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We paint

I have always wanted to let my kids paint on canvases to hang. I finally did!

I found a 10 pack of 8×10 canvases at the craft store on sale and of course I had a coupon for 50% off one item. SCORE!  I also bought a pack of acrylic paints and home I went. Sadly the bag sat in my kitchen for a good two weeks. The thought of getting the paint out with all three of them and letting them go at it worried me a bit. Finally, I got brave. DSCN3056 DSCN3053 DSCN3055The boys really did an awesome job of not making a mess! I am going to go ahead and thank their teachers for teaching them the right and wrongs of painting.

Tinleigh on the other hand has had no schooling yet. DSCN3057DSCN3060DSCN3061DSCN3062She did not like it on her hands. Anywhere else, she was cool with. It didn’t cross my mind until she was covered “What if they’re allergic to the paint?”. Luckily no one was. Guess next time I’ll check the ingredients. I did recently learn school chalk board chalk contains dairy. They put some weird ingredients in things. Always check labels!!!

The boys worked really hard on their paintings. I think we painted for almost two hours!

DSCN3059 DSCN3058I was so pleased with how they all turned out. They look awesome in the toy room!DSCN3078

June 28, 2013 - Posted by | LIVING | , , , ,

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