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When life gives you lemons....
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[Mindy Tate McCollister] - Reminds me of the show "Bad Ink". Great idea.
[Amy Radford] - Mine would look more like the kids art than the beautiful piece.
[Patricia Hadder Scott] - Heather Hawkins....
[Diego Astorga] - Kids drawings on the walls are already a beautiful art!
[Melissa Taylor] - Kids colored on wall...it's already beautiful art
[Joan Mullen Spilman] - Then they will want to color on it more! Lol I agree with Diego
[Emily McDaniel Ramay] - Pretty, but it might send the message that it's OK to draw in the walls.
[Sara Elmore] - so by doing that you essentially teach your child it is okay to.....better to have them clean or help fix it
[Toine Geraets] - It was a very large kid...
[Miriam Righter] - If I was that talented, I would! chalkboard paint is a great alternative. You can make your own with non-sanded grout.
[Pascal Jalabert] - Start with a good bollocking, straight to bed no dinner.
Then make him clean up.
[Nancy Peltzer] - I did that years ago, a scribble turned into a man smoking a pipe. NOW to try to explain why it's not scribbling when mommy draws on the wall...
[Melissa Taylor] - They are only walls...let the artistic talents flow.
[Darren Grayshon] - the pen thieving slug did it, honest dad.... Yeah Right, Whatever....
[Deborah Jeffrey King] - wow, baby wipe may have removed it though
[Melissa Taylor] - Spanking and slapping just teaches kids that if you don't like what someone is doing and you think it is wrong then it is ok to hit them. That right there is wrong.
[MrsShawn Mary Kay Dixon] - Jillian, Felicia & Sherle...here's a good reason for Kadence to color on the walls! :)
[Elizabeth Brown] - It was beautiful art before you covered it up :)
[Susi Crews Kaster] - What if the kid's scribble has more artistic ability than anything you can do?
[Kacy Townsend] - Kids color on the wall= they lose crayons/markers for awhile and they can scrub it off.
[Judy L. Morris Hoffman] - This would be me.
[Colleen Beavers] - No way thats the same
[Stephanie Spence Gordon] - Just in case, Amanda....good idea!! ;)
[Willow Forrestall] - Walls are a blank canvas just paint them before you sell the house ;)
[Alan Hendrickson] - I think I'd give my kids a wall to draw on.
[Tracey Potter] - Oh dear god, when did this become.a forum for spanking/not spanking. Some people!
[Tammy R Williams Coblentz] - Hey Ada Bradham look at this you could've did this when little man colored on your wall LOL
[Linda Garens] - I am not sure most landlords would approve of either "art", but this is most certainly an option if you own your own home, or have the landlords permission to do so.
[Christine Irish Lawless] - It was art to begin with.
[Donna Hart] - I could never get too mad at my children when they drew on the walls because they learned it from me. From the time they were babies i was drawing & painting in their walls (Winnie the Pooh, Thomas the Tank Engine, or the garden room I did for my daughter when she was 3). It just took them a while to learn when it was OK to draw in walls & when it was not.
[Jeanine Yellman] - Or teach them not to draw on the walls.....
[Donna Hart] - *on (twice! Oy!)
[Becky Reedy McClellan] - I think the kids art is best!
[Charli Gentry] - Looks like a future muralist.
[Tammy Cantrell] - I like the one on left better
[Lisa McDonald] - Rebekah - not sure why but I'm thinking u would like this idea!
[Melissa Taylor] - One comment about it does not make it a forum. Just an opinion.
[Cari Hamner] - The new art is not my taste. It's disgusting, but that's besides the point. A parent doesn't work hard to pay $100,000+ for a home, and to keep it nice. Would you get upset if someone else drew on your walls? Yes, because it is considered as graffiti. Teach the child to not draw on walls and make them help you fix it now. It would be better now then later when they never learned to not deface property.
[Sanne Nørgaard Larsen] - Or leave the beautiful art your kid made?! ;-)
[Nikki Warren] - Cortny Warren-Tillison here you go, cause I'm pretty sure Peyton will a few times :)) lol
[Michelle E Risner] - Wow! Who did the art?
