Showing posts with label Bundle Monster. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Bundle Monster. Show all posts

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

BundleMonster's Nail Stamping Plate Organizer

Hi!

They finally came up with a great idea: a nail stamping plate organizer!


This is what BundleMonsters says about it:
We have the ultimate storing solution for your Bundle Monster nail stamping plates - we have designed our exclusive stamping plate zippered organizer! This portfolio styled case has a modern shiny vinyl, faux-croc skin textured outter cover with a soft velvet-like lining. This holder includes 14 soft, matte, see-through vinyl pages that have 6 slots per page. Each slot is designed and is strong enough to hold 2 plates per slot, which gives you 168 plate storage! Each slot fits a standard 5.6 cm nail plate and has a U-grooved design to make putting in and pulling out nail plates that much easier. Its portfolio design is slender and thin which makes storing the case easy for tight storage or easy to pick up and go for your nail parties. This case is also great for professional settings like a nail salon. The front of the case has the official "BM" logo etched in metal. Bundle Monster is a registered trademark of Remi Collections LLC and is exclusively distributed by Bundle Monster.
Wow! 168 plates to store in it... Gotta have it!

Unfortunately I wasn't the only one who thought so, because the organizer is already sold out! :(

Ah well... We'll keep an eye on it :D

Are you one of the lucky girls who happen to buy it before the rest did? :)

Sunday, December 11, 2011

How I store my imageplates...

Hi girls,

Yeey... I'm finally back! This is the 3rd week of my cold, sneezing, snivel etc. but I'm back to business :)
Thanks for all your loving and caring comments! 

Today I want to show you my way of storing my imageplates...


I think I have around 140 imageplates. About 30 Konad's, two BundleMonster sets, a bunch of fauxnads from Beauty Factory, MagnoNails, Chez Delaney, Nagelkosmetik-shop, Dashica Beauty (Shirley's plates) and a couple of plates from BornPrettyStore.

So to keep track, I really wanted to store them neatly. Without taking them out of a box or something.


I started my collection with Konad and at first I didn't have that much plates. But sooner or later my collection started to grow bigger and bigger and so I needed a good storage solution.

I've bought a couple of plastic pockets in which you can store 9 small (Konad-sized) imageplates.


The angular plates you see in this picture, are from Beauty Factory (bought as a set of 10 imageplates) and fit also in the smaller sized plastic pockets.


But then they decided to make bigger imageplates with bigger full images on it! 

And luckily I could find plastic pockets (I don't know if this is the right translation, but I don't know else how to call it?) with 6 pockets in it. And the imageplates fitted perfectly! All the pockets have an opening at the top so you can slide the imageplate right in. 

Ofcourse you'll have to be careful not to hold the binder upside down, or else all the imageplates will fall out of the pockets!


So in one small binder I now have stored over 140 imageplates!

Yup! I ♥ this storage solution!

How do you store your imageplates?

Thanks for watching!
P.S. I've changed my bloglayout... What do you think about it? Yay or nay?

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Arabic baroque with BM20

Hi!

I spiced up my latest manicure with a Baroque print from BundleMonster plate BM20...


Base: H&M U Must Have This (2 coats)
Stamping: China Glaze 2030
Plate: BM20
Topcoat: Seche Vite



Finally... The sun was shining in The Netherlands, and so I jumped from my couch and immediately took some pictures in my sunny garden...

China Glaze 2030, a perfect gold for stamping...

I don't know why exactly, but I think this manicure looks a bit Arabic... don't you?


Look:


I think gold with turquoise is a nice combination... Don't you?

Until next time!

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Pedicure: Silver Foil with Leopard

Hi everyone!

I'm sorry it is already 10 days ago I've posted some pictures, but I've been very busy lately. I'll explain later for what reason.

But I'm back again :)

Remember the Silver Foil Pedicure I did a while ago?

I'm still wearing it, but after I got bored of it, I spiced it up with BundleMonster plate 221:



Basecolor: Silver Foil (and 2 layers of gel)
Stamping polish: Wet 'n Wild Black Crème
Topcoat: Seche Vite

What do you think? I like it so far...

Oh, and I changed the layout of my Blog, do you like it?

Okay, here's why I've been too busy for blogging... I've had my 32nd Birthday-party for friends and family and I've done a workshop "Create your own Parfume" in Amsterdam, last weekend (which was really fun to do!). My Birthday was great, all of my friends and family were there, and I'm very spoilt :). I got lots of beautiful presents from my love (see below):

a Daylight Lamp
(to do my nails at night and actually see the accurate color)

a Dust Collector
(to keep my lungs healthy :) )


and a Logitec Laptop Desk
(because I always sit on my couch with my laptop on my knees)


a couple of really nice scented mini nail-oils



a Shellac in a nude pinkish color which I haven't tried yet

Shall I go on? No... I got more presents but these aren't about nails, so I'm not going to bore you with the rest of my presents :)

I hope to show you this Shellaq soon.

