Stamping Over Magical Protector

Hello, everyone! I hope you all had a great weekend. I got to spend some time with my BFF who lives a couple states away. Went to my mom’s yesterday

for a cookout and played Yahtzee. Hey, we know how to party. Hahaha, the great thing is that my little nugget managed to entertain himself the whole time without any electronic devices! That’s a giant WIN in my books! We’re taking him to see Pirates of the Caribbean later. I’m looking forward to a huge tub of popcorn and a cherry Coke. Anyway, onto the nail art!

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Magical Protector by Parrot Polish with Stamping

So you may have seen my review of Magical Protector by Parrot Polish yesterday. It’s a beautiful chrome flakie polish from the What Dreams Are Made Of collection. Check out yesterday’s post if you’re interested. I decided I was going to do some stamping over Magical Protector.

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Magical Protector by Parrot Polish with stamping

I got out my black stamping polish by the now closed Gothic Gala Lacquers and I chose to use plate W404 from Winstonia’s 4th generation stamping set. The plate I picked has 7 images that remind me of a Spirograph. You remember those, right?

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Spirograph Images

The patterns on the plate aren’t these, but just to give you a reminder what a Spirograph does.  I used my clear squishy stamper from Born Pretty and the images picked up nicely!

Magical Protector by Parrot Polish stamping

Magical Protector by Parrot Polish with stamping

I really like the way it turned out! I hope you all do too!

Thanks for visiting!

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