My little man recently turned two and being the wild thing he is, we, of course, had a monster themed shindig; complete with a monster piñata, eyeball cookies, and one monsterifically messy cake. The highlight of the days festivities though was most definitely watching all the hordes of kids take their turn at the face painting table. Happy Faces Face Painting truly lives up to its name~face after face was transformed into hairy little beasts and the kids could not have been happier.
The magic behind the brush is Rebecca Dickinson, a children’s book author & illustrator who has extended her many talents into the world of face painting. Having spent a large part of her career in the kid teaching realm while simultaneously raising a small brood of her own, Rebecca is very comfortable around children. A skill which most definitely comes in handy with a posse of squirming, wiggly kids to paint.
I’ve been fortunate enough to witness her work quite a few times, whether for a birthday party, a business’s grand opening or even just for some Seahawks game day spirit. It’s a fun, bright way to bring a little extra festive cheer to any event. At our monster party, while the kids jostled for a turn to be next, Happy Faces Face Painting delivered. Face after darling face, whether covered in delicate pink lines or bold green stripes, they all came away happy and truly monsteriffic.
Rates start @ $50 an hour for private party
$75 an hour for corporate events
Happy faces always delivers with a grand smile. Well said, Alisha!