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Having a collage display of your face painting work can really come in handy at parties. The kids can take a look at examples ...
then show you what they want. Kathleen Wright shows you two kinds of displays, both easy and economical to make.
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How to Create a Collage for Your Face Painting Work
On behalf of TVLesson.com, I'm Kathleen Wright. I'm a face painter with HennaParties.com. In this clip, I'm going to show you guys how you can start by making a really quick collage even if you're just doing for your family or friends. This one I did really quickly. These are some designs that I found online and some photographs and stuff that I did. I paste them all up on this fumble which you can get staples or whatever. I covered it and I pretty much just put a clear coning and this one is ready. I did some bigger ones that sometimes but this one is kind of cute and small and it’s easy to carry with you. You can put it up on the couch while you’re working. So the kids can see a couple different ideas.
And then, this is one that I used for my work which is a little more professional looking. I bought a frame. I bought this from Plexi. So it’s not heavy and it doesn’t break. And it just gives a really good nice impression. This is version that I did which is a little more professional because I bought an actual frame from this Plexi. I just popped out the back and I used the paper that it came with inside and I paste it up a whole collage. So I change it around all time but it gives a little more professional look than the film board. If you want to go to the next step, you can do something like that and it’s quick and easy. You can do it pretty quickly.
On behalf of TVLesson.com, I'm Kathleen Wright. Thanks for watching today.