Here's how I did it. I tried this technique a few years ago and posted it on MUA. I used it mainly because I had never sponged nails and this seemed the easiest to me, especially since I had no clue what I was doing. I still like it.
After I painted my nails with base coat and two coats of Nails Inc Warwick Way,
I took a regular makeup sponge.
I cut a piece off and put the edge of it in my claw.
I painted a stripe of Nails Inc St John's Wood then right next to it a stripe of Sally Hansen Pacific. The nice thing about doing this right on the sponge is they blend together for you in the sponge.
Then, I just stamp, dab it on my nail. If your stripes are big enough you can paint your nail all at once. Just dab a little extra in any bald spots. Re-stripe the sponge between nails as needed.
After that I topped it with one coat of Lilacquer Selkie. You want to go here and get these. She has other gorgeous polishes too!!!
Then of course I stamped it with Bundle Monster 212 using China Glaze Hi-Tek. Easy Peasy sponging! Will you give it a go?
Oh...here's some of my dining room/kitchen
Have a great day! ✿