Mom turns son's mischievous drawing on a wall into gallery 'masterpiece'

PHOTO: Kim Massicotte of Toronto found the perfect new masterpiece for her home ? even though its "completely in the wrong place."PlayMassicotte family
WATCH Mom turns son's mischievous drawing on a wall into gallery masterpiece

One Toronto mom found the perfect new masterpiece for her home, even though it’s “completely in the wrong place because it’s only 3-feet off the floor.”

Kim Massicotte caught her 6-year-old son drawing a picture of a house on their home’s wall, but instead of getting upset, she embraced it.

“At some point you just have to accept that you can’t correct every single mistake, because that would be my full-time job,” she told ABC News.

PHOTO: Kim Massicotte caught her 6-year-old red handed drawing a house on the wall, but instead of getting upset, she embraced it. Massicotte family
Kim Massicotte caught her 6-year-old red handed drawing a house on the wall, but instead of getting upset, she embraced it.

While their kids were eating breakfast one day before school, she said she and her husband, Eric Massicotte, took their eyes off their two boys “for one second” to finish packing lunches.

PHOTO: At some point you just have to accept that you cant correct every single mistake, she told ABC News. Massicotte family
"At some point you just have to accept that you can't correct every single mistake," she told ABC News.

“Our eldest, our artist, took a green marker that he was using at the breakfast table and he decided he was going to teach his little brother and used our wall like a chalkboard and proceeded to teach his little how to draw a house on our wall,” she recalled of her son, Rhys Massicotte.

Unfortunately for Rhys, his mom caught him half-way through the coloring process.

“They knew they were in trouble so they went and hid behind the couch,” Massicotte said.

PHOTO: Rhys Massicotte, 6, is quite the character. Massicotte family
Rhys Massicotte, 6, is quite the character.

After her kids left for school, she gathered some extra craft supplies to frame the “masterpiece,” mimicking a fine art piece in a gallery.

“I was doing this to amuse my husband,” she said. “Instead of being mad about it, I thought maybe he and I can have a little fun with it. I thought it was really cute and this was something that later on we would laugh about.”

PHOTO: Kim Massicotte of Toronto found the perfect new masterpiece for her home ? even though its completely in the wrong place. Massicotte family
Kim Massicotte of Toronto found the perfect new masterpiece for her home ? even though it's "completely in the wrong place."

When her mischievous son got home from school, she showed him how she’d framed it and told him no more wall drawings were allowed.

His cheeky response? “I prefer paper anyway.”

PHOTO: Little Rhys Massicotte stylishly poses for the camera. Magenta Photo Studio inc.
Little Rhys Massicotte stylishly poses for the camera.