When you’re hanging out with the kids in your lives, don’t you wish you could write down everything they say? In between developing their own personalities and imaginations, kids always have the funniest, most charming perspectives on the world. Knowing her memory couldn’t store all the delectable details of her kids’ lives, Artist Betsy Grimm searched for ways to preserve her favorite moments through art. Enter her hilarious Kid Quotes Custom Wall Art!
We are so excited about this colorful collection that we’ve decided to launch a contest to give away one free custom print! Share with us your favorite kid quote, including the child’s name and age, by leaving a comment below OR by tagging @uncommongoods via Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook with the hashtag #UGKidQuotes. The best entry will be preserved into a custom print and mailed to the winner!
1.) As long as your quote makes us smile, it can include anything from charming remarks, jokes, witticisms, observations, declarations, or profound statements.
2.) Make sure to submit the child’s name and age at the time of the said quote.
3.) Your entry must be PG and kid-friendly to qualify for this contest.
4.) Enter via Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, or in the comments section below by May 31, 2015. Don’t forget to include the hashtag #UGKidQuotes with your entry.
Tips for choosing your quote:
1.) Keep your quotes short. The fewer the words, the bigger and bolder they’ll be.
2.) Take advantage of the “context line” to communicate part of the story. See an example in the image below.
3.) We won’t tell if you want to take a little creative license to make the quote shorter!
“Were there angels in the oven because this tastes like heaven?”
Leo, age 8 – talking sweet to his mamma
Do you know why I love Pigs? Because they poop Bacon
Beckett 5yrs old
My mom broke her water glass and she is Freaking out!
Jack, age 4.
Filling in Grandma when she arrived at the hospital for his little sisters birth
Oh! I have a gas pain.
Michael, age 3, after tumbling over a can of gasoline.
It’s…it’s…it’s like dippin’ sauce!!!!!
i can’t wait for you to grow up and be 3 1/2!
caroline, 3 1/2, to jack and noah, twin crawlers
Anthony 4 yr old ..
I love the beach…
Sometimes I wear my shoes, sometimes I don’t!
Interesting song lyrics: “He’s got the whole world in his pants.”
Kealey, age 2.5 years
“Does God sleep in his robe, or does he have pajamas?”
Roane age 4
“I only stank up a little part of the world…not the whole world!”
Max, age 3-1/2, after farting in the car and his mother commenting on how stinky it was.
“Guess what? I know a big word… mesothelioma”
after watching countless law firm/mesothelioma commercials
Shelby, age 5
“I don’t cheat, I just change the rules!”
after being yelled at by his older twin sisters while playing a board game with them.
Jordan, age 7
“You look as pretty as a bell pepper in sunshine.”
Noah, age 9
“I don’t want to be normal. I want to be myself. That’s what it’s all about, right?”
~ Greta, age 6
“I just can’t stop being silly. It’s kind of my specialty.”
~ Greta, age 4
I have to admit, I’m slightly envious of your Logo. It’s amazing.And I feel you on the “we could paint it!” projects. You don’t even want to know about the projects littering my art tables, church office, and garage loft. It’s….. bad. Have a wonderful open house!I am sincerely thinking about coming your way sometime in the latter spring.
“Mommy, you got couscous?”
Lexi, age 2, after she saw goosebumps on Mommy’s legs
“Mommy, you are as pretty as Christmas lights.”
Luke, age 5
Could I keep a diarrhea this summer?”
Luke, age 5
“Yes, honey, keeping a diary would be fun!” Mom replies.
“Mommy, can I please have a futon?”
Lexi, age 2
“Yes, honey you can have a crouton,” Mommy replied.
Watch out for traffic when crossing the Indian path! (She learned the ancient Indians crossed the land bridge from Asia).
Elena, age 4
Every heart beats true
‘Neath the red white and blue
Where there’s never a ghost or bread…
-Kelly, age 4, singing what she thinks are the lyrics to “You’re a Grand Old Flag”
Please delete the first comment I made. I had a typo in it. Thanks!
Sure thing. Thanks for entering our contest!
Cassie | UncommonGoods
I’m not a kid, I’m a person!
-Vivian, Age 3, asserting her rights
That’s a waiting room for heaven.
Ryan age 4
Comment upon seeing an old cemetery.
Mom don’t hug me so tight. You’re smothercating me.
Combined smother with suffocate to make his own word.
Momma, you have to watch out for porcupines. because they have all those porks on them!!!
Cody, age 5
“Jesus loves me Biss by Bow”
Lishelle age 3 Her version of Jesus Loves Me.
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