Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Wildflower Inspired Spring Stamped Mani

*Press Sample
Hi everyone, welcome to Wednesday.  I want to thank everyone for your kind comments yesterday, I read them all, even though I didn't respond'll see why ;)  If you read my blog regularly you'll know I haven't been feeling well for about two weeks now.  I finally dragged myself to the doctor yesterday and they gave me antibiotics for a sinus infection and also took my blood to check my levels and stuff.  If you know me, you'll know that I am allergic to a bunch of categories of food.  This also extends into medication.  Long story short...allergy girl strikes again.  I took my antibiotic, had severe chest pain, broke out in hives, and had to go back to the doctor (this has happened before).  The good news is that I'm on a new antibiotic and already feeling a little better.  I didn't respond to anything blog related because I was too loopy on benedryl to function as a person.  So yea....that was my Tuesday.  Also, I might have a weird posting schedule the next few days because I will be out of town until Monday.  

Enough of that, and on to the nails! of the good things that happened yesterday was the woman who drew my blood asked me who does my nails....and I got to say me :)  That's the first time that's ever happened to me.  Yay!  Today I have a long overdue review for KKCenterHK, which is an overseas e-retailer of nail art supplies.  I struggled to come up with a design and I didn't want to post something mediocre so I waited until the inspiration struck me.  I finally decided on a punchy Spring mani.

To create this look, I started with a bright pink polish, JulieG Fred from the perfect pair collection.  I used Happy Hands Flowers on the Highway as the glitter on my accent nail.  For the stamped diagonal pattern, I used my KKCenterHK stamping plate and OPI Jade is the New Black.

Below is a picture of the stamping plate.  I used the flower and lace pattern in the middle and just turned my stamp diagonal to achieve the look above.  I think the looks are endless with this stamping plate.

This stamping plate retails for $4.55 and can be found here.  Let me know what you think of this mani in comments!

*Product in this post received for review in exchange for my honest opinion.


  1. Hope you feel better soon! Cute mani though. Really loving that glitter accent :)

  2. I totally thought you freehanded that!

  3. I hope you feel better soon! The design you stamped it so cute! I love the colour combination too! :)

  4. omg! I hope you get better soon! <3
    I think this mani is the cutest!