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Today I have a review of the new MASH plates for you. Warning! This is a very picture-heavy post! In this post I'll describe the plates to you, and show you pictures of them so you can see the images. In a separate post I have tested how well the designs stamp (quick answer: really well!) and you can see that post by clicking here. I have a video showing and discussing the plates:
Each plate came individually packaged, and with protective blue film on it, as seen below. The plates all have backing on them and the edges are nice and smooth, so you don't have to worry about cutting yourself the way you do with some other brands. The blue film came off very easily, but in some cases did leave a very slight residue--this isn't a problem, however, because it comes off easily with a swipe of acetone. There are 25 plates total, numbered MASH-26 through MASH-50.
The designs are original, not dupes like some brands. While there are some standards here--it seems like every set includes some version of leopard, zebra, and giraffe, for example, the vast majority of them are completely new.
Below I show each plate in order:
Mash-26. Mostly tip designs; I love the tribal one best.
I just love this set. :) You can buy these plates by clicking here; they are currently selling them for $12.99, which is an AMAZING price, in my opinion--I expected a set of such high quality with original designs to go for a lot more than that. If I were you, I'd go grab them before they get wise to it and raise the price! ;-)
Thanks for looking,
(These products were provided to me for review. This did not influence my opinion of the product. For more information, please see the disclosure on my legal page)