Sunday, April 7, 2013

Does It Stamp? ~ Gold, Copper & Brown

Hello Dahlings!
Sorry this is posting so late! SU threw a last minute free shipping promo at us & I've spent da weekend hunting down my monthly rubber stamp club ladies to get their orders early so we could all skip da shipping this month. VICTORY!!! My persistence saved them all 10+%. Go me! LOL Oh? You want nail related info? Okey dokey!
I laid out how I determine if a polish is a good candidate for testing & how I test polishes last week. You can see that info HERE  To pick up where I left off last week, today's show & tell are the gold, copper & brown polishes in my stash that have tested positive for stamping.
Da golds: Santee Gold Bright, China Glaze Rare & Radiant, Essie Good As Gold & Color Club Winter Affair (scented)
Da coppers: Orly Flagstone Rush, Revlon Amber Ablaze, Ruby Kisses Solid Copper & china Glaze Harvest Moon
more coppers: Ruby Kisses Cool Bronze, Essie Penny Talk & China Glaze Swanky Silk
Da browns: China Glaze Unplugged, American Apparel Bronze Dash, Nubar Jewel & Finger Paints Take It Or Leaf It
That's it for this week, Dahlings! Next week: green, teal, aqua/turquoise & blue.
Thanks for stopping by!
~ Inky


  1. Good to know! Lots of positives there :-) x x x

    1. That's my hope with this series...that peeps will get ideas about what polishes might be used for stamping. Especially, ones they may already own.

  2. Thanks for this, I find it is really hit or miss when it comes to stamping with regular polishes, although I've had really awesome results with metallic polishes.

    1. You are most welcome! Me too & holo graphic polishes as well. Good creme polishes for stamping are harder to find, but it can be done.

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    1. You are most welcome, Skeeter dahling! <3


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