Monday, January 12, 2015

Digit-al Dozen Does Fairytales; Day 1

Welcome to Digit-al Dozen week; this month's theme is Fairytales!  

This is The Three Little Pigs, as adapted by me!

Once upon a time, there were three little brother pigs. They decided to venture out into the world on their own. Now, two of the little pigs, they liked to play and dance all day but knew they had to build a house to live in. So they quickly built their houses in the woods. The first little pig, he made his house out of straw.  The second little pig, he built his house out of wood.  Once they were finished, they laughed and played all day!  


But the third little piggy, he decided to build a sturdy house, and made it out of bricks.  But this took some time; he wasn't able to laugh and play all day like his two little piggy brothers.



One day, a wicked, hungry wolf came into the woods and seen the first little piggy's house.  The big, bad wolf said, "Let me in, let me in!" The first little piggy responded, "Not by the hair on my chinny-chin-chin!


 So the big bad wolf said, "I'm going to huff, and puff, and blow your house down!".  And he did.


That frightened little piggy quickly ran to his brothers wooden house in the woods.  Shortly after, the wolf came to the second little piggy's house, which now had two of the pigs hiding in fear there! They heard a knock on the door; the wolf said, "Let me in, let me in!"  But the piggy's cried, "Not by the hair on our chinny-chin-chins."  


So the wolf said, "I'm going to huff and puff and blow your house in!"  So he blew in that piggy's house too.


Terrified, both little piggy's ran quickly to their brothers brick house.  The wolf came upon the house of the third little piggy in the woods.  He knocked on the door and said, "Three little pigs, I know you're in there, let me in!" The three little piggy's cried in unison, "Not by the hair on our chinny-chin-chins!!"  So the big, bad wolf said, "I'm going to huff and puff and blow your house in!"


So the wolf huffed, and he puffed....but he could not blow the house in!  The third little pig who didn't laugh and play all day had built a sturdy house..... the wolf could not blow it down!!

The wicked wolf went onto the roof and went down the chimney to try to get to the three little pigs but the three little piggy's outsmarted him; there was a boiling kettle of water waiting for him in the fireplace!  He yelped and jumped out of the pot and ran off into the woods, never to be seen again!

The three little pigs lived happily ever after in the brick house, never to see the big, bad wolf again!


This is the finished mani over time.


Started with a base of Barielle Pin Up on thumb with random brown polish sponged on, and sponged on The Kit Bombshell and CND Girly Pink on other fingers; topped with KBShimmer Clearly on Top.


Stamped using assortment of plates; MoYou Fairy Tale Collection 04 (thumb), FUN 8 (pig on middle), Apipila 03 (upper pig on middle), FUN 5 (pinky), MoYou Mother Nature Collection-09 (index) and MoYou Mother Nature Collection-04 (ring).  Stamping polishes were black Konad special polish and Mundo de Unas in 11 (yellow), 22 (brown) and 57 (taupe).


Did some free handing; drew in doors on both structures, sun, clouds and birds.  Added grass using CND Green Scene.


Top coated to finish.


Added wording from MoYou Roxy Collection-10 on index and ring.  Also made a stamper decal from MoYou Punk Collection-05, using black and white Konad special polish; added on thumb.


Top coated all to finish.

For the wolf part, started with a base of Orly Boho Bonnet on all fingers but pinky; which is The Kit Bombshell, two coats each.


Sponged using Barry M Grey and FunkyFingers Gesso.


Top coated to finish.


Added images from MoYou Mother Nature Collection-09 (index), MoYou Mother Comics Collection-01 (middle and ring) and Chez Halloween 002 (thumb).  Stamping polishes used were FunkyFinger Gesso and Mundo de Unas #2 (black), 37 (green), and 22 (brown).


Before I stamped on the middle, I had removed the 'p', then stamped.  Hand painted in the H using white polish. Handpainted in the straw and wood on the pinky using Mundo 11 (yellow) and 22 (brown), which are shown above, and for the final brick scene, used MoYou Fairytale Collection-04 using Mundo de Unas 57 (taupe).


MoYou Mother Nature Collection-04


MoYou Comics Collection-01


MoYou Roxy Collection-10



MoYou Fairytale Collection-04



Just for fun again, because I know there's aren't going to be many times that I'm going to be able to give the finger in a mani!


Here's the other ladies Day 1 fairytale mani's; there are seven new members this month; please be sure to check them out!




Thanks for looking!

P.S. Don't worry; I didn't do my own adaptions for the rest of the week...well, I am for the nails, but not the fairytales!

25 comments:

  1. beautiful!
    I love this manicure and I think you've managed to create a beautiful and inspiring nail art creation <3

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  2. Wonderful pairing of your evolving manicure(s) with narration, I love it!

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  3. I loved reading your post. And the nail art is stunning!

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  4. What a great post! And wow, that looks like it was a lot of work! I laughed out loud at the skeleton finger!

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  5. This has to be THE cutest Three Little Pigs mani I've ever seen! I absolutely love it!

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  6. The final thumb is the most awesomest nail ever!

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  7. OMG this is the cutest!! I love how you told the story with nail art!

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  8. This is amazing!! Hahaha! Well done!

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  9. I SERIOUSLY CANNOT EVEN STAND HOW MUCH I LOVE THIS!!!!!

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  10. Those piggies are so cute! You had the perfect stamps for all of these!

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  11. This is the most original mani I have seen. Complete with story and nails that change to illustrate it! Fabulous job on this one, you've outdone yourself. Cutest ever.

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  12. omg, this is so awesome! I love how you told the story! And I am absolutely dying over that skeleton finger

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  13. Yes the finger! Totally caught me off guard. Loved it! You might need to tell more stories in future!

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  14. I gotta give you props for the amount of time that went into this. I am not that patient! It's very original and creative. Nice job!

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  15. Hehehe, these are so fun! I love how I can follow the story over the nails :)

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  16. This is amazing! I love the progression of the mani and how you used it to tell the story :)

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  17. Okay, you're officially brilliant! This is such a genius idea and I was grinning as I kept scrolling down - so clever!

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  18. What a fun post! Two manis and a story!! Love!

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  19. Oh my goodness! I am dying over this design! Brilliant design and awesome storytelling!

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  20. Hee-hee! Awesome job! Oh, and those piggies look like the little ones from the Pass the Pigs game! :)

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  21. genius idea to tell the story in this way. Superb xx

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