HAULY friday – 25 – Lovenails


YAY! It’s finally Friday again and I am back with my HAULY friday series, where I’d like to show you which products I recently bought.

Oh no no no, don’t get the wrong idea. The fact that I haven’t posted a HAULY friday in a long time does NOT mean I stopped buying new things, I just didn’t have the time write a post about them or wanted to write about other things^^

While I was recently looking for the best stamper, I figured the creative shop stamper might be a good match for me. I searched the net and found a german online shop located called LoveNails.

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The shop was founded in 2014 and is focused on stamping. Besides the creative shop stamper, they sell a lot of stamping plates, nail art brushes, water decals and the nail polishes from indie brand crazy polish lady (handmade in Portugal).

I liked what I saw and wanted to order a few things for myself, so I contacted Philip – the owner – and told him that I wanted to introduce his shop to my Blog readers in Germany. He was happy to hear that and helped me with my questions and advised me on a few things as well.

You wonder what I bought?
(included are a few goodies Philip added to my order – marked *)

Let’s see:


creative shop stamper, scraper and stamper bag


  • high quality, very soft, slightly sticky head
  • long-term life
  • ergonomic holder
  • diameter 32mm (1/8 in)

The stamper is originally from the Ukraine and sold all over the world. LoveNails is one of the few shop that sell’s it in Germany though. The stamper and scraper come in a set. The head and the silver holder of the stamper come separately packaged. You can also buy separate stamper heads if you need.


This stamper is one of the biggest on the market and is supposed to be a great stamper for beginners and pro’s. Because of its softness and the sticky surface it fully picks up images, very nice and sharp. You do not need to prime the stamper, but you can. My one works fine, so there was no need to prime it. Depending on the polishes you use for stamping, you should work fast though. You can either roll it over the stamping plate or press it on. I prefer rolling. Then place the finger into the stamper for best results.

Do NOT clean it with polish remover, especially not with acetone – or it will be ruined.
Preferably use a lint roller or scotch tape.



nail art water decals


These pretty decals totally caught my attention. The reminded me of the nail wraps from thumbs up, which I recently bought, so I am excited to see how these work and look.


I was pretty surprised that I found these Chi’s sweet home water decals. I used to watch and love this japanese animated TV show. Had to buy it!

French Sticker FJ-009 (0,95 €) *


stamping plates and storage bag



This stamping plate bag holds round and square plates the size of about 5cm. It fits up to 26 plates and since I already have a few plates I needed a secure way to store them.



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Well, what can I say? I love christmas and had to have this in my life. LoveNails only sell’s the original hehe stamping plates, which explains the price. I do not support fakes or imitations, so 4 € for a stamping plate is totally fine for me.

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Let’s admit it, if you look at the images of this plate, there was no way in hell I wouldn’t have bought this. It’s perfect for an addict like me.

stamping plate JQ-32 (2,19 €)


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I gotta say that this just might be my favorite stamping plate so far. The patterns are so pretty and I already tried a few of them several times. I am very happy with it.


  • stamping plate BC-04 (2,99 €)

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This plate is so lovely, but it kind of gives me headache when I try to stamp with it. I don’t know if I am just too incompetent to use it or if the images are truly difficult to pic up and stamp. Does anyone of you have this plate and could give me advice?



I am in LOVE with this polish!!! The blue is something special. In my collection of about 800 polishes (or more?) is nothing like it. The holographic glitter also gives a very unique look to it. I am currently wearing it and got so many compliments and questions about the polish and which brand it is from.

All crazy polish lady polishes are hand mixed and are made using the best polish ingredients, making sure they are cruelty free. They use a 3 free base to make them, so they are hypoallergenic, free from the big 3 toxic chemicals: Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP), Formaldehyde and Toluene.

Seriously guys, don’t be afraid to buy from indie brands! They might be a bit pricier but keep in mind that these are handmade and mostly 3 or 5-free. If you don’t know what that means, please check here.






Isn’t that pretty? You can also use it for the accent nail and stamp on white base with some pretty swirly designs.



On the following pictures you can see some more results with my new stamping plate designs.




I am very happy with my products and already placed another order at LoveNails.

I hope you will check out the online shop and maybe find a few things you would like. I totally recommend the creative shop stamper and the crazy polish lady cosmic love.

