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5 steps to the perfect children’s party

1, Planning Have a plan/timetable of when you want to cut the cake, play pass the parcel, eating times etc. Think of a party theme, superheroes, Paw patrol, Princesses etc send out invites suggest fancy dress maybe? 2, Layout Think about the seating for the adults, positioning of the music/loud speakers. Maybe a changing room for […]

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Party themes

I just love it when a good party theme comes along for me to create designs. This year I have painted at a Bollywood party for a 40th, a masked ball party for a 50th and a Peter Pan/Tinkerbell party for a little girl. Not to mention the Disney day and the Mermaid Princess ball. […]

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Importance of Face painting hygiene

Practice of good hygiene It is so important to the face painting industry and the beauty industry that good hygiene practices are followed. I have lost count the many times I have walked past face painting stations (run by volunteers or new face painters) who are just not following good rules of hygiene. Sponges Take […]

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How to wash off Face paint – tips

How to wash off Face paint – tips Lather up (no water yet) with a small bit of baby shampoo on a damp flannel. Wipe over the face wiping away from the eyes. Once all lathered apply mild warm water and the paint should glide off with no stains to the skin Should there be […]

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Welcome to my new blog

How to get the most out of your child’s party Think what your child likes and theme the party to suit your child. Party boxes with the child’s name on it containing food are a great way of containing mess, providing food on a budget without loads of food left over. Always have balloons, the […]

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