My teenage daughter is going to be Medusa for Halloween this year. Yesterday I showed you how to make Medusa’s Snake Headband. Today I’ve brought you a Medusa Face Painting Tutorial using Tulip Body Art with my secret to getting that scaly look for Medusa. Let’s get started!
Do you know the myth of Medusa? She thought she was more beautiful than anyone in the world, including Athena, the goddess of wisdom and beauty. To punish her, Athena turned her into a monster with the body of a snake and her hair into snakes. Anyone who looked in her eyes, including if Medusa looked at herself in a reflection, would immediately turn to stone. (more…)
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I love Halloween and part of that is making my own decorations and costumes. I can’t remember the last time my kids had store bought costumes. It’s such a fun creative outlet for me to challenge myself, and this year is no exception.
All three of my kids have finally settled on costumes. My youngest is going to be a crazy cat lady. My middle son is going to be Gandalf the White (he INSISTS on being the white version). And, my teenager has settled on Medusa (with a lot of shameless prodding from me). (more…)
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Miss Em started wearing glasses in 7th grade, and soon after she was begging for contacts. I was scared to let her make the move from glasses to contacts. My former sister-in-law had several eye infections, and at one point she had both eyes patched and was unable to do much of anything, all because of her contacts. Last year in 9th grade we decided to let her try contacts.
She received a great education from the nurse at her ophthalmologist. She really took to contacts easily and quickly. Even the nurse was impressed. She doesn’t wear them full time, but now a year later, she’s completely comfortable with her contacts. (more…)