Monday, October 12, 2015

The Digit-al Dozen Does Autumn--Fall with a bite

Hi Everyone!  Happy Monday!  This week kicks off The Digit-al Dozen's Autumn week and living in Wisconsin I am happy to report we have a kick-ass Autumn season!  Autumn or Fall to me means a gorgeous scenery of yellows, orange, greens and browns.  It's apple harvesting, and corn harvesting and of course pumpkin picking!  It's comfortable days with cooler nights.  It's Packer football season spent watching the game with family and friends.  It's also Halloween!  There is alot going on in the Fall!!!

Today I decided to kick off my Digit-al Dozen week with a look that goes from Fall to Halloween--sweet to badass with just a couple of little change ups.  I actually really love this mani both ways!  First I started with one of my favorite Fall colors--Cast A Spell from Darling Diva.  This gorgeous coppery orange is from her Witchee Collection--my favorite collection of hers.  I stamped first the BN01 Bridal Nail collection from Messy Mansion.
This right here is just drop dead gorgeous to me.  Nothing says Autumn like orange and black together
I think this image makes this look so classy!
I love the Bridal Nail set from Messy Mansion all the images are just stunning
To give this same mani and edgier  look for Halloween I grabbed MM58 and a couple of the wicked cool skull images!
Same mani with just a couple of badass additions!
How cool is the dude on my ring finger???!!!
Total BADASS!  I love how with just these little additions I was able to turn this Autumn tapestry look into a wicked Halloween mani!

I'm going to head over to see what everyone else came up with for today!


  1. Gorgeous and bad ass all in one mani!

  2. Beautiful!!! Almost like those luxury damask wallpapers in noble mansions. I do like the badass bit but I much prefer it without - it's like you said: nothing like black and orange together :)

  3. I love this, both before and after the "edgy Halloween" additions! Such bold contrast and perfect stamping :)

  4. (pre additions) That's a fabulous way to use black and orange in a classy Halloween way!