BOLT | Face Painting Brushes by Jest Paint - Thin Round #1
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During the Stay Home orders that have been established because of Covid-19 coronavirus, people around the world started doing things to spread a little happiness to those outside their windows! There are groups on Facebook of people painting rainbows for kids to spot when taking walks, or covering their glass doors and windows with colorful hearts! Painting windows is easy with face paint, just make sure that the paint is wet enough to slide on the glass but not drippy. If it drips it is easy to fix with a wet paper towel or rag. Paint whatever your heart desires in your window, pictures, words or simple designs. Once you want to remove the paint just wipe it away with a soapy sponge or wash cloth. Once you are out of quarantine you might want to paint new images to celebrate life starting to get back to normal. Think about all of the holidays you can paint your windows for too!
Tape or glue a piece of white paper around glass yogurt jars, jelly or peanut butter jars. Measure the paper to fit around the flattest area of the container. It is easiest if you paint the paper before putting it on the container. Paint stripes, butterflies, flowers, animals, polka dots, you name it, you can paint it to match your bedroom or desk area. Cover the whole paper with tape to make it extra durable.
Use the cardboard from an old cereal box and flatten it out. Cut off the flaps and glue white paper to the cardboard, or if the cardboard isn't too dark paint right on top of it. Start with a START space and use a flat brush loaded with a rainbow split cake to draw out a trail. Use a marker or the edge of the flat brush to draw lines to create squares on the train. Write face paint challenges on some of the squares, like “Paint a heart on the face of the person to your left” , “Poof Glitter on yourself” or “Paint big eye brows on anyone you choose.” You can have spaces like “Make Two Steps Back” or “Move Forward 5 Spaces” too. Decorate your board in any theme you want. You can paint it with rainbow colors, or like a graveyard if you want to make all sorts of spooky challenges like “Paint blood coming out of someone’s nose” etc. Use the crafty ideas attached Word document to print out the challenges if you don’t want to write your own. Make sure to take pictures while playing to share with your family and friends!
Grab your rainbow cakes are start painting wild patterns, shapes, cartoons, flowers...anything you want! Personalize your gift with this super easy to make wrapping paper. Someone at home might be celebrating their birthday stuck at home. Here is a fun way to make their birthday special! Use printer paper, or any kind of craft paper you have to paint a stack of paper to use for all of the presents you will need to wrap in the coming year. Once this covid-19 virus has been wiped out, we are all going to need to catch up on missed birthdays and other kinds of celebrations!
Have you always wanted a fish tank but don’t have one? Create your own fantasy fish or google pics of fish that you can use to inspire your fish painted fish. Rainbow cakes are perfect for painting bright tropical fish. You can cut up old fridge magnets and tape them to your fish. Add some sand, seaweed, rocks and bubbles with more paper cut outs. Now have fun moving your fish and other sea creatures around the fridge every day! Open the attached crafty ideas word document to find some fish outlines if you want to print them out.
You don't need a postage stamp to paint a fun greeting card! Just send a picture of it to the person you love via email or social media. The cards above were painted by our face painter friends. Some were for nurses taking care of us during the coronavirus outbreak, others were messages to the mail man, close friends and cards for grand children. You can check out tutorials on YouTube to learn how to paint one stroke flowers with your rainbow cakes, or you can just paint anything that you think the other person would enjoy! Add glitter glue, gems, stickers etc. to make your cards even wilder! Don't forget that you can paint colorful envelopes and gift tags too!
Covid-19 got your little ones a little tense? Print out a Mandala Template here and then go wild painting your own beautiful Mandala with your rainbow cakes! The circular patterns are east to paint, and focusing on keeping it symmetrical helps distract your mind for a little while and can be very relaxing. You can paint mandalas on arms, legs and backs too! I painted the one below while sitting on the beach in Ipanema. Ooh...those were the days!
