Bumpy art sets new trend.
The two-hour-plus process involves painting pictures from a range of ideas - or the Mum's own ideas - and a professional photo-shoot to preserve the event.
(The reporter) was curious to know what kind of people want to invite a stranger to paint on such a personal, and special, part of their body.
"Anyone who wants a nice memento," said Erica.
"At the end of the day I think we should celebrate births and bumps.
"Body painting has always been around, but more people are picking up on this type of body painting now and it's becoming more mainstream.
"I want to offer it as a service to pregnant women. It's a little bit different and it's nice for mums-to-be because it's a chance for them to sit back and relax."
The artist's website