Monday, August 30, 2010

Face Painting at Sheehy Ford of Ashland

I have been a very busy lady and I'm not complaining. I'm just not jotting everything down here on my blog like I should be doing. In between parties, family reunions and church events, I have been making the rounds at some public events.

I had a great time this past weekend at the Short Pump Mall. I was face painting at Dillard's for their Back to School celebration. It was fantastic.

This week I will be face painting on Friday, September 3rd from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. at Sheehy Ford Mercury of Ashland. They are having their big Labor Day Sales Event. Come on out for some fun!

The following are some other public events that I will be face painting at soon:

Senator Warner's Pig Roast, Sept. 11th, 12-4
Lake Land 'Or Harvest Festival, Oct. 2nd, 1-4
Fredericksburg Area Wine Festival, Oct. 9-10, 11-5
Fredericksburg First Night, Dec. 31st, 7-midnight

I hope to see you all soon.

Colleen Johnson
Fantasy Face Painting

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Face Painting at Parties, Competitions and More

I've met so many wonderful people while face painting throughout central Virginia. I'm happy to say that I've been very busy.

I've been face painting at corporate functions, family reunions, church functions, birthday parties, princess parties, subdivision events, summer camps, school plays and sports competitions just this month. It's been a blast.

Thank you to everyone. I've got the best job around!

You can find Fantasy Face Painting at both http://www.fantasyfacepainting.net/ and http://www.fantasyfacepainting.com/ now. I'm very excited about having both domains.

Colleen Johnson, Fantasy Face Painting

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

National Night Out Face Painting Fun


I had a blast up in Stafford, Virginia at the Highpointe HOA face painting for their National Night Out event. There was a nice family turn out, face painting, police cars, police dogs and fire trucks. I actually took a moment and snapped a great picture of two brothers with their mom's permission. One wanted to be a blue cat and the other was a puppy dog. They did inform me that they'd be chasing each other around later. The puppy dog nailed the "woof, woof" too. They were cute.


Colleen Johnson, Fantasy Face Painting