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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Wordless Wednesday on Tuesday: The Next Picasso?


Artist: Artemis, Age: 33-months,
Writing Implement: Dry-erase Crayon, Canvas: Carpet.

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23 comments:

  1. Oh dear!!! My lovely little picasso recently did this on my hardwood. Gotta love those cute little artists in the making. ;)

    - Nicole

    http://www.domesticatedmomma.com/2012/09/ww-multitasking-linky.html

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  2. You can't hold a budding artist back and I'm still laughing over your description...Canvas: Carpet lol

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  3. EEEK! The funny thing is, it really does look amazing! But oh my, I do not envy you trying to get it off!

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  4. Awww! I miss little kiddie art! My girls are so big now!

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  5. 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.)

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  6. NICE! cut it out and frame it :) Kidding! good luck getting it out.

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  7. lol! It is part of toddler hood, isn't it?

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  8. Oh no, I have some art on the carpet too.

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  9. oh no!! my Picaso used black Sharpie on the wall when he was 4... that was super awesome lol

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  10. We just got new carpet a few weeks ago. This has me worried, very worried!!
    At least you got a photo...

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  11. 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

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  12. Ohhh that's a bit funny! Hope that it came out :)

    Happy WW!
    Paula
    lifeasweknowitbypaula.blogspot.com

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  13. 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 :)

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  14. It looked like a good surface to use I guess! Kids are pretty creative at times!

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  15. lol oh my goodness...yes, I've had similar surfaces used as creative outlets by my kids *sigh* lol

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  16. Oh no!! The carpet?! Eek! Mommy needs a little drink
    After that.

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  17. Oh no. I would be furious yet I too would stop to take a picture.

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  18. Oh, dear! But it's those kind of memories that you'll look back on with a smile later...

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