In "Toolbox of Faith," a Tapestry of Faith program
Divide participants into groups of three to make their own clownish designs with face paints. Have a set of paints and supplies for each group. Invite them to look through examples, if you have brought some, and to sketch ideas on paper. Or they may wish to create as they go.
Participants may want to try hand painting, also known as making Charlie Chin Choppers. Instruct them to hold a thumb alongside their hand and draw lips where the thumb and forefinger meet. Add more facial features and then see if the hand face can manage a tongue twister or two. Try the classic "unique New York," or the absurd "girl gargoyle, guy gargoyle."
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Last updated on Wednesday, October 26, 2011.
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