Monday, September 8, 2014

Born Pretty Store Octagon Plate Case

Hey Everyone!!! I don't know what is going on lately but the stars are not lined up in my favor. I haven't been feeling all that well and T has had a lot of doctor appointments and such. Things are starting to settle down so I should be able to get back to posting regularly. I of course need to remember to take pictures of my manis though. I had a new polish on the other day and completely forgot to take blog pictures so I will be using that polish again in the very near future. I am still working on the great stash organization. Today I have a great organizational necessity for stamping to review. I was sent this item by BornPrettyStore for review. 

Today I have a review of the BornPrettyStore 24 Slot Nail Art Stamping Plate Holder. When I first saw this holder on the site I was very excited because it was made to fit those octagon QA style plates which didn't fit in any of my other plate holders. This cute little case is sold for $5.29 on the site but you can use code JLG10 for 10% off your purchase.

The case they sent me was a dark pink but they also have a lighter pink color shown on the website. The case is very similar to the smaller case that the Pueen plates come in. 

The outer cover is one solid piece so there are no seams where the holder could potentially fall apart. There is a sturdy snap closure and a bolt that holds all the sleeves together inside. The outer cover did stain the first and last sheet slightly but it is not really that big a deal. The holder feels very sturdy.

I have a few of the octagon plates that were previously homeless so I was very eager to see how they would fit in this case. The case comes with 12 double sided sleeves.

The sleeves were made of a thick PVC plastic material and are very sturdy. I was impressed with their thickness and believe they will hold up really well.

There are slots on each side of the sleeve which I love. In one of my binders you have to slide both plates in the same slot and I much prefer that each side has a slot. 

When I initially slid these plates in the fit was snug. I was not sure that they would fit in there really well at first but after sliding the plate in and out the fit is perfect. It will be snug at first, especially when you have two plates in the sleeve, but the plastic loosens up a bit and allows the plates to slide in and out with ease.

I will definitely be needing more plates to fill this holder up! I have seen others say that you can fit the round plates in this holder as well. Since I have holders for my round plates and was interested in this solely for my octagon plates I didn't try to put any of the round ones in there. The internal size is 6cm x 6cm so most of the round plates should fit nicely. Once again you can find this holder at BornPrettyStore for $5.29. 

That's all for now :)


  1. This looks like a much better solution that my current "shove them all in a box" plan. :)

    1. Lol it definitely is! I need a solutions for my weird rectangle and square plates now because those are all shoved into a plastic pencil case.


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