While many of us are currently going a little stir-crazy while stuck inside, avid prankster Kristen Vogler found a hilarious way to keep herself entertained. She decided to replace a collection of family photos in her home with her own hand-drawn replicas—and her parents didn’t notice for more than a week!
Vogler’s prank was inspired by a similar one, where someone replaced their family photos with images of Nicolas Cage. She didn’t have a color printer though—only a box of crayons, so decided to create her own version. “Every day I replaced a new photo with a new, and terrible, crayon drawing,” she says. “Sneaking these masterpieces up was not easy, I had to hide in the bathroom clutching the frames multiple times.” Along with plenty of sneaking around, Vogler was able to keep up the charade for so long thanks to a little bit of luck. On day 4 she writes, “I had been posting on Twitter about my progress and my mom chose today to try to start a Twitter account to talk to John Krasinski about Some Good News but luckily her account was locked.”
Despite the fact that Vogler’s renditions aren’t exactly photorealistic depictions of her family, her parents still didn’t notice the change until day 12. The funny artist says, “These crayon works are not supposed to be good by any means, that was part of the fun, so feel free to make fun of them.”
Vogler posted a video on Facebook, revealing the moment her parents finally noticed. “When did you do all those?” asks her mom while laughing. Vogler reveals, “I’ve been adding one every day for more than a week.”
Bored in quarantine, Kristen Vogler decided to replace a collection of family photos in her home with her own hand-drawn replicas.
She replaced one photo each day with her hilarious crayon drawings.
Her parents finally noticed after more than a week!
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All images via Kristen Vogler.
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