RBC Race for the Kids Arts and Crafts Tent

Welcome to the RBC Race for the Kids 2020 Arts and Crafts Tent. Here, you'll find all things you need to get crafty and make your race weekend look as good as possible. So string up the bunting, crack open the face paint and get race ready!

Have a great time and remember to share all of your race weekend pictures with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #RBCRacefortheKids.

What's in the Arts and Crafts Tent?

  • A make your own bunting pack to help you decorate your start and finish lines.
  • Activity sheets to keep all the members of your race team occupied.
  • A print-out social media photo frame to make your photos look the part.
  • Amazing PJ Masks face painting tutorials to help you look and feel like a superhero.

Make Your Own Bunting

Download your make your own bunting pack here (.pdf) (646.4 KB)

and string up your creations to make your race route look the part!

Activity Sheets

Download our fun-filled activity pack (.pdf) (1.2 MB)

and keep little hands busy on race day.

"I Race Because..." Photo Frame

Download our 'I race because..." photo frame (.pdf) (145.7 KB)

and fill it in with details about why you're taking part. Then, use it in your race day photos to make them stand out from the crowd!

Face Painting Tutorials

What’s a festival without some face painting! We’ve worked with our partners Entertainment One to bring you some special PJ Masks face painting tutorials. Who will you be – Catboy, Owlette or Gekko? We also want to say a big thank you to a very talented GOSH mum Laxmi for putting her creative skills to use for the videos.
What you’ll need:

  • Paint brushes – one inch brush, and angled brush and a thin line brush
  • A small sponge
  • Face paint – white, black, blue (for Catboy), red or pink (for Owlette) and green (for Gekko). You can also use dotted/mermaid stencils if you have them. If you have one stroke face paint with combined colours then this would be best, but alternatively you can use different tones of blue, red and green to create the two-tone effect.