Tag Archive | do it yourself face painting

How to Paint a Leopard Face – step by step tutorial

For this make up I used Kryolan brand white and yellow, along with Wolfe brand black. You can use any face paint you like, as long as it’s face paint – that is makeup, not paint made for paper or canvas. Non-toxic does not mean it’s safe for use on the body. My lovely friend Willa is my […]

Buy tickets for Gravenstein Apple Fair now and save

Gravenstein Apple Fair The cutest little fair is fast approaching. Mark your calendars for August 8 & 9. Save $ by purchasing tickets in advance at all Copperfield’s Books and Oliver’s Market locations, or at the Sonoma County Farm Trails office. Children 5 and under enter for free. Then join me for face painting, live music on 2 stages, children’s corner, […]

Halloween Cosplay Tips from a Face Painter

1) Find inspiration in your closet Special occasion clothes can be the perfect starting point for a costumed character. The flower girl dress from a wedding makes a fantastic start for a fairy princess. Tuxedos for vampires, graduation grown (belted, with a shredded hemline) for witches. Worn clothing can find new life, eh, undead life, as a […]

Mother’s Day Weekend at Redwood Hill Farm – kids and face painting

Fun with Kids Face Painting and Baby Goats Free family fun this weekend at Redwood Hill Farm in Sebastopol.  They have baby goats for petting, hay bales for climbing, and face painting by Auntie Stacey May 9 and 10, 2015 from 11AM – 3PM. Did I mention it’s all free? See life on the farm, try milking a goat, […]

Stacey Claus ready for Holiday Parties

The weather’s turning cold, rain’s on the way and that means Stacey Claus is coming to town to paint some fun.  Nothing says festive like face painting.  Why not have Auntie Stacey Claus face paint at your corporate event, school fair or company celebration. Stacey Claus at the Frosty Mountain Tree Farm Find the perfect Christmas […]

How to paint a zombie face by Auntie Stacey

Here’s a classic design for Halloween, to turn a perfectly adorable kid into a creepy zombie skull ghoul undead thing. 1) I began with an all over dusting of Starblend white powder. The powder covers quickly and is easier to get even than face paint. You can use any light powder or foundation, or sponge on white […]

Free family fun – Heirloom Expo September 10, 11 & 12 in Santa Rosa

Get Natural The  National Heirloom Exposition features edu-tainment, Sonoma county style. The children’s area features games, petable critters, bee keeping demos, felting demos, gardens, and more. Free admission for kids and teens 17 years old and younger.  It’s the “World’s Pure Food Fair!”  See a 1200 pound pumpkin, lush gardens, livestock.  Pet a chicken.  Buy some […]