Sunday, February 10, 2013

Review: Bunny Nails Plate HD-A

Hello again!

I told you I'd be back with Bunny Nails Plate HD-A, and here I am! And this time I even remembered to take pictures of the tests on my nails, so I have stills of those instead of just the video versions. If you missed the first half of my review, where I showed Bunny Nails Plate HD-B, you can see it by clicking here. :)

But, of course, the video is the funnest part--where else do you get to actually hear me talking like a mega-dork about my love of stamping plates--so let's go directly there first. If the embedded link doesn't work for you, you can also see it by clicking here. 

Okay, if you prefer your images still and without my chatter (hee hee), let's get to the still shots of the plate:

Doesn't that overall image look like a kaleidoscope design?

I just adore that bouquet image!!

I really like having these words to play with :)

The images are big enough that you can turn that stars-and-stripes image into two separate stamps if you want. :)

Cutest. Fireworks. Ever.


Partridge family intro, anyone? Okay, maybe it's just me.

I LOVE the lines of cursive hearts :)

Cupid that can also be other cherubs for other holidays. :)

Love the scribble heart and the 'Love Sucks' option

My thoughts are the same as they were with HD-B; this is an extremely well-made, high quality plate that produces excellent stamping. Here are still shots of my tests, which you'll notice were done over the most horrid manicure ever, but the stamping still went over the bumps and ridges and dents like it was all smooth as silk:

Again this plate has a good mix of stamps that work well for beginners or more advanced stampers. If you're new to stamping, there's plenty you can do with these without adding anything. If you're more advanced, these work well with other stamps or can be used together to build scenes or layer. This plate also shows the thought that went into the designs.

The designs on this plate are the same size as on HD-B, so again these are large and should be big enough to cover your nails unless you have really, really, super long nails. :)

To purchase this plate, you can visit the site by clicking here. If you want to look at her other goodies, you can find her main site by clicking here. And if  you want to contact her before buying, you can do it via this site here. This plate also sells for $15.99, with free world-wide shipping. And again, while I can't say for sure, I think that for at least part of the US, you may be able to get this plate in time for Valentine's day if you act quickly, because my plate got to me in two days (I'm not sure about this, however).

Thanks so much for taking a look at my blog today! Xoxox,


(This plate was sent to me for my honest review.)


  1. The designs are super cute, but I think the other plate would be more useful to me. I would probably never use the marriage designs, and possibly not the 4th of July (not being an American here) :) But I love the all nail designs and the confetti/fireworks :)

    1. Makes total sense, lol. That's one of the good things about the smaller plates (over the big ones like Drikk and LeaLaC), if you only like half of the designs this way you only have to get one plate. <3

  2. Thanks for sharing. <3 the plates :)


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