Danica Ferrante - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator - Ulster County, New York -
Celebrating all things beautiful and finding beauty in all things! From nail polish and makeup to Project Life, scrapbooking and cardmaking, this is a blog about my many loves.
Alphabet Challenge: P is for Punk by Revlon - Swatches, Review and Stamping Fail?
I decided to use Punk by Revlon to represent the letter P today for the Alphabet Challenge. It may be limited edition because there is no number, just the name on the top.
Punk is a shimmery, metallic, pale green which applied flawlessly. I used 2 coats, but one careful coat would do. Sorry I didn't take pictures before I ruined it stamped over it.
This was my first stamping attempt with a full nail design. I used Mash plate #38 and Wet N Wild Black Creme. I decided to try a design that wasn't too detailed or geometric so it wouldn't be so obvious when if I messed up. Good thing I am so smart! haha! I had trouble getting the design to transfer completely and I smeared it when I added my top coat, but guess what? I still really like how it turned out! All of the imperfection make it look more random than a well stamped pattern and I think it turned out kinda cool.
It is a bit messy, but I think it worked with Punk. It looks Punky right? :)
indoor - with flash
outdoor - shade
I really need more practice so you can look forward to more stamping fails from me :) It is really quite fun! Here's hoping that I improve!