Before I get into the post, let me first say that I was pretty adamant about never using Konad/stamping plates. I was always a firm believer(and still am) in creating free-hand designs. However, I understand that not everyone always have the luxury of time and/or steady hands to achieve beautiful nail art, which brings me to this post.
A few weeks ago, I received both the 2011 & 2012 Bundle Monster Plates. I've heard great things about these plates and being that I'm pretty much new to stamping, what better way to venture into the stamping world than with these babies!
These have been around for sometime now, so I did not take a pictures of all the plates because I'm pretty sure most of you have seen them all. I did, however; take a few shots of the plates that immediately caught my attention!
BM 2011 Plates
BM 2012 Plates
These were my first attempts in stamping, so they're not perfect. Be nice! ;) LOL
25 piece BM 2011 Plates - $21.99
25 piece BM 2012 Plates - $21.99
Overall, I'm really enjoying these plates. With 6 designs on each plates, you get a total of 150 different stamps giving you endless possibilities. Each image is etched nicely and transfers beautifully. What makes these even greater is the fact that each plate has a protective paper backing, making it less sharp around the edges.
At $21.99, it's practically a steal! Konad is roughly around $7.00 per plate. Even without doing the math, you know you're saving tons of money!
You can purchase these directly from the Bundle Monster website:
As always, hope this helps & happy shopping!
It'll probably take a while for me to get into the hang of this, so are there any tips and/or tricks that you recommend? Are you into stamping? Thoughts?! I'd love to know down below!
These were sent for review.