Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Migration Celebration at San Bernard National Wildlife Refuge: Face Painting

Migration Celebration at San Bernard National Wildlife Refuge in Brazoria, Texas is a weekend of families spending time outside in nature. There are guided hikes; kayak rides; a butterfly tent; live turtles, snakes and alligators; nature exhibits; food; and more. I spent the weekend painting animals on faces. Here are some of the seventy-five faces I painted over the two day event. 

Can you find my face among these? (Hint: I'm the only grownup.) Can you identify what animals I painted? Which animal face paintings do you like the best?

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  1. Ha! I can see you! :)
    I like the frog, the cat, the butterfly.....anyway, I like them all!
    My best regards from Romania!

  2. Deb,

    How fun! All those cute little painted faces. :)

  3. Oh, how beautiful! You can see how much fun the children have! And so great pictures in their faces, I am thrilled!

  4. I love the foxes and butterflies, and the ones that arc around one eye--snakes and lizards and what-not. You did a great job!

  5. Oh, how fun! The kids face paintings are adorable and so is the lone adult :)

  6. Wonderful! I love all of them (and yes, I spotted you!).

  7. Darling, darling kids...I mean bugs/birds/animals/


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