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  1. Tweets that mention How To: Fourth of July Face Painting -- Topsy.com

    […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Blue Cricket Design. Blue Cricket Design said: RT @BabyBox: How To: Fourth of July Face Painting: Here’s a fun way to spice up your Fourth of July celebration. Instead of spe… http://bit.ly/cfKqBS […]

  2. Stefanie
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    What a fun activity to celebrate. Happy 4th to everyone!

  3. The 10 Commandments of Happy Tailgating
    The 10 Commandments of Happy Tailgating at

    […] 4. Thou shalt beware of vendors. Unless you enjoy dropping a lot of cash, beware of trinkets, gear, drinks, and party fare around the parking lot. Swing by your local party store ahead of time for less expensive decorations, and bring your own paints for face painting. (See our tutorial here.) […]

  4. Super Ideas for Sunday’s Party
    Super Ideas for Sunday’s Party at

    […] Everybody loves to show team spirit on game day, so grab some simple poster paints and let your guests decorate their faces (or bellies). It’s a great way to keep the kids entertained, […]

  5. 11 Kid-Friendly Fourth of July Crafts… DIY Fun for All Ages! - The Fun Times Guide to Stamping and Scrapbooking

    […] simple designs — like small stars, USA, and bursts of fireworks — kids can probably paint them on their friends’ faces, with a little guidance. For […]

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