Belly Casting, Bellycasting | Mehndi Madness

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Mehndi Madness Belly Casting

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Mehndi Madness offers Belly Casting and wants to help you celebrate your pregnancy!

You are busy focusing on the amazing changes going on inside and it can be easy to forget that the outside is beatiful too!  A belly casting gives you a piece of memory that not even pictures can capture.

Sometimes all the modern advances that make being pregnant easier can seem to overwhelm your prenancy itself!  Belly Casting and Henna are lovely, creative and ancient ways to give you a chance to focus on, and later remember, this very special time.

 

"I helped a friend make a bellymask several years ago. Boy, do I wish we had your directions then! They would have saved us a lot of frustration and time. The bellymask I recently made using your kit came out much nicer, stronger and with your written guidance, we easily included the hands and arms. It is sooooo beautiful! Thank You!" -- Jolene, from Maryland

 

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I love the look of the bellymasks with the mother's arms wrapped around her belly embracing her baby. Is there enough plaster in the kit to do this?

I've read some directions in a book. Can't I just follow those?

I want to send the do-it-yourself directions to a friend, but don't want to pay postage twice. Will you send it to her?

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