The blue I chose was A England Proserpine which I actually think this is quite tealy but it is a teal blue, I wanted to wear it and I didn't really have many untried blues.
This is a gorgeous colour - I always thought A England Saint George was my favourite A England but this is a close competitor. Proserpine is bluer than Saint George but just as dark and gorgeous.
As with all A Englands application was a dream, with perfect coverage. I have used 2 coats but having already stamped with this a few times, I think you might get away with one. This polish does stamp beautifully!
This time however I stamped over it with SV by Sparkly Vernis Gilded Lemon Drops and Messy Mansion MM20. I love this stamping plate, and I think the combination of the gold stamping and the blue flowers is just stunning. I took a lot of photos!!!
It was my mum and dad's 50th wedding anniversary and I chose these 2 colours partly to match my outfit, so obviously I had to take a few matchy shots too!
Finally, the next day I wanted to test one of my new Vivid Lacquer plates, VL037, so a quick shot of some more flowers with Hit the Bottle Snowed Under.
|A England Prosperpine|
|SV by Sparkly Vernis Gilded Lemon Drops|
and Messy Mansion MM20
|Vivid Lacquer VL037 and Hit the Bottle Snowed Under|