Bundle Monster Polynesia Collection Stamping Plate Review
Welcome to the Nailingtons review of the Bundle Monster Polynesia Collection Stamping Plates – Land of Aloah Selection.
These plates have been very kindly provided by Bundle Monster to have a play with and test out. For this review I will be more specifically covering the quality of the plates and sharpness of the images and over the next few weeks I’ll be including them in as many manicures as possible to display some ideas on how they can be used. I’ve used plates XL109 and XL110 in the floral manicure below and in the tutorial/review video, utilising the DIY decal technique.
First off, these plates are a wonderful selection of designs really well suited for summer with a broad variety of images suitable for both foreground and background stamping including floral, geometric, abstract and coastal scenes. Usually within such a large selection you’d expect to have one of those plates that has images you’re never going to really use on it, but with this one, that’s certainly not the case. Every design on every plate has great potential.
For this review I’ve created some grids to showcase the stamping images and test the quality of the engraving and the clarity of image transfer. You can see the results of this below along with some shots of the plates themselves and some macro imaging of the engraving. For all of these tests I’ve used the black/pink large squishy stamper and black stamping polish by Essence.
As you can see from the scans, every single image has stamped across to the paper with brilliant clarity. All the engraving is even and they were all super easy to work with.
I’m really, really impressed with this set (especially for the price!) and can’t wait to create more designs using them. Thank you BM for another lovely product!
Product Photography & Test Grids