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Hey - i am 26 years old and i live in the Uk. I discovered Konad around October 2010 , and my bank balance has yet to recover. i have since collected a very large collection of fauxnads and Konads. the goal for this blog is simple - (1) Further explore the world of nail art stamping. (2) To keep a record of all my experiments with stamping. (3) To show you the potential each stamp has. (4) To show you that you don't have to be a 'Konading' expert to have fun! =)

Wednesday, 11 September 2013

New Plate News from MoYou London!

Hey Guys!

Friday 13th  is considered an unlucky day in Western superstition. 
However Its a lucky day for us *Stamping Addicts* because ...
....Yes MoYou London  have done it again!

MoYou London have advised me that they are adding two new Image Plates
 to their existing Suki collection ( for those who are unaware of the
 Suki Collection..stop what you are doing and open this link.. This is one of the 
best collections EVER designed!)

Both of these plate are full plate designs just like Suki 01

These Image plates will cost £4.99 each
and will be available to buy from Friday 13th

Lets take a closer look shall we :




If you worried how you would use this plate - then don't worry - you can
 just use parts of the image. 
If you pick up Images you don't want to use - then you can simply remove
 them from the stamper with your nail or toothpick or dotting tool before
 stamping them on your nail.


Don't forget!

These Image plates will cost £4.99 each
and will be available to buy from this coming Friday


Will you be getting Suki 7 and 8? Tell me your thoughts?


If you haven't already entered my * MoYou London Giveaway * you 
can do so by clicking Here 
The closing date is the 28th September 2013.

Thank you for stopping by!

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xoxoxo

Here's a random - but still interest fact about Friday 13th

The fear of Friday the 13th has been called friggatriskaidekaphobia (Frigga being the name of the Norse goddess for whom "Friday" is named in English and triskaidekaphobia meaning fear of the number thirteen), or paraskevidekatriaphobia[10][11] a concatenation of the Greek words Paraskeví (Παρασκευή, meaning "Friday"), and dekatreís (δεκατρείς, meaning "thirteen") attached to phobía (φοβία, from phóbos, φόβος, meaning "fear"). The latter word was derived in 1911[citation needed] and first appeared in a mainstream source in 1953. [12]

9 comments:

  1. I have just created an account on MoYou, thanks for pointing them out the plates are amazing. Looking forward to Friday to make my first purchase!

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  2. Oh my word! I had never even heard of these, these are awesome. Thanks for sharing missus.

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  3. I ordered 5 plates from them last week. I can't wait to get them. FYI, they also sell on amazon.com (USA) now (not sure if all their plates are there) but if you are in the USA and plan to order more than one plate, it is cheaper to order from them directly. I contacted customer service to ask a question and the responded very quickly. So far so good, can't wait to try them out. They have a couple plates with rubber duckies and I love my rubber duckies.
    Thanks for all your hard work on your blog. you are fantastic. I'd love to see how you are using these Suki and Artist plates with all the designs jumbled together. I never seem to be able to stamp fast enough before the polish dries with a normal plate. I worry that having to scrape some off then I will never get the image I want transferred onto my nail in time.

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  4. Wow, more plate goodness! I still haven't recieved the plates from my first two orders but it looks like I will be ordering more. Your blog is hell on my wallet Hehehehehe.

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  5. Math nerd's comment about Friday the 13th...
    There is AT LEAST one Friday the 13th EVERY YEAR (some years have 2)!!! I helped a friend mathematically prove this for his class.

    (There is also a Sunday the 13th, a Monday the 13th,..., and Saturday the 13th every year ;)

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  6. Friday the 13 became a bad luck day in 1307AD after the Knights Templar were condemned on that date by the King of France. The Grand Master and 60 Templars were arrested and killed while the rest were chased and murdered.

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  7. Beautiful designs. I think big designs give us more possibilities to use our creativity on both, long or short nails :)

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  8. This is the best stamping plates I have seen!

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