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|Posted on 28 May, 2017 at 5:10||comments (435)|
Did you know you can buy stencils from us? We have been producing Company Logos, Event Designs etc for over 5 years. With so many of our clients asking for bespoke stencils we have decided to add to our site.
Stencils can be in any size up to 12inches wide and 12inches deep. We can design one for you or you can send us a Jpeg of what you are looking for. Make sure the design is licensed to use.
All stencils are adhesive backed and can be used 2 or 3 times. They can stick to skin, walls and fabric. Can be used for airbrush, painting and decorating, cake making, facepainting, tattoos and T shirt printing.
For prices please contact us direct [email protected]
|Posted on 13 August, 2015 at 5:38||comments (326)|
Charities Wanting Face Painters For Free!
Got this enquiry today. Can you see what is wrong with it? The event is happening on Halloween. But they are calling it their Christmas Fair. Halloween - one of the only dates of the year facepainters get the chance to actually earn some money.....
"We are looking for a face painter who can attend the Christmas Fair and offer face painting for our guests. There would be a charge of £250 for the table hire and this would include having flyers on our sponsor table and ************** would help to promote you amongst their discerning ********parents. Any fee for face painting would be donated to charity. We expect well over 250 through the door on the day, as the event starts at 10am and finishes at 6pm".
So let me get this straight. A face painter is needed to work for 9 hours, fork out £250 and then give all the money they earn to the charity??? hmmmmm!!!!
|Posted on 26 March, 2013 at 11:51||comments (188)|
Press ReleaseAirbrush Tattoos 26 March 2013
Tattoos used to be for Rock Stars, bikers and musicians. Now our sports personalities are getting TATS, latest being Lionel Messi with his sons hands tattooed on his leg. This year also saw Wimbledon tennis players give us a glimpse of what was under their tennis whites. What if you could have a tattoo that looks like the real thing? Your design and no pain? Cheryl Cole’s Roses which could have been removed after the Girls Aloud tour? Temporary airbrush tattoos are being used more and more as a “try before you buy”. Getting your own design inked, gives customers the chance to truly feel the excitement of have a TAT. They last for days, even after you shower. They are safe, waterproof and non-toxic. Strawberry Studios are now offering a temporary airbrush tattoo that can be applied with your scent. Think Chanel logo with the aroma of perfume? Julie Android of Strawberry Studio said, the idea came from “scratch and sniff”.
A creative idea for promotional branding, TAT’s are the ultimate in creating awareness. A strong marketing tool, which draws crowds at trade fairs, exhibition, parties and events. Companies looking to leave a lasting impression are choosing Temporary Airbrush Tattoos. A walk in tattoo parlour will be set up at some of the UK’s prestigious events. Football badges as tattoos will be at some of the largest sporting events in 2013. Human branding was once used as a form of torture during the middle ages.
A considerable less painful version is now considered a form of body art, a walking advertisement which has a lasting impression! Usually up to 5 days! With a whole host of our favourite celebs already covered in body art, the new trend is for a more temporary, less painful version. Gaultier called it his “extensions of the fabric” when his models paraded down the Spring 2012 catwalk showing temp tattoos.
TAT’s are applied, in minutes, by airbrushing ink on to a re-useable stencil, which is previously laser cut from the design. In the case of Messi and his sons hands. An image is captured, traced and laser cut into a re-useable stencil. Strawberry Studio has over 400 different designs. They will attend your party or event as part of the entertainment.
Unlike henna, they can also be removed instantly with alcohol Strawberrystudioart.co.uk You will find Julie Android this coming Friday 29 and Saturday 30 April, giving free tattoos with the scent of Paco Rabanne Black XS in Debenhams, Birmingham Bull Ring Centre
|Posted on 9 January, 2013 at 8:06||comments (231)|
Would you like to learn how to start an Airbrush Tattoo business? How to use an airbrush gun? What are the best compressors to use? How do you make stencils?
Strawberry Studio will be holding a training day on Saturday 26th January 2013 in London. For more information contact us on [email protected]
|Posted on 10 September, 2012 at 11:05||comments (209)|
I am now making "Thistle Stencils" for your Scottish events! We have just come out of everything "London" and "Jubilee" where my crown and Royal Family Silhouette tattoos went down a storm at events and parties all over London. Now we are heading for Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games! Would love to hear your ideas around what Scottish tattoos I can make?
|Posted on 2 September, 2012 at 18:07||comments (127)|
It has taken me over a year to find out how to make my own stencils, with which material and with which cutting machines......I have now mastered this and have been busy making and designing tattoos for my clients!
|Posted on 28 April, 2012 at 10:19||comments (109)|
|Posted on 28 April, 2012 at 10:13||comments (79)|
Yes thats right..temporary airbrush tattoos can now be sprayed with the scent of your product. The first product launch will be for Paco Rabanne at Debenhams stores. His and hers ink will have the scent of the wonderful BlackXS perfume for men and women. The tattoo ink when dry locks in the scent even after washing. It is truly amazing. A logo tattoo with the scent is definately a must at any new product launch!! Have a look here
|Posted on 12 April, 2012 at 5:55||comments (177)|
How long have Temporary Airbrush Tattoos been around?
Temporary airbrush tattoos have been in existence since about 1998 and are largely used in marketing, advertising and the entertainment industry. Because of the constant research and development of airbrush equipment and inks, airbrush tattoos today so closely resemble real tattoos that many people cannot tell the difference
|Posted on 5 January, 2012 at 9:01||comments (174)|