Just look at that little face! How bad could he possibly be?

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This morning I caught my beloved little angel adding some custom artwork of his own on my dining room wall with his crayons. A flair for art must be in his genes! I knew this was bound to happen sooner or later, because I kept catching him ‘almost’ and he would squeal with his devilish little scream and run away, like spray paint kids from the cops. Unfortunately for me, today he was quicker.

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Ok, not that bad, right? At least it wasn’t this bad (I gasped out loud when I saw that!).. But still, it’s not so easy when you try the conventional paper towel and spray cleaner method (dosen’t work very well on a textured wall like mine, btw). Anywho, a number of different sources from word of mouth told me that magic erasers were the best cure for crayons on the wall, so I decided to give it a try and see how it works.

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Here it is, pictured along with the confiscated crayon. I wet the sponge as the directions say, and gave it a good swipe down the crayoned area – it came off like wiping a whiteboard! No elbow grease involved!!

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I kept wiping it down, cleaning time took all of 2 minutes!

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Magic erasers are truly magic!!

Jayna

Hi, I’m Jayna, a Wylie mom blogger living near Plano, Texas. I’m a Dessert love & recipe maker. Mom to a rowdy little boy. Coffee lover. Beloved wife and creator of Bellabyte Design Studio. Connect with me, I’d love to hear from you!

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I like to visit your blog a couple times a week for new entries. I was wondering if you have any other subjects you write about?

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I enjoy writing about all things esthetic, and especially day to day mommy things I encounter with my son. I’m a new blogger, so I’m learning as I go.. I’m really glad to hear that you’re a regular! What would you like to see here?

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I had to see what your little angel had done. I also keep baby wipes around too, as they help in some of those little artistic adventures. When my oldest was little I used baby wipes to take off the felt pen off hands, legs, face (felt pen applied as makeup). Once in awhile I used on clothes and it took away the mark , gone even after washing.
I always stock up on Mr CLEAN sponges.

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