A special thanks to Tulip and ILovetoCreate.com for sponsoring today’s post and my first time trying out face and body paint. #TulipBodyArt #facepaintHOA
If there is anything that you DON’T want to ask me to do, it’s freehand a painting or drawing. It will turn out terrible beyond belief. When it comes to drawing, my sister received all of that gene, and I received none. For that reason, I’ve always been intimidated by face painting. Luckily, Tulip has a line of body art stencils that make it easy for even someone like myself to create a fun Halloween face and body art scene! As part of the Crafty Hangouts team this month, I’m showcasing a Crawling Spider Face and Body art tutorial. This is my first time with the Crafty Hangouts team, but I hope not the last!
Supplies for this Halloween Body art :
- Washcloth or napkin
- Small plastic container of water
- Tulip Body Art Glitter Tattoo (this contains the red glitter, brush, body adhesive, and stencil)
- Tulip Neon and Black Light Face and Body Paint
This body art is inspired by Harry Potter. Remember that scene where Ron and Harry follow the trail of spiders to the big spider den? For this tutorial, a trail of spiders appear to go up the arm, under the sleeve, and up the cheek to the spider web.
This body art is a great idea for teachers or event workers who want to be festive, but they don’t want to pull out an entire costume. Because, let’s face it, lugging kids around Trick-or-Treating or working at a Halloween event is crazy enough without being in a cumbersome costume!
Want more face painting and body art ideas? Be sure to check out all the awesome videos with the Crafty Hangouts team!