Mandala Mania – a stunning stamping plate
Mandala Mania is one of the brilliant new stamping plates by Sascha Gossen. Mandala has a common meaning these days for any diagram like shape, but it finds its origin in Hinduism and Buddhism. Sascha created six Mandala’s with different shape of detail so you can choose one of your preference to create the perfect nails.
:YOURS Loves Autumn Noon is like a pleasant October afternoon
This Mandala Mania is part of the :YOURS Loves Autumn Noon collection. A collection that contains six stamping plates. You know that feeling on an October afternoon? The sun is shining, leafs have the most beautiful colours and birds are flying off and on to secure their nests for the coming winter. You may walk the dog in the woods or go for a drink in your favourite coffee place. These days have been the inspiration for the :YOURS Loves Autumn Noon 2017 collection.
Debuting Brit and experienced Dutchie
A set with six gorgeous stamping plates, each design with unique patterns and carefully created by stylists that earned their spots. This collection contains designs by Dutch stylish Sascha Gossen and British stylist Nataliya Al-Ta’ai. These are Nataliya’s first designs in the :YOURS stamping range and she did an outstanding job by creating three plates with many different patterns! From straight forward lines to organic shapes: Nataliya has got it covered.
Distinctive but corresponding Autumn Noon stamping plates
Sascha delivered us three plates with divergent patterns. From the brilliant Mandala’s to the unique flowerish shapes: all to fit perfectly on the nails. The designers have been working together to create distinctive, but still corresponding stamping plates.
:YOURS Stamping collections
This stamping plate is one of many in the :YOURS stamping collections. Many sets have been created with unique designs, fashionable patterns and alway co-creating with the world’s greatest nail artists.
Keep learning – Reverse stamping
Check the video below by our own Dee Timmer and learn how to do a reverse stamping. Well that’s really cool!