Born Pretty Store Stamping Plates Review and Nail Art

*Provided for Review

Happy Monday folks! Today I have for you the other three stamping plates that Born Pretty Store sent me to review. I played with them a lot over the weekend and decided to do one post to show you some of the nail art designs I came up with.

First up is BP Plate L015.This is one of the newer rectangular plates that Born Pretty has released. The images are perfect if you have larger nail beds. There are so many pretty images on this plate but since my base color was soft I decided to go with one of the more subtle patterns.

Polishes used:

Dance Legend 406

Pueen White in White


Next up is BP Plate 48.This is one of the traditional round stamping plates and features an amazing arabesque pattern that immediately made me think of Indian henna tattoos. I decided to go with that and created this soft matte "tattoo"- like design. My stamping came out a tad bit blurry but that was due to my squishy stamper and not the plate itself.

Polishes used:

Polish My Life Nude Lace

Mundo de Unas 32 Chocolate

OPI Matte Top Coat


I have a thing for owls, so the minute I saw BP Plate L019 I knew I had to have it. For this design I used several of the images on the plate to create a sort of "scene" on my nails. It is a rectangular plate so the images are a decent size and I was able to kind of pick and choose which parts of the patterns I wanted to use.

Polishes used:

China Glaze Seaspray

Konad Black

Like I said in my previous review post, Born Pretty has really stepped up their game in the stamping plate department. Each of the images are crisp and clear and the images are unique so I didn't feel like I was repeating anything plates that I already own.

The rectangular stamping plates retails for $5.99 a plate and the round plates retail for $2.99. Be sure to use my promo code PSL91 to save 10% off your order. And of course like always all orders from Born Pretty ship free!