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Stained Glass Flowers

First I will tell you the polishes I used from left to right. LA Colors-Boomerang, LA
 Colors-Electra and Essie-I'm Addicted. The stamping plate I used for the flower design is from Born Pretty StoreBP-07.  The little silver studs are from there also. I actually did the stamping decal method here. If you are not familiar with that, it's when you get a plastic baggie and paint a square of clear nail polish onto it. When it dries, you stamp your design onto the clear square you made. Then you can color in your design however you choose. I apply another coat of clear over the top of that to seal it up. I let it sit over night and in the morning it will just peel off!. Then I put it on top of a coat of white polish and that's it! I may to a tutorial in the future to show this method. :)

Round studs:  Use my 10% off code ANGELIQUEC10.


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