Mum’s horror as pint-sized Picasso leaves tiny red footprints through the house after secretly painting the kitchen
- A mum has shown off her tiny daughter’s surprise, bright-red kitchen artwork
- The mum walked into the room to find her youngster painting the floor
- She had also decorated the cupboard doors and walked through the wet paint
A mum has shared photos of her pint-sized Picasso’s efforts to redecorate the kitchen with bright red acrylic paint.
The youngster’s artwork can be seen spread across the light-grey vinyl of the kitchen floor and streaked over the matching cupboard doors.
Tiny red foot steps shed some light as to exactly how the artwork was made as does a sneaky photo taken of the little girl at work, unaware of her quietly watching mum.
A mum has shared photos of her pint-sized Picasso’s efforts to redecorate the kitchen – with bright red acrylic paint
Most people agreed the tiny red footprints were their favourite part of the self-appointed art project
The paint, which initially left the mum ‘completely speechless’, ‘lifted quite well’ but left a light-pink stain on the floor.
‘How is your Saturday going?’ the mum asked, sharing the photo in a cleaning group.
She also posted ‘after’ photos showing how she managed to remove the artwork.
Cleaners on the group praised her for getting rid of most of the mess, as others thanks her for brightening their day.
‘At least you got us all a good laugh with it! Even though it was probably not so funny walking into a room to this,’ one mum said.
‘They grow so fast. One day you will look back when Picasso is grown up and you will all have a good laugh about it,’ another said.
The mum impressed cleaners with her ability to clean up the paint without professional help
Some joked it was a little too late for Halloween decorations.
The mum explained the artwork was created first thing in the morning.
‘I didn’t know she had woken up yet – I was in my room,’ she said.
Most people agreed the tiny foot prints were ‘too much’ and ‘very cute’.
The cleaners agreed the pink stain left on the floor should ‘come out over time’.