❤ Latest pregnancy bump painting ❤
Available in Leicester and in London – please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info!
If you’re pregnant in London or Leicester and would like to celebrate your pregnancy bump in a truly unique and creative way, please get in touch Or if you have a pregnant friend, why not treat her to a super special pamper day with a twist!
I work with each individual client to create something unique for them. This lovely lady wanted a globe, flowers, rainbow and stars so this is what we came up with!
Absolutely loved painting this one – it was a different kind of challenge but I was really pleased with the result 🙂
Belly painting is available in your own home (if you live in London) or in my home (if you live in Leicester). It can be absolutely anything you like so let your imagination run wild! Please feel free to drop me a message with any questions or queries ❤ email@example.com
This April I am offering 241 on pregnancy bump paintings!!
Ideal for pregnant friends ❤
All you have to do is like my Facebook page, then like and share the Facebook post!! http://ow.ly/10gZAM
Tag your friends and let everyone know 😀
*Terms & conditions apply* Message me for details ❤❤❤
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 ❤❤❤
***THIS IS NOW AVAILABLE in Leicester or London. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss ideas and prices ❤❤❤
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 🙂