Thank you to one of my favorite store’s, Pottery Barn Kids for sponsoring this post and giving us more adorable inspiration for Halloween!
We have been talking a lot about Halloween lately! We have done crafts like our Boo Sign, Pumpkin Topiaries, and our Creepy Candy Buffet. We have done a few spooky treats like these Easy Spider Web Pizzas, Halloween Cupcake Toppers, and Pumpkin Cookies. And of course, we have included some costumes like the Easy Audrey Hepburn, Infant Mermaid, and of course our Little Astronaut with DIY Jetpack!
Our DIY Jetpack has been so popular we are following up with a second post about how to jazz up your Pottery Barn Kids costume, this time with some awesome face painting templates.
To compliment their fun collection of Halloween costumes, Pottery Barn Kids has partnered with Rachel Faucett of Handmade Charlotte, a vintage scout and mom of five who loves designs for kids. She’s created adorable face painting templates inspired by a few of Pottery Barn Kids’ Halloween costumes. Check out her step by step guides to complete your magical and memorable Halloween costume.
What adorable ideas! What I love most is that Rachel uses regular things from the make up aisle to achieve these looks, no messy paint needed. Then she gives you step by step using basic shapes so even someone like me, who can’t draw to save their life, can still create some pretty amazing artwork!
You can find the templates under each image within the blog post under “What you need”. They are free and easy to download.
See the step by step directions and download your free templates here!
I hope you love these and all of the Pottery Barn Kids inspiration as much as I do! Head on over to download your template today!
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