are very crisp, large, and creative. If you haven’t tried her plates yet, I highly recommend them!!
This is plate 020 which is a Medieval Knights theme. I didn’t get the stamps quite as straight as I normally would have liked, but that’s a reflection on my patience and skills, not the plates of course. :)
The base is Polish Pets Fen and I used Konad Special Black for the stamping. Finally, I used some rhinestones to accent the edges.
Wow. Where to even begin? When Polish Pets were first announced, I knew I had to get my hands one. How could you resist these adorable little creatures??? Of course I had to pick up the pink one!!!
This little guy is named Fen and it was love at first sight. His hair is fluffy and wonderful!
The polish itself is a light pink holo. This is two coats. The application was good and the self-leveling was wonderful. The only teeny, tiny minor criticism I had is that it’s impossible to do a mani without getting little hairs stuck in the polish. Samantha from Polish Pets recommended that you leave Fen in the ‘cage’ while polishing, which I did. (You can see in the top right picture that you can use the brush through the ‘cage’.) Even though I followed this advice, I did get a couple hairs in my polish. But I really didn’t care! It was so cute and the polish is so gorgeous, it was worth the extra effort.
I am totally in love with this guy! Can I take him everywhere with me?!?!?!?!?!