Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Review: Lina Nail Art Supplies Can't Wait For Xmas! Plate (with sample manis!)

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Hello!


Today I have a new brand of stamping plates to show you--well, new-ish, and new to me. This is the first of several Lina Nail Art Supplies stamping plates I have to share with you--their Can't Wait For Xmas! plate. 

Here's the video review I did:





And let's take a closer look at the plate. I love that the plates come in little envelopes; I've been storing my plates vertically in a box lately, so this is really nice to keep them protected:


Lina Nail Art Supplies stamping plates in their covers
Lina Nail Art Supplies stamping plates in their covers

Lina Nail Art Supplies stamping plates in their covers


Here's the plate we're going to look at today, Lina Nail Art Supplies Can't Wait For Xmas!:


Lina Nail Art Supplies Can't Wait For Xmas!
Lina Nail Art Supplies Can't Wait For Xmas!

The full-nail images are 1.7 cm x 2.2 cm:



And they pick up and transfer beautifully, even the fine lines with the clear stamper (although always use a gentle scrape for best effect):



I've already shown you one manicure using this plate, over Sassy Pants Polish Long Winter Nap, stamped with Messy Mansion Sterling:


Lina Nail Art Supplies Can't Wait For Xmas! plate over Sassy Pants Polish Long Winter Nap
Lina Nail Art Supplies Can't Wait For Xmas! plate over Sassy Pants Polish Long Winter Nap 

For my second mani, I started with a skittle of polishes from the Zoya Enchanted Holiday 2016 collection (Zoya Elphie, Olivera, and Waverly). Then I stamped using Hit The Bottle Polishes My Suitor Wears Pewter (also available at www.beautometry.com; stay tuned for a review):


Lina Nail Art Supplies Can't Wait For Xmas! plate over Zoya Enchanted polishes
Lina Nail Art Supplies Can't Wait For Xmas! plate over Zoya Enchanted polishes

Lina Nail Art Supplies Can't Wait For Xmas! plate over Zoya Enchanted polishes
Lina Nail Art Supplies Can't Wait For Xmas! plate over Zoya Enchanted polishes

I wanted to show you something with non-traditional holiday colors because one of the things I love about this plate is there's just as much you can do for winter as for Christmas! What do you think? I think this is festive in a subtle way, and I love the winter jewel tones.


I'm impressed with the quality of these plates, and they have a ton of cute designs to choose from. You can find this and their other awesome plates in the Lina Nail Art Supplies store; here's the deets on all their sites:





Happy stamping!
M.

9 comments:

  1. Some lovely designs on the stamping plate!

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  2. I've never heard of these plates but they look great. I have always loved stamping so I appreciate reviews of new plates.

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  3. Such a festive plate!! I love what you did with it.

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  4. I love those stamping plates! Your mani at the end is gorgeous.

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  5. Awesome stamping plates and great post x

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  6. I am really loving Lina stamping plates, and they came around exactly the time I was looking for new plate makers!

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  7. All of the Lina plates I've seen are beautiful!

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  8. I have been drooling over these plates since I first saw them. Love to see that they actually work well!

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  9. I keep seeing this brand and their plates and I need. There's no question

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