Cantwell Bluegrass Festival

More proof of face painting designs–actually, only half the proof because most of the photographs got deleted from my phone. I’ve decided only to trust old-school cameras from now on.

I face painted an iguana on Aubrey on Saturday--it lasted well through the day with only a little smudging during dancing!

I face painted an iguana on Aubrey on Saturday–it lasted well through the day with only a little smudging during dancing!

My face painting home away from home!

My face painting home away from home!

Henna Elephant

Henna Elephant!

Henna sloth!

Henna sloth!

Painting the wall of my tent...

Painting the wall of my tent/home in Cantwell.

Face paint butterfly!

Face paint butterfly!

Black widow in face paint. It had a yellow web once it was finished, too.

Black widow in face paint. It had a yellow web once it was finished, too.

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In the process of face painting the black widow spider.

He asked for eyeballs on his eyelids.

He asked for eyeballs on his eyelids. People across the festival were creeped out.

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And you can see why!

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What could be better than a tree frog on one cheek and a jaguar on the other?

Tree frog face!

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She came back to get her whole face done.

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…and so I did!

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She asked for a henna cat on her forehead. The whole family was going to a wedding in Girdwood the next day. And they all got face henna!

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I have an audience!

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The tables have turned! I let the kids face paint on me…

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…still painting.

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Some abstract designs!

 

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