photo attached to email:
Yikes! I don't know what you do about that. My advice would be to call Stanley Steamer.
Is she banned for life from crayons?
Son's reply to me:
She apparently just trying out different mediums:
crayon on paper
crayon on painted wall (eggshell finish)
crayon on carpet (medium pile)
My reply to him:
Apparently, we have another artist in the family.....an experimental artist.
Isn't this cute? Paybacks are rough.ReplyDelete
oops! she is the artist.ReplyDelete
Uh oh! :)ReplyDelete
Giggle yep another budding artist.ReplyDelete
A few paper towels and an iron will rid that carpet of its masterpiece!!!
lesson here: when they are quiet never, ever assume they are just sitting and looking at a picture book.ReplyDelete
Oh boy.. I remember a pot of dark green paint on a deep pile light gray carpet. It's a rite of passage.ReplyDelete
Aw, but it is so cute though.;) It reminds me of my little sister, that apparently drew a whole masterpiece on the wall beneath her baby cot. When we were moving and the cot was removed, the wall was riddled with abstract drawings in multitude of colours.;))ReplyDelete
Oops! That can't be good! :-) DaveReplyDelete
I actually was about to suggest the paper towel and iron trick.ReplyDelete
Living with an artist can be trying....
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I love that your son took a photo and sent it to you!!ReplyDelete
Save those creations to sell ... she's an artist!ReplyDelete
When we moved out of our previous house, after the furniture was emptied from the living room, we discovered our daughter had drawn a huge mural behind the floor length curtains. With markers.ReplyDelete
Oh no ... that must have been a shock to see! Glad your son handled it in good humor.ReplyDelete
It's genetic! Oh my stars - poor parents to clean that up. ha haReplyDelete
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