Tuesday, January 13, 2015

The Digit-al Dozen Does: Fairy Tales - Snow Queen

For today's Fairy Tale, I was inspired by The Snow Queen.  I must admit that I have never actually read this tale.  I have seen a couple movie versions of the tale that I love.  I like the one that came out in 2002 and there is another version, I think out of the UK, that is my favorite.  


I could have gone all white with this design, however I really like the idea of a frozen blue color.  I thought butter LONDON Victoriana was would make the best base.  The silver shimmer was perfect!  I applied one coat.

I added some snowflakes using Spotlight White and BP01.

I added gold crowns using As Good As Gold and MM05.

Lastly, I topped it off with some more snow!  This is one coat of The Outer Edge.  Isn't this glitter amazing?!






17 comments:

  1. What a great take on the prompt! :D

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  2. This totally looks like there in a snow storm. Love it!

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  3. I have to agree with you this looks pretty amazing!

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  4. I love the layers - it's so pretty! I've never read the Snow Queen, either!

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  5. What a cool spin! I love the double stamping!

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  6. You're right - a snow queen mani should definitely have some blue in it. Love it!

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  7. It really looks like a winter fairy tale painted on your nails! Great final effect!

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  8. Awesome. Double stamping for the win

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  9. Great job - wonderful inspiration and execution!

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  10. I really love the layered stamping you did. So beautiful!

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  11. This is beautiful! I love all the layers!

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  12. Love the layered stamping. I think these colors are perfect!

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  13. I love the double stamp and the shades you picked are wonderful

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  14. I so love this! I like seeing every step of the mani :)

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  15. love all the layering on this one xx

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