images from the super cheap stamping kit my roommate got me. However, I didn't share any images of the kit itself at that time.
This is what you get in the package, along with a small instruction sheet that is not overly helpful:
Dual ended stamper, plate holder, scraper, and five plates.
Here are some close ups, with a penny for scale. If you are a European reader, our penny is about the size of a .02 euro coin. I'm not sure how it compares to Aussie currency, having never seen any.
The small end of the stamper.
The large end.
And a couple shots of the plates themselves. Note the size of the "full nail" images:
Obviously, this is the only plate I haven't stamped from yet.
The kit didn't contain any kind of storage, so for $1.99 I picked up a mini photo album from Michael's:
Right now I'm only doing one plate per pocket, but if my collection expands I might look into mounting them on cardstock or something, so that I can get 2 per pocket. This could also, theoretically, eliminate the need for the plate holder (I know some people don't like them, but I found it somewhat handy).
The album also is a good place to store the scraper and plate holder.
I haven't come up with a way to store the stamper, other than maybe knitting a small drawstring bag to hold both the album and the stamper, but I haven't put that much thought into it yet. For now they are living on a corner of my desk, and don't seem too upset about it.