Make your Konad French Tip Plates to a Full Pattern!

One of my readers asked about making requests to Konad for a full-plate of a design of one of the existing French tip plates. I decided to take a stab at making the French tip design to a full design by applying the ‘nad in layers. Here’s how it turned out:

China Glaze Secret Peri-wink-le with Konad m56 and Revlon Petal Chrome

It definitely wasn’t the easiest thing to do, but it’s definitely do-able.

Thanks for looking!

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4 responses to “Make your Konad French Tip Plates to a Full Pattern!

  1. ooh it looks so good! How did you do it? (I’m away for some family issues and this is the first time I’ve been able to relax and look at a computer. Sorry I haven’t commented sooner.)

  2. I love this! I have a hard time using those patterns on just my tips, let alone over my entire nail. They always come out crooked. Do you have any tips or tricks for lining everything up?

    • I hate getting this answer when I ask… but really practice, practice, practice :-/ I’m sorry I can’t be more helpful 😦

  3. I just did this tonight with the cheetah pattern from one of the french plates. Works well, but best if you turn that particular pattern in different directions as you stamp on the nail to avoid a obvious repeat ….ask me how I know…lol.

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