Guest Post From Manicured & Marvelous: Simple Stamping Turned Fun

Good morning all! Today I am super excited to have a stamping manicure by one of my favorite bloggers, Roselynn from Manicured & Marvelous!

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Hiya guys! I’m Rose from the nail blog Manicured and Marvelous and I’m here to fill in today. One of the many things I love doing with my nails is stamping and so thats what I thought I would share. The one thing that always gets me ‘stuck’ is, what base do I do? I always think the extreme like gradient vinyl combo and end up psyching myself out. But then I thought of something and felt like kicking myself for not doing it ages ago.

Simple Stamped Manicure by Manicured & Marvelous

Crelly polish base plus stamping for a simple magically mani!

CDB Lacquer Group Custom 1, Rica Robin's Egg Blue stamped manicure by Manicured & Marvelous

For this mani I used as a base CDB Lacquer group custom #1 and stamped over it using Rica’s Robins Egg Blue. The pattern for my stamping is from Winstonia W310. Initially I was going to end my mani there, but these rhinestones seemed to give it the perfect touch. I finished off my design with a glossy topcoat for a beautiful shine!

Winstonia W310 stamp by Manicured & Marvelous

I love the way this turned out! It feels like the crelly base gives so much more dimension to the otherwise plain stamping mani. I definitely sense a lot more stamping manis over crellys in my near future!

Thanks Jessica for having me and I hope you guys liked my mani. Don’t forget to stalk me, my blog is ManicuredandMarvelous.com and you can also find me on Instagram under the username @roselynn787.

Thank you so much, Roselynn! This is such a pretty manicure and you are the best for creating it! 😀 Please let Roselynn know how much you liked this mani by leaving a comment below. 🙂 

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