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Face Painting & Balloon Twistingby an Experienced Wife & Husband Team.Local Family Business. personalized Service.Be Comfortable Knowing Who to Expect at Your Event.We Always Follow Safe Work Practices & Only Book Ourselves.Patient with Young Children.
Like a favorite uncle who knows how to make cool stuff with balloons, John is extremely patient and kind with children. Aware of a child's brief attention span, he works to keep the line moving, while doing his best to give everyone a personal experience.
John has found that asking a child, "Can I make you a balloon", opens the dialogue and helps the child to relax. He makes sure the child doesn't feel pressured by him. He knows that this can be an important moment in their life and he wants it to be a positive experience. Younger, more timid kids respond well to this method and often become John's best repeat customer at a birthday party or event.
Never wanting to disappoint, John adjusts his work according to the event and won't make anything for one child that he doesn't have time to make for everyone, since they frequently want what their friends have.
When time allows, John isn't a "one-balloon-per-person" kind of guy. Kids are told that they can have as many balloon animals, hats, flowers or whatever they'd, as long as they take turns and use nice manners. By making quicker designs it's easy to make a replacement when the inevitable pops happen.
It can be dangerous for young children when they attempt to blow up balloons with their mouths. In order to not set a bad example, only compressed air and manual pumps are used to inflate balloons. These methods are also more sanitary.
When painting faces Sharon asks, "What Would You Like to Be?", as she gently talks kids through the process of becoming the animal or fantasy character of their choice. She asks them to help create their design by choosing their favorite colors of paint and glitter. This leads to the magical moment when she holds up the mirror to reveal what they have become.
Her full faces are the most popular, but Sharon also does designs on cheeks, hands and arms. It is amazing how quickly Sharon can paint and still impress. As part of her safe work practices, Sharon uses only clean supplies with each person she paints. She works fast, limiting contact to about 2 to 3 minutes. Her paints are all made for use on the face and wash off with soap and water.
We have face painted and twisted balloons at every type of event including...
- Block Parties
- Fund Raisers
- Open Houses
- School Picnics
- Holiday Parties
- Birthday Parties
- Daycare Centers
- Grand Openings
- Corporate Events
- Church Functions
- Community Events
- Customer Appreciation
Face Painting and Balloon Art are Kid Magnets. Families are Drawn to Wherever We are Located.
Serving the entire Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas Area.
Including...Plano, Frisco, Keller, Denton, Coppell, Southlake, Colleyville, Grapevine, Trophy Club, Flower Mound, Irving, Arlington, McKinney, Allen and the Surrounding Area.
We Meet the nicest people!
We really had a fabulous time yesterday at the party. The work you all did was amazing and exceeded our expectations . Thank you so much for being so accommodating and so friendly. You made our little girl's first birthday a memorable one. Thanks again! CS - Hurst
- We absolutely loved having you both! All of the kids and parents are in awe of the work you both do! Y'all are certainly a pleasure to work with and we look forward to having you back next year! Thank you so much TJ - Grapevine
- Thank you so much!!! Everything was fabulous! The kids had so so much fun with the balloons and painting. I will definitely recommend you to others. MS - Southlake
- Thank you for the amazing face painting and balloons. The kids enjoyed it! Thank you and your husband for making that day special for my boys; We appreciate it. AA - Duncanville
- We highly recommend the Kimbrels! They do amazing work and are so patient with the kids. Their work is so good the adults at our party wanted their faces painted and requested balloons, too! Angela C.