Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Review: Cheeky Jumbo Plate 5 (Musical Nails)

(Purchased by me; affiliate links)


It's that time again, time for my review of Cheeky Jumbo Plate 5! This one's theme is 'Musical Nails', and as usual, I have made a video of my review, if you prefer to see it that way. This one is particularly silly, so I apologize in advance, lol. :)

The format of this one is the same as the previous 4; the top third of the plate is small individual images, and the bottom two-thirds is full-nail images. I have tried to get rid of the overlap in these pictures (although there is still a little bit), which I will present to you now:

That weird eye is just the funkiest thing ever, I looove it

Sending out a Woo Hoo! to all my Woo Hoo! girls!

Rocking it guitar or cassette style

That star-face thing is very Woodstock

Something for all your megaphone stamping needs

Band Geek Chic FTW

Love love love that old-time microphone

I personally prefer my megaphones to come with their own tongues. Who doesn't?

Those leafy things are sooo pretty, and I'm gonna make Halloween googly eyeballs with the other one...

The right reminds me of watch links

Circles within circles within circles, oh my!

I love the paper-clip looking one!

Musical notes--pretty cool neat I must admit

Space seaweed!!!!

Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds...ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh....

I am firmly against smiley-face cannibalism

Love those interlocking circles

Fun graffiti look :)

Trippy cosmic flowers

Beehive mesh!

Pretty doily-looking flourishy stuff (boy am I articulate today...)


Love that top one...Pretty flourishes but you could also make it into splashes. :)

Harmless magic mushrooms. :)

I wanna rock!!

As with the other plates in the series, these all stamp very well. No issue, crisp lines, filled solid areas, all where appropriate. No worries here with respect to making these stamp well; I show samples of the stamping in the video if you're interested.

Also as with the other plates in the series, these images are slightly larger than standard Konad-sized images, both in terms of length and width. So you will get a bit more coverage if you have longer nails. Here is a visual comparison:

Cheeky Jumbo Plate 5 vs. Konad

These are the same size as the Cheeky Jumbo alphabet series plates, as well.

I purchased my plates with my own money from Amazon.com. When I purchased them, these were $9.49, cheaper if you buy them in their pre-assembled sets. For the price, these absolutely can't be beat; the only question is whether or not you like the images on a particular plate. :)

I hope you've enjoyed looking at this, let me know if you have any questions!

Hugs, love, and megaphones with tongues...


  1. I LOVE this plate!! It looks amazing, so (oh my god I almost said funky - funky?! Who am I) - so COOL! ;-)

    1. ROFLMFAO! Okay, you got me with that one, lol. :) It is a fun one, one of my favs from the set. :)

  2. Great review on these plates!!! They have some great designs :)

  3. Love these designs! I've never tried these types of full-sheet plates because I've always worried about being able to scrape the polish off the design properly...

    1. Oh don't be! It's even easier than the small ones, in my opinion. You just scrape until you're past the design, pick up the scraper off the plate, and wipe it off on a paper towel or some such. Pick up the design with your stamper, and voila!


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