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Oh, that is so much fun!
that's unexpected! how fun :D
I lOVE that!!! It makes me want to surprise my husband with it! And then act like I dont know how it happened... LOL.
Stopping by from Mom Loop Friday Follow- so glad to have discovered your blog:)
My daughter loves, loves, loves rainbows. If I could make a rainbow appear out of thin air for her, she might consider me the best mom ever. Thanks! Stopping over from mom loop..
JDaniel would love for me to do this.
Stopping from Mom Loop! Merry Christmas!
What a cool idea. I had to tweet it. So simple to make a rainbow for the kids. That's awesome!
And viola! The unsuspecting driver is now distracted, can't see, and could have wrecked. Not to mention possibly damage the point on your car trying to remove it. Putting colored anything on the windshield of a vehicle sounds like a terribly unsafe idea to me.
@Amber - Assume that you as the parent and owner of the car have applied the acrylic on your windshield, it may be a lovely surprise for your children. I certainly do not condone driving with it on your windshield. Just a fun thing to do as a surprise.
I think a disclaimer would be a good idea. I'd also be careful about putting any kind of paint near car paint... it might be difficult to remove without damaging the car if it were to dry on there.
Amber, you should come with a disclaimer.
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