Daughter replaces family photos with crayon drawings for 11 days before being caught

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Kristen Vogler and her dog. (PHOTO: Facebook/KristenVogler)
Kristen Vogler and her dog. (PHOTO: Facebook/KristenVogler)

Bored in the house and up to no good.

A woman decided to pull a mega prank on her family which lasted for a total of 11 days.

Kristen Vogler (29) found the inspiration for the idea online and started replacing family photos in the Massachusetts home with crayon drawings, the Mirror reports.

The inspired prankster wanted to see how long it would take for her parents, Mike and Paula, to notice.

Kristen got creative and began recreating the mounted family portraits in crayon and swapping them when her family went out for daily walks.

She was shocked when she managed to draw the prank out for 11 days.

“It was so funny because they walk through the door next to the photos probably five of six times per day,” Kristen said.

Keeping her social media followers updated, the crayon master posted pictures on Twitter everyday with a new crayon portrait.

Her first scare that she may get caught came on day four when her mom told her she was thinking of creating a Twitter account, but luckily for Kristen it ended up not happening.

Hours before officially being caught out on day 11, Kristen took to social media to share another scare.

“I thought the jig was up today when my dad came running downstairs while I hung my latest crayon replica but I managed to get it done in time," she wrote.

But the time came, and with it some good giggles.

“We were in the house and it was raining like crazy, we were just looking out of the window and my mum walked past the photos, did a double take and just said, 'What is that’?” Kristen wrote.

"They had a good laugh about it but, of course, my dad said he'd always known in the back of his mind."

Source: MirrorTwitter

 

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