6pc XL Nail Stamping Plates: Time Machine Master Set

$18.00 Regular price $36.00

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Take a trip through time with this historically inspired stainless steel nail plate set! Time Machine features nail patterns from the past, present and future! Each plate is unique and is inspired by a different era in history. Even if you can't travel through time, at least your nail art can! Choose from (6) stylish plates: Party like 1869, Hipster Qualifications, Pop Culture Addict, Outer Space Cadet, Gilded Revolution and Prehistoria. The scraper and stamper are NOT included. *APPLICATION*: Apply any color nail polish to your chosen image on the stainless steel plate. Using a scraper, remove any excess nail polish. Using a stamper, stamp the image in a rolling motion. Stamp the design directly to the nail. Not only are our nail stamping plates easy to use, but your design can be changed as easily as a coat of nail polish! **NOTE**: Before use, peel off the tight, protective, blue plastic on top of each plate.

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06/10/2019
Annie S

A Little Difficult

These are not the easiest to work with, but the design are super cool.

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06/02/2019
Anonymous
United States

I love how many different

I love how many different directions you can go with this set. From tone on tone ideas to over the top-there is a design for both!

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04/12/2019
Kanina

I this set!

I love space, steampunk, Victorian, etc.. I was excited to get this set. It stamps well and the images are clear. Just perfect!

KC
12/23/2018
Kristen C.
United States

Time Machine Master Set

I was somewhat disappointed in this set, although they seem to be stamping ok now, the plates looked awful when they arrived and the film was super hard to get off. I had to use acetone to get all the film off and one of the plates has a small area along the edge that looks damaged (discolored). They wouldn't stamp at all so I cleaned them with acetone and I was still having some bad spots. I ended up giving them a good scrubbing with acetone 3 times and the images I've tried so far are working. In the end I guess what matters is that they stamp ok but I expected them to be in good shape when new.

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12/09/2018
Ronnell P.
United States

Ready to play

So many great designs on these plates. I’ve been practicing on my mat to get a great stamp.

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