Simple Face Painting Designs
Face painting, whether it's at a birthday party, for Halloween or for
another event is always a winner with kids of all ages. If
you've never face painted before, finding Simple Face Painting Designs
that you can master quickly and easily may seem like an impossible
How To Create Your Own!
A simple face painting design is nothing more than an entire design
broken down into steps. It's easy to look at a beautifully
painted face and think "There's no way I can do that." But when
broken down into simple steps, the whole thing comes together in the
end and you'll being saying "I can't believe I did that!"
Many kids crafts books will have at least a small section with a face
painting pattern of some sort. The more complicated face patterns
will come in handy when you need the step-by-step directions.
Good directions will keep it simple, showing individual photos of each
layer as it is applied.
Halloween is probably one of the most popular times to paint faces,
especially for full face painting. The choices are
Vampires, pirates, clowns, witches, bears, ghosts, pirates, genies,
princesses, bumble bees and bunnies. My kids had their Fall
Festival at their school last week and every second grade girl was
running around with their entire face painted like a
jack-o-lantern. It's a super simple face painting idea!
Just paint the circumference of the face in orange. Let dry for a
minute or two. Paint black triangles around the eyes, an upside
down triangle around the nose and a jagged smile around the
mouth. Simple and fun!
Many parents just can't afford the costumes or simply don't want to
invest in something that will be outgrown before the next year's
event. This makes face painting a great choice. You can
paint the right face and pull together some of your own clothes to make
it work! I listed some easy Homemade Halloween Costume Ideas on
my blog at Easy
A bunny face is a simple face painting pattern to follow. The
most prominent feature would be the buck teeth, followed by the
whiskers. If you want a mouse pattern, just use a dot of paint to
accent the nose. Place tiny dots on each side of the top lip,
apply whiskers coming away from the dots towards each cheek area and
bright pink cheeks.
Here are some additional examples
of simple face painting ideas. Full face painting is great for
Halloween, but sometimes, for other events, a small cheek art design
has just as much impact.
Of course, if you're not inclined to create your own Simple Face
Painting Ideas, take a risk-free try of Easy Face Painting .
We've done all the hard work for you. With over 50 designs
(including full-face Halloween designs!) broken down into an
easy-to-follow step-by-step format, there are sure
to be simple face painting designs perfect for your event. You
can see a step-by-step example here in our article about Free Face Painting
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