Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Konad!


As you can see I did some of the swirls different ways but it's more playful that way. This was also the first time I used the famous Seche Vite topcoat which amazed me with its finished texture (of course the warning label had me a bit nervous so I may try to find an alternative). I'm in love and there's so many different ways to use these plates! I did tell myself that I'm not allowed to buy more until I've used each design I already have once.

7 comments :

  1. I love that image.Looks really cool with the colors you chose.

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  2. I just purchased Poshe Topcoat. Works well--doesn't smear konad stamping). I recently had to stop using Seche Vite (turns out I'm mildly allergic to toulene which is in Seche Vite top and base coats)

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  3. Beata that's no good! I guess you'll have to keep an eye on which polishes you use too. I just don't feel super comfortable anytime I look at that blaring warning. Thanks for the suggestion :).

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  4. tell me about it. I've been wearing polish on and off for the last 15 years...and just recently have had an issue. the good thing opi and essie and china glaze are free of toulene, DBP and formaldehyde. (which is most of my collection.)

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