JINGLES AND TRICIA :: 2001-2011: NOW RETIRED!
|Character design and photo (c) Jingles and Tricia|
|Princess Crown face painting design: a little girl favorite! (c) 2013|
|A rascal of a Pirate, with beard stubble and scar (c) 2013|
|Tricia's fairy mirror is an enchanting addition to her face painting kit.|
|Kids often come back in line to get another design, on arm or face|
|This little girl wanted to be a Pink Girl Pirate (c) 2013|
|Monster Eye Design is also a Dragon Eye Design.|
|Darth Maul: Not a quick design!|
|All white. Wipes right off with water.|
|The REVEAL: My favorite part!|
|Arm "tattoos": A group of mini-skulls.|
Both boys and girls like these! (c) 2013
|My favorite sword to paint, inspired by another facepainter, Lisa Joy Young, on youtube.|
|Pirate and Tiger|
|Skulls are super-popular!|
|This simple Butterfly face is the most popular girls design (c) 2005|
|Balloon Hats by Jingles the Jester add to the fun. From our first year: 2001|
|The Puppy's red tongue makes kids smile. Painted in 2005|
|Shimmery golden tiger - the fast toddler version: circa 2003|
|At a School event for Water Park Day. Jingles and student.|
|Puppy Dog face can be for boys or girls too! (c) 2010|
|Jingles the Jester -- a non-scary clown for kids! (c) 2001-present.|
Now Retired from balloons, but still making costumed character appearances at events!
|MIME: full face design. (c) 2010|
|Butterfly: Some prefer arm designs|
|Darth Maul face painting from Star Wars movie inspiration. Painted 2011 I think. (c)|
This took me 45 minutes and is NOT something I can do at a birthday party with a line of kids waiting.
|Iron Man using pearlized paints for easier wash-off|
|Hot day! These boys were sweating and their paints were melting,|
but they still looked cute and had so much fun!
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