• Emily de Molly

    No Love Lost
  • High Elbow

    Crummock Water
  • Dots!

  • Pocket Money Polishes - I Want Candy

  • Pocket Money Polishes Magic

    Gradient: Chanel Paradoxal and Dior Waterlily
  • Emily de Molly - Serenity

  • Fellrunning

    Dryburn Moor
  • Elevation Polish - Opal

  • Darling Diva Polish - Serendipity

  • Derwentwater

  • Pocket Money Polishes - Summertime

  • Nail Lacquer UK

    Eat My Cake
  • Scofflaw - Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

  • Hodge

  • Chanel - Taboo and Peridot

  • Chanel - Bel-Argus and Azure

Wednesday, 26 February 2014

Shell stamping - MoYou Sailor plate 7

Ilamasqua Nomad stamped with MoYou Sailor plate 7

Here's a pretty all over shell image from MoYou Sailor Collection plate 7. I really liked how this turned out, for a skinny design, the stamp worked really well. I continue to be impressed with MoYou plates. There's another nice shell pattern on this plate, one with fish that I like the look of, and several interesting swirly designs too. 

I stamped the design with Sally Hansen Whirlwind White over a base of Illamasqua Nomad. 

Ilamasqua Nomad stamped with MoYou Sailor plate 7

Ilamasqua Nomad stamped with MoYou Sailor plate 7

Ilamasqua Nomad stamped with MoYou Sailor plate 7

All products in this post purchased by me. 


  1. This is gorgeous and I love the green and White - My instinct would have been to be very predicatble and go with blue but I think the green actually adds an extra dimension and makes it look really out of the ordinary.

    Have you used any of the Moyou whole design plates yet? I keep looking at them and wondering if I would actually be able to get any proper use out of them or if the way the designs overlap would just confuse the bejesus out of me!!

    Loving the blog and given you a follow anyhow. I've only just started a blog myself so if you could offer any advice I would be super grateful!

    1. Thank you! I love the MoYou whole design plates, they're great for skittle designs as well as regular stamped manis. I cut a window in a bit of stiff paper a bit bigger than my nail (when I'm doing a whole nail design) and put that over the plate before I pick up the design on my stamper. If it's just a small detail I want from the plate, then I cut a small window out of a piece of paper and use that.

      I'll go check out your blog now :)


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