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Friday, January 3, 2014

Infinity Nails from Dashica

I got some nail mail today. The new plate series from Dashica, the Infinity Nails plates.  These plates are Dashica's designer plates. They are made on better metal and have better backing than the normal Dashica plates. Some of the plates have one full plate image or a few bigger images that can be used over several nails. The same thing MoYou are known for, but in Dashica style. I love Dashica's full nail images, and these full plate images are in that same Dashica style. Some of the plates are themed like Christmas, Halloween, big cats designs etc. And you get individual images and full nail images in different sizes. There are some really neat designs of funky French images with amazing details, and of course the full nail images look amazing as always. I don't know how Shirley does it, but she always find the most amazing full nail images with great details. There are also a few known characters like Spiderman, Hello Kitty, Winnie The Pooh etc Right now there are 50 plates of this designer series plates, they cost 4.99 euros/6.80 $ US.  And just looking at the plates I picked, a lot of them will be amazing for stamping decals. I can't wait to play with these plates.
Here is the link to where to buy these plates: http://www.dashicabeautyshop.nl/c-2328047/infinity-nails/


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 Shirley sent me these plates as a gift because I helped her with the description of these plates on her web page. And she was thinking of releasing them as a completely new brand and asked me what my opinion was of that. My answer was, if it was me who was behind your brand and releasing new plates I would release it under the Dashica name. Because a lot of people know about Dashica now, and know about the stamping quality of these plates. So people would be more willing to buy a plate from a brand they already know, than a new brand they have never heard of. So I thought it would be better to release it as Dashica's designer series instead. She hadn't thought of it that way and it made sense to her, so she followed my advice and used the quick little text intro I wrote her as an example to introduce these plates. And for that she sent me some of these plates.  So thank you, Shirley for sending me these plates. I can't wait to try them out and make some stamping decals. So many ideas in my head right now. But before I start all that, the next thing I have to do is to do a stamping test video of these plates. Will try and get it up soon.

As always tanks for stopping by.

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