Make your next event fun and memorable by setting up a face-painting booth.
You will need
- Face painters
- Face paints
- Examples of face-painting designs
- Wet wipes
- Paper towel
- Hand sanitizer
Step 1 Find artists Find enthusiastic artists to help paint faces. If you have volunteers that are not confident drawing freehand, stencils are a great option.
Step 2 Set up a table Set up a table with clean brushes, water for cleaning brushes, face paints, sponges, glitter, and examples of face-painting designs that children can choose from.
Face-painting supplies can be purchased at your local craft store.
Step 3 Provide a chair Provide a chair for the children and for the face painter to help reduce strain on their back.
Step 4 Provide a mirror and camera Keep a mirror available so the children can view the finished design. Also make lasting memories by having a camera available to take photos.
Step 5 Make cleaning easy Make cleaning easy by having wet wipes, a paper towel, and hand sanitizer available. Have fun!
Did You Know:
In 2008, the record for the most people with team colors painted on their face was set by 29,688 rugby fans from France.