Paint a bunch of butterflies with your rainbow cakes and flat brushes, cover them in tape to make the paper waterproof, and then cut them out and tape them on wooden skewers. Stick them in your potted plants. Try out lady bugs, caterpillars, ants, and grasshoppers too! See the attached page with insect cut out at the bottom of this post. Open the attached crafty ideas word document to find some insect clip art if you want to print them out.
Paint some trees, water, rocks, sand, animals, sunset and more with rainbow cakes! Create your own magical worlds! You can also places out of this world, like planets and stars, a nebula and meteors. Add some space ships, UFOs, and satellites if you want! Below is a fun beach scene with a monkey looking out into the distance.
Face paint is a perfect tool to paint really fun party hats! Are you stuck at home on your birthday, or is someone else in your family having to celebrate their birthday at home? Take white printer paper and roll it to make a cone shape or cut it up to make even fancier hat styles. Use your rainbow cakes to paint animals, stripes, circles, unicorns, butterflies etc all over your hats! If you have baseball hats, head bands or stocking caps you can attach your hats to them for a better fit. Write people's names on their hats with a small flat or angle face paint brush loaded in one of your rainbow cakes.
Is your bedroom looking a little bare? A fast way to decorate is to cut a bunch of triangles that are the same size, or varied sizes and then pick a theme and paint away. You can paint simple rainbow stripes across the triangles, or polka dots! Open the attached crafty ideas word document to find some pennant outlines if you want to print them out.
Want to have a masquerade party with your dolls? If you use face paint on your dolls it might not wash off, but you can paint a party mask for them. Pick a design and then cut out a mask shape from paper and cut out holes for their eyes. Paint your mask and once it is dry cover the back side of the mask with packing tape so that it doesn’t rip. You could make animal masks, super hero masks, or mardi gras masks. Add glitter, feathers and gems if you have them laying around. While you are at it you could paint a mask for your self and take a twinsie photo with your doll!
It is never to early to start making decorations for the holidays that are coming up! Put tape on the back side of a plain sheet of paper, and then paint designs on paper. Cut out the designs and punch a hole in the top to hang a loop of string to hang from your Christmas Tree, door knob, coat rack etc. You can paint on both sides of the paper before you coat them with tape if you expect them to spin around. You can also paint strips of paper and curl them to make spiral ornaments.
Paint sheets of white paper and then fold the paper to make a lantern. Put a battery-operated candle inside and watch it glow!
Paint some trees, water, rocks, sand, animals, sunset and more with rainbow cakes! Create your own magical worlds! You can also places out of this world, like planets and stars, a nebula and meteors. Add some space ships, UFOs, and satellites if you want!
Below are ideas for face painting your self and others to have some fun and pass the time! Face painting is a safe and easy way to express your creativity, transform into something else for the day, and it makes for great photo ops! Parents like face painting activities with the high quality paints that we sell at Jest Paint because they are high quality cosmetics with safe base ingredients and pigments which means that they are hypo-allergenic and easy to wash off at the end of the day.
Find someone else to paint along with you, or do it alone. Make sure to move very slow and carefully when painting, so that you don’t poke yourself or someone else in the eye or nose with your brush. You can paint a random design or challenge yourself to paint some thing in particular like a tiger or a butterfly. You can open your eyes when loading your paint, but then you have to close the up whenever you are facing the face you are painting.
Tired of painting your face? Why not paint your feet! Make sure to start with clean feet and put some thing on the floor to protect it while you paint. Spend some time painting wild socks, or shoes and socks if you want! Check out these tips on how to paint a patch if you want to make it look like you have one sewn on one of your socks.The middle image give you a good idea of how to paint realistic fabric for your socks as well, if you have a lot of time on your hands! I used a Bolt #1 Thin Round Brush to make these fine details.
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BOLT | Face Painting Brushes by Jest Paint - Thin Round #1
10+ In Stock!
Is it lunch time and you are bored being at home for the zillionth day in row? How about call the family together for a mustache lunch party! Have fun painting all kinds of mustaches and beards on each other and then sit down to enjoy your meal. Take funny pictures to send to your grandparents and friends!
