Friday, 16 June 2017

New What's Up Nails B012 Plushie Pals Stamping Plate- Swatch & Review

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Happy Friday people's, I hope you have all had a really lovely week. I have been suffering from a constant migraine this week so not much has been accomplished on my end. Starting to come out the other side now, so fingers crossed I will be able to get back to swatching soon. Today's post is super exciting for me, recently I was contacted by the nail art company What's Up Nails and asked if I would like to review some of their products. Of course, I jumped at the chance, I was sent plenty of goodies to review for you guys so keep your eyes peeled for them either on the blog or my social media. 


So first up is probably one of the cutest stamping plates I have ever seen, this plate is called Plushie Pals. It is chockablock with some adorable cuddly toy images and probably the cutest unicorn I have ever seen.


Of course, the first image I wanted to play with was the adorable unicorn for this look I used Painted Polish From Brooklyn with Love as my base polish. I then picked up the cute unicorn and coloured her in using EDK stamping polishes. She picked up beautifully and was just the right size for my nails. For the star image I used some of What's Up Nails Vinyls, these were also really easy to use and applied beautifully. 


The next mani I created I am not 100% sure on, I can't decide whether they look really grungy and cute or just plain messy LOL. For this mani I used Esmaltes Da Kelly Chilli for my base and then stamped on the adorable bunny rabbit For the dry brush and carrots I used Esmaltes Da Kelly Cleo a beautiful bright orange.


The final mani I have to show you for now as this cute full-size teddy bear image that will cover your full nail. Painted Polish V-Necks and Vinyls is on my pinkie and pointer nail and Esmaltes Da Kelly Dolly is used for my white base as well as EDK Olivia for the stamping. 


This plate is the same size as a Moyou London plate and a Bundle Monster, the full-size images measure 1.5cm by 2cm so still good for those of you who have longer nails. The singular images are roughly 1cm by 1cm, so those with smaller nails the majority of the image will fit on shorter nails. Having tried a fair few stamping plates I was really impressed with this plate, it's etched beautifully and picks up really well every time.   

Overall I would definitely recommend the What's Up Nails stamping plates, they stamp lovely and are really good for the price. I also feel that this plate is quite unique I haven't seen many other plates with cute cuddly toy animals. This is available now on the What's Up Nails website for £6.35, also if you are a UK girl like me Nail Artisan stocks these plates too. I will link What's Up Nails Down below along with their social media. 


I would love to know your thoughts on this plate? Which cutie is your favourite? Also, let me know if there is any particular image you would like to see in a mani?

As always my lovelies have a fabulous nail day and I will chat to you all again soon. 

22 comments:

  1. I love the images. They are so cute.

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  2. What cute images. I love the unicorn and stars.

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  3. OMG! Those images are simply adorable! I love the manis you created!

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  4. aw, those are super cute patterns.

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  5. I love those patterns! Way too cute

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  6. Your reverse stamping is awesome!

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  7. Aww, these are so adorable! Love what you did with the plate!

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  8. Haha this is such a cute plate! Especially for kids.

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    1. Thank you, I totally agree perfect for little kiddies <3

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  9. The unicorn is so adorable :) I love these patterns!

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  10. I adore the cute teddy bears! This is such a pretty plate - my stamping plates need an overhaul!

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    1. Thank you, I loved this plate cuteness overload lol <3

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  11. This plate is so stinking cute!!! I love what you did with them!

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