Children's Birthday Party Face Painting Design Ideas

Children's Birthday Party Face Painting Design Ideas

Posted by Harley Davidson Tuesday, August 5, 2008 0 comments

Most kids like the current movie, television show, the latest toy or cartoon character. All of these can be your resource for inspiration to create new kids face painting designs. These designs are easy to learn and you can practice a few times with some low cost face paint so that you are not using your high quality face paint. Feel free to practice on one of your own kids or on a model. Once you have the design looking like the character, then start to add some variations to the design. It never hurts to make your design look unique.

Feel free to add variations to any design you use. You can do simple things, like changing the color, expression, or shape for different parts of the design as well as adding new elements to the design. With kids' face painting designs, anything goes! Kids will always appreciate a unique touch added to their design. It is great to be able to give a child options with your designs. If a child says I want a tiger, you can offer some varieties. Do they want one snarling with teeth, or do they want a goofy tiger with its tongue hanging out? Kids also do not care about colors, so you can also offer different colors.

The most important thing to remember with kids' face painting designs is that you are creating a design to please a child. This gives you a lot more flexibility with kids' face painting designs because you don't have to make it an exact replica. Have fun with the designs and let your creativity roam free to create some of the best kids' face painting designs you've ever imagined!
Remember - how-to's for children's birthday party face painting design ideas are limited only by your own imagination. Reconfiguring old designs and adding the newest kids' interests into new designs will help you create fun and exciting kids face painting designs.

Lisa Carnevale, with her full palette of face paints, is the most popular mom on the block (and in the PTA). She recommends one face painting book above all others. Want to know what it is? Visit her face painting blog, and let the party begin!


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