Rainbows are quite possibly my favourite thing to paint! I love to improvise and create unique different designs on the spot. Here are two fairly recent creations.
The left was a girl at a Pride event.
The right was a little boy who wanted me to paint his dreams being eaten by nightmares!!
My most recent bump ~ A “Peanutized” Family ❤
Mum, Dad, 2 dogs and baby (Woodstock in Snoopy’s arms 😀 )
Inspired by the “Peanutize Me” website http://www.peanutizeme.com/
This April I am offering 241 on pregnancy bump paintings!!
Ideal for pregnant friends ❤
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Tag your friends and let everyone know 😀
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Today at a 3 year old’s birthday party I got to paint a bald head for the first time, something I’ve always wanted to do!! It’s not my best work, as it was a little rushed, but definitely one of the funniest! It was amazing fun and provided much amusement to fellow party guests :p
If you’re bald, or know someone else who is, and would like your head painted, please get in touch!!
So super excited about this project!! ❤❤❤
Instead of just one belly painting at the end of the pregnancy, I will be doing a series of paintings throughout the pregnancy, documenting the ever-increasing bump ❤ My stunning model is the most sunny, wonderful lady and I’m so grateful to have met her and be working with her! We chose to paint the progression of a caterpillar via the chrysalis into a butterfly, which lends itself perfectly to this concept. Here are the first photos of Alison at 18 weeks ❤❤❤
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Beautify your bump with body art, creating a unique and wonderful memory of your pregnancy ❤ This can be done in the comfort of your own home, with or without photos. Email email@example.com
16-18th Jan – I will be face painting at the World’s 1st Pop up Museum of Happiness!! (in London, Spitalfields) I have been lucky enough to watch and participate in the growth of this phenomenal concept, put together by some truly phenomenal people. Their mission is literally to spread more joy. I love them ❤ And I love that when I suggested having face painting at their museum they welcomed the idea and they welcomed me ❤ Read more here: http://ow.ly/WRI4F
This was my second ever scan painting onto a pregnant belly. As always, a truly beautiful experience for both mum-to-be and myself. ❤
This lovely lady requested a Caribbean themed paint – with Heliconia, hibiscus, and plumeria – in addition to the national bird, Monserrat Oriole.
Painted in her own home, photoshoot included 🙂