Thursday, February 25, 2010

Concider yourself warned

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If another bead set makes its way to my home, I will take said beads and dump them all over your floors. Seriously, enough is enough. This photo, does not include the beads that are living in the cracks, corners and crevices of every. single. floor. Or the sets upstairs in Einey's room.

WTF, is there a special on beads? Or do you all hate me?

No. More. Beads.

Consider yourselves warned. This is not a challenge.

Oh, and the same goes for tattoo, body paint and draw on yourself kits.

Enough is enough.

Thank you.


Anonymous said...

ah mom your no fun

Fairly Odd Mother said...

Watch out. They may decide to give you Moon Sand instead. That stuff is pure EVIL! ; )

Whirlwind said...

OMG - yes - moom sand. Gah - the girls got it once. I delegated it to outside only - thank God I did. That stuff is pure awful. It gets wet and you cannot clean it up.

Stimey said...

First of all, can my kids come play with beads at your house?* Second, what you need is one big plastic bin with a locking lid and then you just dump ALL the beads in the one bin. Searching for the perfect bead is half the fun, right?

* Although the last time I went to someone's house to play with beads, the box was spilled over the floor. I'm not saying it was my fault, but...

Whirlwind said...

Stimey - you and the boys are welcome over any time. I've found more kids = less mess + less arguing = happy momma :D Plus, usually having friends over, means my kids and their company pick up as opposed to me being the only one capable of cleaning.

Suburb Sierra said...

LOL. I missed this post earlier...but it reminds me of my paint-it-yourself kits at our house.

Wind chimes. Paint-by-number. Small porcelain animals. Sun catchers. All of these can be painted :)

Anonymous said...

yeah moon sand is evil. We have some of the sun catcher kits that have the tiny glass beads you pour in and then bake. I keep finding those everywhere.