As awesome as this trend is, there are so many things that can go wrong with belly art, such as tacky ideas and bad quality paints. But there are ways when you can use the right things and make that mommy's belly look amazing.
Now, you might be thinking that only celebrities like Mariah Carey or others may be fueling the painted belly trend, but that's not the case. Every day moms are on board with this trend too. For some moms, a beautiful bump is a blank canvas just waiting to be painted with amazing, hilarious, or downright adorable designs. And believe me, everyone has their own ideas to let their bellies be painted with colors and things they love.
Have a laugh or get inspired to create your own belly art with these pictures that I've gathered of the painted bellies. If you are looking at showcasing your own belly, please gain some tasteful inspiration from the following rundown that I just couldn't help but share.
Belly Art has become a popular trend for parents-to-be. You can hire a professional artist and get them to use their artistic brilliance to capture your emotions of what's to come. These two birds are so beautifully painted on the bump that you can't resist having one on you on your pregnancy days.
My personal favorite is the ultrasound scan being painted across the belly. Indeed one of the toughest thing to draw.
The more the babies, the larger the bump. The larger the bump, the exotic and beautiful the painting on it.
These ideas of combining your belly art with an underwater shoot and a UV painted tribalesque photoshoot are mesmerizing.
Once the painting is complete and the photo-shoot is in process, get your partner and kids to interact with the creativity that's spilled on your bump. Mandatory kissing-the-belly pictures are an adorable way of telling the little one inside "We can't wait for you."
I love this colourful concept of painting those two bunnies on the bump for the twins.
Remember as a kid, swallowing a watermelon seed meant you would soon be growing a watermelon in your belly? Thankfully you're growing a baby in there, but by week 40 he will be the size of a watermelon, so have some fun by having your bump painted to look like one.
Getting your bump, this kind of flawless baby painted is just perfect. An artist can do it better.
You can have the whole world in your hands with this pregnancy art option that conjures up thoughts of beautiful Mother Earth.
Ward off feelings of jealousy about the new baby by letting your big kids have some fun with your belly. In later years, they'll love showing their younger sibling pictures they painted on mom's belly when he was still in it!
Pregnancy art doesn't just have to be for laughs. For a more serious look, try having what your baby actually looks like painted on your belly.
Just because you got pregnant in the winters doesn't mean you have to keep your baby bump hidden. Use frosty as inspiration for the festive belly art.
Is it a boy? Or is it a girl? Only the magic ball knows. Try this painted magic 8 ball belly when you are to announce your baby.
If you're not feeling artistic but still want something on the belly art, try temporary paints. Lots of companies design temporary tattoos specifically for pregnant women.
As can be seen clearly, 'a painted mom in the moon' belly looks unmatched with anything.
That's all folks!
Artist: Premama body paint
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