[Maura Hurley] - i even like the kidart
[Rebecca Gates Hatten] - The art is beautiful. But children grow up too fast. I'd let the child have that area of the wall to do their own art. Then take pictures for great memories down the line. My kid is 42 now and I have a picture of a Volkswagen he drew when he was little. I love that picture...with him standing next to it... very proud. Life's too short.
[Portia Jenkins] - I let my kids draw on our walls for years until their little hearts were content. Amazing artwork! I did tracings of some of them before we repainted and photos of all of it. Our entire living space was decorated from the floor up to about 2 ft. We embraced their creativity and encouraged it!! They have since grown out of it and no, they haven't gone on to become delinquents.
[Anastasia Smith] - You can use magic eraser. This is exactly why I bought my daughter an easel at the age of 2. She's five now, I've yet to clean the walls of art.
[Cherie Unsworth] - When my daughter was little and I caught her drawing on the wall, I went to the art store and bought a roll of paper and lined my hallway with it, attached a box of crayons to the wall. It was the best idea, she loved it. I still have some of her drawings 18 yrs later.
[Deborah Likens Christy] - At one place I lived in we had a half wall dividing the kitchen and living area. I bought markers and invited the grands and their parents to come draw on the wall. It was funny because everyone was hesitant to put anything on it! Eventually we got the wall covered and it was really a cool fun addition!
[Jennifer Thacher Brand] - Not sure if I could have done this many many yrs ago when my daughter was 4 and she took a handful of crayons and began large circles on the wall in many colors all at once lol what a mess
[Linda Wyssling Schärer] - I like the kid art. It is so abstract..
[Angie Ramsey] - pretty, but doesn't that teach the child its ok to color on the wall?
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[Wendy Jansen] - Or dont have kids :P (no I dont want them) I mean you dont need a kid to make this kinda things though it is a creative solution :)
[Amy Augustyniak] - Same here Wendy! Lol.
[Darrell A. Frazier] - Christina Fowler
[Natalie Bursig] - nothing wrong with a bit of child artwork though ......we can use moments like this to feed little ones minds and if you don't like wallls being used ....give them paper !!!!!!
[Kasey Perron] - My sons have developmental issues and wall art is an ongoing issue...I wish I could just make a mural of their room lol but we rent
[Kasey Perron] - Instead of hitting your kid,why don't you try actually watching them and then dealing with the consequences of your own shortcomings?
[Samantha Biotch] - If u did this it would be over done I just try to get it out
[Melanie Sturn] - we used to put paper on the wall for little scribbler!
[Nick Elmore] - Morgan Partees Harder Now I'm not so worried about Rhy's habit of drawing.. Because I know u could fix it like this!
[Nick Elmore] - Morgan Partees Harder
[Jamie Berry-Phanthourath] - They have black board paint u can do a whole wall in their room and give them chalk
[Use What You Have Interiors] - Use what you have.
[Joy DeHart Thomas Ayers] - I am not that good of an artist, my child would have to work hard to clean it off or something.
[Jody Dean] - Coreen - For 'one of your friends'
[Judy Iverson] - How tall is this kid anyways?!?
[Judith Wallis] - yeah, the landlord will love it...NOT!
[Cathy Franzosa] - oh too late. i washed it off with mr clean eraser.
[Donald Gray] - I love Mr. Clean erasers
[Betty Flynn] - I definitely need to remember this!
[Sharyn Doutt] - I thought it was a remedy for a botched tattoo!
[Kandi George] - Wish I would have thought of that when my kids did this years ago!
[Angelia Dawsey] - I would have to paint!
[John Wilkey] - why don't the door knobs line up? hmmm fishy
[Suzan Niemi] - Funny how "Graffiti becomes Art"!
[Teresa Kensinger] - I think it's better left as is!
[Anne Carroll] - Oh to be that creative!
[Cindy Grelis Clayton] - The one on the left is a close up. The corner of the window "doesn't line up either". It's just taken from a different angle.
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