Eek! That's quite the little artist you have! I will never forget the time my son drew all over my MIL's brand new leather couches with a ball point pen.
Yikes! Time to break out the Magic Eraser! When I see stuff like that I'm glad Kayla hates to draw, LOL.
OMG! Too funny!
OMG! That is really too funny! OK-not so funny! You captured it just so perfect! I love it!
OH my mom would be so mad, but she would be taking pictures too:)
LOL Oh little Payton, you sweet girl, you could so be my child!
Oh no! Was it a sharpie?!
My jaw is totally on the floor. Whoa.
lol! Okay, some practical tips... On the cloth furniture (do the covers come off to wash?) you can use hair spray or bug spray to help get rid of the ink - also grapefruit seed extract but you will want to do the entire settee - just add a teaspoon of it to a litre of water in a bowl and use a cloth to clean it - use the hair spray first, though.On the walls... Well, if it isn't a gloss surface you can also use bug spray or hair spray but they could cause damage to gloss so try it on an inconspicuous spot first. On the gloss surface you can use the GSE and water but rinse it afterwards.I hope this helps lol! Not sure how to remove it from the little monkey! lol!Lu
GASP!!!!!!!!! I am now going to throw every writing utensil in my house away!!!! That is SOOOO something Koby would do! UGH!!!!
So......exact same thing happened here Thursday and Sunday! Julia colored in her entire face in blue, non-washable marker. My neighbor has the pictures- I'll send them when she emails me. Sunday am Rich comes upstairs and said Julia had gone down stairs, taken her clothes off, colored herself in, and then drew stripes all over the couch. We need to get these two together- they think alike!!!
Yeah, it at least happens here! Magic Eraser has nothing on my kids! only 8 coats of paints covered the marker on the wall. It was 'washable' marker even! Right now there is red marker on our couch that Ike decided to do over the weekend. Good luck getting it all clean!
Oh no!!!! That gets my heart racing! Hope some of these tips work for you, I'm going to keep this in mind for when my little artists attack.
the first thing that the seller of a leather coach to my FIL said was ink will not remove, and guess what , Elias had so much fun drawing circles.well, was his new drawing techinique so the leather was almost framed hahagotta love miss payton
it could have been bright pink nail polish or fire engine red tempra paint...Caelia is more into color for her artwork...But don't they look cute when they get caught?
I think that artist lives here too! Yes it has happened in our lives and ashamed to admit more than once!! Of course it has been varying levels of artistry some more covering more territory than others! As for removal from the monkey I put mine in a bath and after soaking for a while I used rubbing alcohol on a a cotton ball and then dipped that body part immediately in the water to rinse! After bath slathered with lotion!Worked like a charm
Holy smokes! She is quite an artist.
holy sh*t!!! did it come out?????she looks quite pleased with herself!
I feel your pain and I'm laughing along, too. (Only with Molly it wasn't ink. She got her "art supplies" from her diaper. I seriously think I blacked out when I saw it!)-Crystal
our toddlers got ahold of an ink pen and drew all over our pale sage green leather chair. guess what? it completely faded and disappeared over time. it's in a bright sunny room - i'm not sure if that had anything to do with it. so sorry about all the clean up ahead.
Yikes! I better keep a close eye on Victoria when she gets this age! Ha!
Okay, I have to admit that I laughed really hard at these pics, I know, because it wasn't my house right? But yes I think everybody goes through it at least once!!!
OH MY!!! But she is a cute little culprit.....
I showed my husband the pictures one by one....and with each picture he said..."oh no"... "oh no"..."oh no"...Aghhhh...the joys of parenthood!!! :)Your family is absolutely adorable...I have checked in on you many times and will be following your journey as you bring your little Addison home!Blessings,Cheri and family (in Long Beach, CA)