In Adventures in Stamping today, the theme is "Toxic or Poisonous". I decided to do a manicure for a plant or flower that was toxic for pets. I picked Dahlia's as my flower. It is toxic to dogs and cats. It causes mild gastrointestinal and mild dermatitis. The below pictures are several different types of Dahlia's.
I used Sally Hansen Hard as Nails Extreme Wear-150-Sunkissed, Wet-n-Wild Shine-Red Red 414A, and Wet-n-Wild-Ebony Hates Chris C229c as my stamping polishes. I used several different stamping plates to complete this manicure. They are Mash 31(upset and frown faces), 36 (dog paws), 43 (upset bubbles) and BM 04 (cats). I used a stamping plate that was given to me by Candace Woods. I used it for the Dahlia's on my middle finger. I really don't know the name of the stamping plate all that it has on it is an "E".
So if any of your pets ingest this flower, contact your local veterinarian or ASPCA Animal Poison Control at 1-888-426-4435.