Triangular Prisms Or Flowers? - Stamping Saturdays #3


Happy Saturday!!,

How has you weekend been this far? Mine has been alright just going to do some running around to get some back to school items for my daughter and I. Yup you heard me right. I'm going back to school next month to take Business! And my birthday is next month so I've got some planning to do for that as well! 

Anyways today is Stamping Saturdays post is one that I really like. I mean it's not fancy or anything but oh my gawd once I finished I loved it! See more after the jump!

Triangular Prisms Or Flowers? - Stamping Saturdays #3

Initially when I did this design I wasn't going to add the little dots but to me without them it was just alright. You know? But I feel like once I added them it helped to bring the design to life! Another mani to add to my monthly mani favorites come the end of the month!

Triangular Prisms Or Flowers? - Stamping Saturdays #3

I'm not sure what this design is to be exact...sometimes when I look at it the design looks like the side of a triangular prism, then other times it looks like a flower or even an ornament that you would see around Christmas time. Can you see it too or is it just me?

Triangular Prisms Or Flowers? - Stamping Saturdays #3

Here's a close up for yah :P. Can't wait to get my macro lens. So I can macro all the things!

Triangular Prisms Or Flowers? - Stamping Saturdays #3

Of course I had to show you the image that I used to create this look! 

Bundle Monster: BM-XL155 Kyoto In Spring Stamping Plate

Polishes Used:

Duri Rejuvacote, Essie Ruffles & Feathers, Bliss Kiss Simply Peel Latex Barrier, Mundo De Unas Black, ILNP Fame, Glisten & Glow HK Girl Fast Drying Top Coat

  • Duri: Rejuvacote (base coat)
  • Essie: Ruffles & Feathers (base color;green)
  • Bliss Kiss: Simply Peel Latex Barrier
  • Mundo De Unas: Black
  • ILNP: Fame (gold;holo)
  • Glisten & Glow: HK Girl Fast Drying Top Coat
Products Used:


Bundle Monster BM-XL155 Kyoto In Spring Stamping Plate, Creative Shop Stamper
  • Bundle Monster: BM-XL155 Kyoto In Spring Stamping Plate
  • Creative Shop Stamping Plate
  • Tweezers
I really like this design! I hope you do too! Are you a part of the Stamping Saturdays group? Do you like  stamping? As always don't forget to check out the other lovely ladies down below! 



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25 comments

  1. Wow these are stunning. That image is beautiful 😍

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  2. fife fantasi NailsAugust 29, 2015 4:57 PM

    very pretty nail art :)

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  3. I saw flowers but either way SUPER pretty!

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  4. Indeed the dots brought everything together!! And it's not just u, I'm seeing all kinds with that pattern too LOL

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  5. Very pretty - I like how the dots anchor and add focus to the base design.

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  6. lacquerexpressionAugust 31, 2015 12:59 PM

    Amazing mani and your stamping is flawless!

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  7. Amazing work. The final mani is just stunning !

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  8. Ficou mesmo muito lindo!

    Gostei do desenho da carimbada.

    Bjim ...

    blog Usei Hoje

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  9. I couldn't agree with you more Jae! Thanks!

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  10. Thank you so much Tracey. I'm in love with this image as well!

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  11. This is stunning and I can totally see it as poinsettas the Christmas flower.

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  12. I love that pattern. I have it on a MoYou London Suki plate which are also Japanese inspired. I wonder if it's a traditional pattern of some sort.

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  13. Thank you! That's the flower that I had in mind but for the life of me couldn't remember what it was called! Lol.

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  14. It's a really nice pattern. It just possibly could be.

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  15. Stephanie LovestruckLacquerSeptember 09, 2015 2:56 AM

    i really like the colors you chose together! I think the image on its own looks more like triangular prisms but with the dots added it looks more like flowers or Christmas ornaments as you said :) I think it looks better with the dots too

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  16. Thanks Stephanie! I'm glad that I wasn't the only one seeing the triangular prisms. I love the look with the dots as well!

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