Besos, The Zoo
Oh dear!!! My lovely little picasso recently did this on my hardwood. Gotta love those cute little artists in the making. ;)- Nicolehttp://www.domesticatedmomma.com/2012/09/ww-multitasking-linky.html
You can't hold a budding artist back and I'm still laughing over your description...Canvas: Carpet lol
EEEK! The funny thing is, it really does look amazing! But oh my, I do not envy you trying to get it off!
Awww! I miss little kiddie art! My girls are so big now!
Oh I am definitely dreading that phase. I once taught my mom why you don't leave a toddler with a black crayon alone to answer the phone. I very proudly decorated the living room walls with circles. (My mom had been showing me how to do so prior.)
NICE! cut it out and frame it :) Kidding! good luck getting it out.
lol! It is part of toddler hood, isn't it?
oh noes, not the carpet!
Oh no, I have some art on the carpet too.
oh no!! my Picaso used black Sharpie on the wall when he was 4... that was super awesome lol
We just got new carpet a few weeks ago. This has me worried, very worried!!At least you got a photo...
Oh no... hope you got it out!
Wow! You are amazing :) I have a similar post (only Little One "painted" on my CREAM coloured curtains and sofa!), but my reaction wasn't like yours :) I know, serves me right for having cream coloured anything with a toddler around! :) lol
Ohhh that's a bit funny! Hope that it came out :)Happy WW!Paulalifeasweknowitbypaula.blogspot.com
Oh dear dry erase crayon on carpet.....but what can you do? Luckily we have hardwood and tile so most things come off pretty easily :)
It looked like a good surface to use I guess! Kids are pretty creative at times!
lol oh my goodness...yes, I've had similar surfaces used as creative outlets by my kids *sigh* lol
Oh no! Get out the magic eraser...
Oh no!! The carpet?! Eek! Mommy needs a little drinkAfter that.
Oh no. I would be furious yet I too would stop to take a picture.
Oh, dear! But it's those kind of memories that you'll look back on with a smile later...