I love these larger quad-image plates. You've likely witnessed my struggles with smaller images when my nails start getting long, but this takes care of that problem. As long as I let my nails get, these images have been able to cover them. *thumbs up*
I started my experimenting with this plate using essence Tea-pical British and Konad Special White:
So far so good! No problems at all with the image transferring. Then I included essence Pink Up Your Life and really went to town:
So much pink, but still pretty! I found it really easy to double-stamp by turning the plate so I didn't have to worry about turning the stamper and messing everything up. (by having the design overlap itself evenly... it's happened)
Up next I paired Sinful Colors Sky Tree with Models Own Chrome Silver and the "chinaberry" design:
I don't know exactly if this image is supposed to be anything, but it reminds me of chinaberries. Again, no problems getting the image to transfer.
Since Joyce was wondering about the stampability of the Oil Slick polishes and I do have two more designs to showcase... I decided it was time for a little more experimentation. Bring in the palette!
Left to right: Color Club Don't Kale My Vibe, Burnt Out and We'll Never Be Royals over white and black. So much prettiness. Each of the polishes worked quite well and all of the designs transferred very easily. I did this in kind of a hurry so *thumbs up* on this.
If you'd like to try Star Tree Stamping Plate BP43 for yourself, just click that link there and don't forget my code: EMX31 for 10% off and always free shipping! Hope you guys enjoyed this review. I'll see you again soon with more pretty pretty polish. (^_^)"/"