Decorate Yourself: Cool Designs for Temporary Tattoos, Face Painting, Henna & More

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 96 pages
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Have Lots of fun face and body painting to decorate yourself or make-believe, to play dress-up with a costume or take part in a play. Feel what it's like to prowl around as a wild animal or to be mysterious in an incredible disguise. Or impress your friends with a super-cool temporary tattoo and look totally fabulous with nail art. Anyone can make hundreds of painted designs using some simple supplies and the patterns and pictures for you to copy here. Imagine you're a clown. You know, with big lips and eyebrows, a red nose, and a few freckles? Now picture yourself as a proud riger. You have big black stripes across your cheeks and eyebrows, long whiskers, and fangs coming out of your mouth. Ahoy, matey! This time you're a pirate. You've got a scraggly beard and some really scary scars. And don't forget the eye patch! It's also neat to paint a design on your face or some other part of your body. Is that a turtle crawling up your arm? And how did you get that rose on your cheek?

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Andrich has a bachelor of fine arts degree from the University of Manitoba as well as a teacher's certificate. He taught art in the public school system for many yars but now devotes all his time to art pursuits.

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