I LOVE Mr. Clean erasers! I can't believe how handy they are for a gazillion uses!
I reminded my children often to draw on paper not walls or furniture or their hands. I started keeping a spot with good paper and scratch paper they could use to draw on in an effort to save the walls.
Oh! Your little artist is too cute to help "erase" his works of art!Hmmm... a budding wall muralist, perhaps?Blessings & aloha!(Our family moved with the military quite a bit, but at one of our homes, when ours were little, I had planned to paint one wall with the chalkboard paint. So they could "create" to their hearts content, but then we ended up moving again. Now they are all grown, so maybe I'll have to do that for future grandkids :o)
Good for you to "help" him clean up. I have a few grimy toddler sized hand prints on my wall that need cleaning too...wanna send him over?
I love those Mr. Clean Eraser things. Great invention!
I love it!!!Wall easel....with a bit of help from Mr Clean!
Very Funny!! Love it!!
LOL...this boys sure sounds like he can give you a run for you money but I bet you LOVE him just the same through it all.
what did we do before mr clean magic eraser?
What a great teachable moment:-) Awesome tackle!!
THAT IS IT!!! WOO HOO! I so posted that the only art I could find from the kiddo's would be on the wall! My first instinct is not to grab the camera. Although now it would be a little funny. Niceeeee! love the scrubbing too!
Haha! Well hey, it looks like you have a future artist in your midst =]Even though it had to be on the wall...Happy Hopping!
Those things are great and I really liked the Picasso quote. Ah, so TRUE!
Ha ha, we have some of that same graffiti...err, artwork, adorning our walls! I love Mr. Magic eraser, though he doesnt work as well on my darker painted walls.
I'd love to hear what you think!