Thanks again to Philip for adding the goodies to my order. You seriously made me a happy girl :)


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[SoMoNight/SoMoTOUR] The Visit

Good evening everyone,

Monday 21st was a big night. Robert Hofmann the initiator of the SocialMovieNight kicked-off the first SocialMovieNight within the first ever SocialMovieTOUR!

This tour was long awaited by fans of the SocialMovieNight, since the event has been a Berlin only event so far. A lot of people kept asking if Robert could do the event in other cities as well, so for the 25th SocialMovieNight he arranged 5 dates in 5 different cities.

The dates for the tour were as followed:

I joined for the first date, on Monday 21st, and had something special planed for the night.

Most of you might not know that for the first 6 events the SocialMovieNight was actually called “YouTuber Preview”, but was re-named for the 7th event to the famous SocialMovieNight.

Can you imagine that we could already experience 25 (!) events within the past 2 years?!

Which movies did we watch so far? Let me tell you:

  • The Internship
  • The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
  • Inside Llevyn Davis
  • 300: Rise of an Empire
  • The other man
  • Purge: Anarchy
  • Storm Hunters
  • If I stay
  • Dracula Untold
  • Northmen: A viking saga
  • Dumb and Dumber To
  • The Hunger Games: Mockingjay part 1
  • Kill the Boss 2
  • SpongeBob 3D
  • The Wedding Ringer
  • Chappie
  • Halbe Brüder (german)
  • Run all Night
  • Pitch Perfect 2
  • San Andreas
  • Magic Mike XXL
  • Pixels
  • The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
  • Trainwreck
  • The Visit

That is an impressive bunch of good movies and I am always amazed by the love and effort everyone puts into those nights. I am also very thankful to be able to be a part of the SocialMovieNight series. Mainly because those nights are about giving and making people happy. Giving the community the chance to enjoy such special events together and share common interest. The people also have the chance to meet their favorite YouTubers, get autographs and pictures, as well as catching a short chat. I have talked to al lot of people who have won tickets to these events and the feedback was always positive. These nights mean a lot to the people and they are very thankful to Robert and his Team.

To celebrate the 25th and also 2 year anniversary I decided to bake a luscious chocolate cake with choco oreos inside and white fondant on top.

SoMoNight cake

Admit it, there is no party without a Birthday cake :)

I was very happy to see that everyone enjoyed eating the cake as much as I enjoyed making it. Everyone told me that it was very delicious which filled my heart with warmth and happiness.

Matching the movie poster of the night for The Visit, I also baked about 100 cookies which were also received well.


this is my version of the poster

SoMoNight cookies

Al lot of people asked for the recipe to these cookies, so without further ado, here you go.

What you will need for about 30 cookies:

  • 100 g white chocolate
  • 100 g normal (whole milk) chocolate
  • 250 g soft, unsalted butter
  • 250 g Zucker
  • 2 eggs (room temperature)
  • 300 g flour
  • 30 g cocoa powder
  • 1 T baking soda
  • 1 T salt

Turn on your oven to 200 degrees top and bottom heat or 180 degrees circulating heat.

Chop all the chocolate into little pieces and set them aside. Do the same with the nuts.
Put your soft, unsalted butter into your mixing bowl and use an electric whisk to turn it into a soft, fluffy mass. Add the eggs and keep whisking until it’s super fluffy. Mix the flour, cocoa, baking soda and salt in a separate bowl and add the pieces of chocolate and nuts. Now mix everything together using a wooden spoon. Make sure to mix well since the cookie dough gets really strong.

Prepare the baking tray by putting baking paper on top of it and use a tea-spoon to portion the dough. Form small balls of dough and lightly press them on to the baking paper. Make sure to leave enough space in between them or else the will melt together.

Now put the first tray into the oven for about 10-12 minutes and repeat until you finished off all the dough.

Now enjoy your freshly baked grannie cookies.

If you try these, please send me a picture, leave a comment or tag me on Instagram @allthesmallstuffandthings

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You want to win tickets for the SocialMovieNight? Follow the accounts below.

Robert Hofmann YouTube | FB | Instagram | Twitter
SocialMovieNight: FB | Instagram | Twitter

Patrice Bouédibéla: FB | Instagram | Twitter

As always, a big thank you to the team behind Robert – PureOnline: Website | FB | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube

Most of the pictures at the events are taken by RedCarpetReports: Website | FB