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Sunday, May 21, 2006

Body painting

Kayla had some fun painting the other day. I wonder if she got more on her legs then the paper - thank goodness for washable paint!







And the masterpieces!

13 comments:

Jess said...

Oh YEAH!!! Mothering mag ran an article last summer about a "Mess Party" where all things usually off-limits (flour, shaving cream & the likes) were, for an afternoon, "yes". So we're gonna be brave and host one this summer. Outdoors.

andria said...

That's too cute.

Anonymous said...

See, Michelle, you are a GREAT Mommy!!!! Now you need to get some frames and frame the masterpieces.. you should cut them to size.. What wonderful colors and frames really make the work of arts stand out!!!:)love mom

Nisa said...

Love it!! I just wanna "zurbert" her little belly!!! The close up of her foot is a really good pic too...

RNP said...

Wow, what a great idea, and what wonderful little masterpieces she created.

She looks like she had some great fun with this-maybe I should try it with Miss E.

Kari said...

What fun. Looks like she did a great job. :)

mum2brady said...

Whooo hoooo - you are an amazing artiste Kayla :) I love her "body art" so darling! I hope you put up her masterpieces - those first paintings are the BEST!!!

Overwhelmed! said...

Too cute! I need to get out the paints for Snuggle Bug and see what he can do. So far we've only tried markers and colors. He still tries eating both. :)

chelle said...

hehe I so love finger painting!! Totally cool idea to have a sheet down and paint on the ground!!! I always have Becca at the table! Her art pieces are awesome!

Christi said...

Fun! I set Veronica up in the kitchen the same way - she ends up painting herself more than the paper. I'll have to post some on my blog.

Tracey said...

BEAUTIFUL paintings! And you are one brave woman to let her paint in the house! I always put them outside for that stuff!!

grandma said...

Just think, years from now when Kayla's paintings are hanging in famous museums you can tell people how you have the very first ones :-)

Her Daddy used to love to draw when he was little.

amy flege said...

michelle, you are soo brave doing that!! looks like it could really be a big mess to me!! but i bet kayla had a blast doing it!