Did you know that although Hennah art can inspire a beautiful painted mason jar craft, it should not be applied to the skin?
Apparently it's a gateway tattoo. Anyone getting a hennah tatt puts themselves at risk for future anchors, mermaids and boyfriend names imprinted on their birthday suits.
If that should happen, this poor person has set themselves up for a life of ridicule, poverty and scorn.
Also if as a mother you don't just allow, but actually apply..... by your very hand.... said tattoos you are unfit and should be judged, shamed and called to repentance for bad parenting.
I'm telling you this now so that you don't find out after you've painted your daughters with hennah paste.
Soooooooo, in the future when my girls are covered in tattoos, completely un-empoloyable, starving and cold (as all tattoed people are) please take pity on them. Afterall, it was their mom's fault!
PS: The above project is a pink, spray painted mason jar. The detailing was then painted with white acrylic, sealed and coated in glitter. It isn't holding anything yet and I have no idea what I'll do with it. It was just fun to make!