But I'll have to show you an OPI polish with a Konad stamp first...

Love,
Kim

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

BM20 Stripes...

Hi!

What's more fun than clothes with matching nailpolish?? :)

Today I'm wearing a white/blue striped dress with a dark blue skinny jeans and I thought it was fun to match my nails with it...

This is what I came up with it:


Basecolor: China Glaze White Out
Stamping color: Essence Deep Blue Sea
Topcoat: Seche Vite


Ohhhhh... I HATE the old BundleMonster-plates!!! Grrr... !!! The designs are too small for my (already very short) nails, and not only that, my nails are also too wide for the images so they still don't fit!


See?? The images are too small... I might use the full designs as French Manicure designs next time!


I'm jealous at the people with smaller and narrower nailbeds, who fit the full images :(
Luckily the images of the new plates are a bit bigger.

Ah well... It was nice to have a (sort of) matching manicure with my clothes :)

Have a nice evening!

Love,
Kim

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Bundle Monster 215 Crackle effect?

Hi everybody!

Today I want to show you my véry short nails with two Bundle Monster-manicures.

The first manicure is the manicure I'm wearing right now:



Basecolor: China Glaze For Audrey
Stamping polish: Color Club Where's The Soirée
Topcoat: Seche Vite


See how the color matches my shirt? :)

It looks a bit like Crackle-effect. Yesterday my friend actually thought it was one of the Crackle Nailpolishes I own :)

Because my nails are a lot shorter now, I finally "fit" the full nail designs of the Bundle Monster-plates.
So before I put on the Giraffe-design, I tried the Snakeskin design too:








I think it's okay, but not that great. I liked the Giraffe-design better!

Unfortunately the stamps are not really opaque enough in my opinion. So Color Club Where's The Soirée might not the best black to stamp with :( I also think this design looks better with a olive green/black of grey/silver combo. Ah well... Next time!

Okay, that was it for today...

Have you tried these designs yet? What are your favourite (new) Bundle Monster designs?

Have a great weekend!

Until next time,

Kim

Thursday, May 5, 2011

BM16 & Dior Vernis Pink Porcelain

Hi everyone!

Today I would like to show you the latest manicure I'm wearing: Dior Vernis Pink Porcelain & BundleMonster plate 16. Yes, I'm still wearing Pink Porcelain! I don't know if it's because of the quality of the Dior polish, or because of my new CND Stickey Base Coat, but this manicure seems to last forever! :)

It began to bore me a little, so I tried this BundleMonster plate no. 16 for the first time...



Base: Dior Vernis Pink Porcelain (about 3 to 4 coats, on some nails)
Stamping: White stamping polish from Backscratchers
Topcoat: Seche Vite

Because my nails are too long, and also a bit too wide, for the small BundleMonster full images, I double stamped each nail (I stamped horizontally, and with this image, it works and doesn't really show).




For about a month ago, I ordered 3 bottles of stamping polish from Beautiful Scratchers. I saw some pictures on another blog with very opaque white stamping results, so I thought: must try them!
This was the first time I tried them, so can't really tell if they're really that opaque as I thought they would be. I must try them on a darker base color.


I like this manicure, and I'm already wearing it for a couple of days...

I made the ring myself, and I'm so happy with it! :)

Have a great weekend!

Love,
Kim

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

New Bundle Monster stamping plates

Hi y'all!

Everybody can't wait for the new Bundle Monster-set which seem to come out April 25th... Another 6 long days & nights to wait... :)

You probably already saw these new plates, but for my readers who don't have Facebook, and haven't seen the pictures of some of the new plates yet, here they are:












... and these are just 10 of the 25 (!) pieces of stamping plates. This time there are 4 plates more then in the previous set, for the same amount of money! And another big benefit seems to be that the images are bigger, so they finally can fit your thumb nail!

I haven't used my other Bundle Monster-set much, because of the problem that the images don't fit my nails. Even when my nails are short, they don't fit because they're the images are too small (of my nails are too wide :) ).

Hopefully that problem is solved with these new plates!

Are you planning on buying this new set of plates?
I can't wait!

Have a great night!

Love,
Kim

P.S. I see I already have 33 followers!! Jeeeej!!! Thank you so much, I really appreciate you guys!!!

Note: Images are from Bundle Monster.com and their Facebook-page: http://www.facebook.com/bundlemonster.
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