Instead of watching TV all evening take 30 minutes or so to paint an upside down face on yourself or someone in your family! The idea is that the eyes and nose get painted on their chin, and their mouth is the mouth of the funny face. Once you have painted them you can cover the rest of their face with a shirt and then take a video of them singing a song, imitating someone famous, telling jokes, or making weird noises with their mouth. You can paint a person, an animal or a fantasy creature this way.
Pick your favorite monsters from movies and paint yourselves up for a fun family dance party. Dim the lights and search for Halloween dance music and just go crazy for a little while! When you are home all day it is important to exercise, and there is no funner way to exercise than to dance like crazy. Check youtube for some dance along instruction videos if you need some inspiration to keep you going!
There are a lot of ways to face paint yourself as a zombie. Grab your face paint and get yourself ready for a Zombie Quarantine Dance Party in no time! Paint the backs of your hands and arms to complete the creepy decaying zombie. You will just need some white, black and red face paint to get started. You can add some yellow or green if you want your zombie to look even more rotten and moldy! Make sure to take a lot of pictures to share with your family and friends to give them a laugh.
Write things, animals, places, colors, shapes, flowers, insects etc on little pieces of paper and put them in a hat or bowl. Pick two or more pieces randomly and paint a mashup design that combines the two things. You might end up with a tiger rabbit or a fire rose. Check out the cute heart, scale, puppy mash up by the amazing Svetlana Keller!
Paint yourself in a fun art style. Pointillism like the paintings by Georges Seurat, abstract or surrealistic art like Pablo Picasso, swirly strokes like Vincent Van Gogh, messy splatter art like Jackson Pollock, POP ART like the works of Andy Warhol and Keith Herring…the list goes on for inspiration! Now, chose a style and try to paint yourself as an animal, a butterfly or paint a cool picture on your skin to match the style. You can even paint yourself as a human so that you look like a living painting!
Turn your house into a zoo! Sometimes it feels like we are in a cage these days, why not dress up and be an animal for a few hours. Have everyone pick their own animal and help each other paint on the spots, stripes, scales etc. Maybe make a meal that you can eat with your hands, or without your hands at all! A family photo at the dinner table will be one that you print and put on the fridge so that you never forget the time you spent in quarantine together.
Paint everyone a pale shade of white, sponge in some light grey shadows under the cheekbones, around the eyes and on the temples so that it looks like your family hasn’t seen the light of day in a white. Paint sharp teeth with perhaps a little blood dripping of them and some angled black eyebrows and maybe a black widows peak at the hair line and you are ready for a vampire dinner! Eat something red like spaghetti or tomato soup to make you dinner look a little more creepy!
Turn everyone into a royalty! Tonight have some fun painting crowns on everyone in your family and spend your dinner talking like you think royals do. Try to mind your manner at the table for as long as you can! Decide who is the who, it doesn’t have to be the obvious choices either!
Gather your family around the dinner table after painting them to look 20 or more years older. Old age makeup is easy because you just need brown and white face paint, and you follow the natural lines that your face gets when you smile, frown or look angry. Fill in those lines with the darkest shade of brown and then mix in some white and highlight the dark lines that you made. The stronger the contrast the deeper the wrinkles will look. You can add some age spots by splattering brown paint onto the face, and you can also paint some moles. Paint your eyebrows white or grey, and even your roots or all your hair if you want to! Painting on a beard or mustache can also be fun. Try to dress up to match your looks. Sweaters, scarves and hats will help turn the clock forward! Practice you old age walk and talk and have some fun taking a peak into the future.
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I hope you likes these ideas for staying busy while in quarantine. Keep having fun with your face paints and practice, practice, practice so when this is all over you can paint your friends that you haven't seen in awhile and have even more fun! If you think of any other really cool face painting ideas, games or crafts, let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org Take care everyone and thanks for your support during this challenging time! It really means so much to us and is helping us keep Jest Paint going! Virtual Hugs and Love!
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