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Hi there! I hope everything is going well.  I’m back to work today after being off since last Friday.  My husband had his wisdom teeth out on Friday so I wanted to be at home with him.  This also allowed us to do some packing as well.  Side note: Any thoughts on how to pack and move nail polish? I’m not sure how I’m going to move it all and I would appreciate any suggestions. 🙂

Today I have a review of the Bundle Monster 2012 Stamping Plate Set.  This set includes 25 plates that have full nail designs, french tip designs as well as smaller images.

What I Like:

  • A lot of variety in images
  • Great value for set

What I Don’t Like:

  • Some designs are deeper and not as easy to use
  • A different technique needs to be used than most Konad plates I’ve used

Overall – I was surprised by how much I actually like this set.  When I looked at the plates online I felt that there was only maybe like 1 or 2 designs that I would use.  However when I saw them in person I felt different.  I’m not that interested in plates with smiley faces and oranges but there was more to it than that.  Each plate comes with 4 full nail designs and 2 smaller designs.  On the french tip plates those come with 6 designs.

Personally I think that this is a great value for $23.99.  On Nail Polish Canada each Bundle Monster plate retails for $4 individually so if we do basic math it is a $100 value.  I know that I will not be using all of the plates (unless I keep entering myself into nail art challenges) but even still I know there are at least 10 plates that I’m really interested in trying so I still think it’s a deal.  Also for those who want to know they are the same size as the Konad plates.  I think this would make a great gift as well for someone just starting out with nail art.

Key takeaways: Variety & value

How can you go wrong with that? 🙂

You can find this on Nail Polish Canada here.

Lauren

**This was sent to me for review.

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