OK, so it took me a while to get around to reviewing these, being so distracted with holiday-related nails, but I did use them the other day over Merry Mittens, and although obviously I haven't gone through & tried out each & every design, I want to share my impressions with you guys. You can find these & more at the Born Pretty website http://www.bornprettystore.com/, and you can enter promo code "COLE10K31" to get 10% through 3/31/11.
The image plate set that I received is the 12-piece that includes the Hello Kitty design =) You can check out all the sets that they have avaiable HERE in the Nail Art Stamping section.
The image plates very similar to the Bundle Monster plates in that they come with a plastic film & a rather sharp edge that makes it tricky to remove. I don't think they're quite as sharp as the BM ones though. They are also unfinished on the back, but a slightly thicker disc of metal. The biggest difference between these & both the Bundle Monster & original Konad is that they're octagonal rather than round
Like Konad plates, they are labelled with M & the plate number - although some of their M's are capitalized & Konad's are lowercase, when I refer to these plates & also for my tagging purposes you'll see an asterisk * following. But don't think that they're the same designs just because they're labelled the same.
Have a look at the completely different m72 vs. m72*:
The designs seem well-etched - deep enough that you get the whole design when you stamp, and all of the details came through cleanly on the design that I used, from plate m71* . Although some familiar Konad images are included, I didn't end up with very much duplication, most of the designs are original & include some designs that have a mirror-image right next to them on the plate.
Overall, these are very reasonably priced at less than a dollar a plate, and worth it in my opinion if you'd like to expand you image plate collection. Thanks for reading.
(These products were sent to me for review)