11 July 2014

Stamping with Mundo de Uñas Spring Green

Hi loves! Do you want to see another Mundo de Uñas stamping shade? I already reviewed Papyrus a few days ago, and now I have Mundo de Uñas Spring Green #56 to show you. These polishes are really impressing me with their opaque finish!

These stamping polishes are known for there ability to show up properly on a dark base, but they also work wonders with lighter shades. Because they don't "absorb" any of the color you use them over, it's possible to stamp with a light shade on a light base and still get a nice contrast. In this look I used a yellow tinged cream hue from The New Black and Emily de Molly EDM05 toegther with Mundo de Uñas Spring Green #56.

Bit too yellow looking here, sorry!


Does anyone have any tips on how to align a design? This particular one is centered around that little flower and I could not get it properly in place at all. That's also why there are a few minor imperfections in the finished look, because I was fiddling with it too much to place the image I messed up a bit with the actual stamping :-).

I like how soft and vintage this looks because of the colors used, and I'll definitely use this minty green more often to stamp with!



What do you think of this combination? Tell me in the comments!
You can order Mundo de Uñas stamping shades on their own website. Mini's cost $1,65 and hold 5 ml. while full size bottles are 14 ml. and cost you $3,50. Currently there are 56 shades available.

 Emily de Molly image plates are available here and cost $6,50 - the quality is amazing and you totally need some ^^!

3 comments :

  1. Zara TracesOfPolish11 July, 2014 15:10

    Lovely look! Kind of reminds me of old wallpapers, but in the best kind of way ;)
    As for aligning patterns, if you have a soft stamper it is easier than with a hard/Konad-like stamper. The soft one you don't have to roll on, just press it down onto your nail. Not fool-proof but a little easier (I still struggle)!

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  2. Thank you Zara! I already stamp with a soft stamper, but I think I have to change the angle I look at it.

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  3. Wow, this is absolutely beautiful! I need that stamping plate!

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