With a Grateful Prayer and a Thankful Heart: Another Surprise

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Another Surprise

The Canvas
 The medium
 The Art
The innocent looking Artist

Blowing kisses isn't going to get you off the hook, sweet Cambrie.
Well, maybe a little

Linking to Mary's Mosaic Monday @ Little Red House

34 comments:

soraya3 ღ said...

haha what cute she wants with kisses make up what she did..what a nice little girl.well all the cleaning isnt so funny hope your walls dont get damaged ..have a nice sunday sister..God bless you..loves from soraya and huub

NanaDiana said...

Yep!LOVE IT! Been there-done that and glad it happened at someone else's house this time! lol Now WHOOOO could be mad at a face like that? xo Diana

Snap said...

LOL! Oh, yes! the littlest angels can sure *get into it*!!!!!

Buttercup said...

Look at that sweet adorable face...Definitely agree, it's hard to stay angry.

Ann said...

LOL I can't help but laugh. At first I thought that was actually a painting. Maybe she has a future in the art field :)

corners of my life said...

Good job keeping your sense of humor about this surprise.

Hmmm . . .
Are you sadder about the loss of the lipstick or the smears on the wall?

Mary said...

What a precious little girl - mischievous and precious!
Mary

marie said...

Love that nice big smile Cambrie put on her canvas. Ah, sweet surprises!

Dayle said...

LOL! Had to laugh, Lorraine. I'm not blessed to be a grandmother yet (although I'm way past the prime age for grandmas), but I have a great-niece and they certainly tug on your heartstrings. It's amazing how you see things differently from this side of life. It's just a little lipstick on the wall. :)

podso said...

Aw. what a pretty picture she did for you--and in your favorite (lipstick) color!

podso said...

Yes its a British castle series ...such a sweet creamer, I have a child's teacup and saucer in it as well.

Lina - Fancy Frugal Life said...

Oh lol. this has happened to me with lipstick and worse..sharpie! It is hard to get upset when they are so cute :)
Lina
Fancy Frugal Life

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

It does have nice lines and movement to it :) What an adorable artist (and I hope it comes off).

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

Just saw this on Pinterest and had to share ;)

http://www.lowescreativeideas.com/idea-library/Art_Station_0810.aspx

eileeninmd said...

Awww, what a cutie! It looks like she might be a great artist in the future. Great post and adorable photos.

black eyed susans kitchen said...

How very adorable!!

A Garden of Threads said...

Oh my, they are such angels and devils at the same time. She is a cutie!!!

Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook said...

LOL, thanks for the smile! So cute, she's an adorable artist!

Petra said...

Well, maybe a little. Is it any wonder? So cute!

Lorrie said...

Those sweet granddaughters can get away with a lot, can't they? I love the first photo of her "artwork."

Adrienne said...

Many years ago I had similar artwork on my freshly painted white living room wall. Done by my sweet, little girl who found a purple marking pen somewhere it didn't belong! So funny what they try to do to stay in our good graces!
~Adrienne~

Julie said...

She's such a cutie. Hard to be mad. Hopefully it wasn't your favorite color of lipstick :)

Ms.Daisy said...

If the color had stayed on the canvass she would definitely have a flair for the art world...on the walls eh, not so much! She is such a sweetie while trying to butter grandma up! They are so small for such a short time we just have to enjoy all!

~Jean
P.S. Thanks for stopping by and playing my "game."

Jill Harrison said...

perhaps you could print and frame this to show her later in life!
Delightful picture story about a moment in this little sweet darlings life. Thanks for sharing!
And thankyou so much for stopping by my blog to say hi. Have a wonderful week.

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

Oh I am sorry I laughed at the sight of all that artwork. Was the artist miffed when it was washed off the walls? V

Jordan@the2seasons said...

This is so funny, well maybe not for you but I was really laughing when I saw the cute little one who did this art with lipstick. Very cute

Jennifer said...

Oh boy - but she really does look adorable blowing those kisses:) What can you do!?! :)

So glad you stopped by my blog...look forward to visiting again -

Happy Monday!!

Sandy said...

With those eyes and that face
I bet that cutie gets away
with a lot more than that!
Blowing kisses? Oh yeah...

Walking on Sunshine... said...

Oh that's so sweet. Well, sort of! Reminds me of Olivia when she was about 3 and I was stenciling our bedroom and she was in the other room with her markers coloring in a coloring book, or so I thought and came out and saw her coloring the wall with her markers. I was quite angry until she said she was "copying" me! Hubby had to repaint. She is so beautiful!!!

Lauren @ My Wonderfully Made said...

OH how funny! I was not expecting that from the first photo! Reminds me of the time my twins got a black sharpie and drew a continuous line from their bedroom wall, down the hallway, into the kitchen and around the dining room walls when I caught them. I saved the living room.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Oh my! Poor Cambrie must have had a serious "time out" I hope the lipstick comes off your walls easily.

My Little Home and Garden said...

Oh, dear! At least you're dealing with things in a calm manner...and it did make for a great blog post!
-Karen

Just a little something from Judy said...

I could totally relate to this post. It is difficult to get upset with an adorable little face like hers. Hope you share the way you removed the lipstick.

Donna said...

Hahaha!!!! I did this very thing at about the same age. I didn't have any crayons and Mom's lipstick was too irresistible. And it wasn't an interior wall or door either. Oh no. I drew some exquisite artwork (stick figures, houses, etc.) all over the white, front porch pillars!

Forgive her, LOL, but keep the photo evidence for handy use later!

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