Making grapes into sparkling wine: stamping, jelly polish and sparkle

Sunday, November 16, 2014

I recently realized I haven't picked up my stamper in almost a year. So I decided to reacquaint myself with it. Needless to say, I am out of practice, so I decided to create a "stampwich" with jelly polishes. Using this technique is easy and it hides most imperfections.

I recently purchased some of the Colors by Llarowe jelly polishes; so of course, I had to try one of  them. I chose Grape Juice. Grape Juice is a deep purple jelly polish. Jelly polishes require a build up of layers to get them to an opaque state. They are perfect for stampwiches, pond manis and other nail art.

Jelly stampwich nail art
Jelly stampwich nail art

I started with two coats of Grape Jelly and then stamped with a white polish. For the stamp, I used an image from the Bundlemonster 204 plate.

Jelly stampwich nail art
Jelly stampwich nail art
Then I applied another coat of Grape Jelly and topped it off with Dance Legend 600 to give it sparkle.

Jelly stampwich nail art
Jelly stampwich nail art

I may have to try this more often. So, I guess I will be practicing with stamping a little more often.

1 comment

  1. This is a beautiful choice of colors! Your stamping is excellent!


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