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Man has the purest reaction upon discovering his wife has been secretly paintings on their furniture

Artist Helena Elias is known for her breathtaking illustrations on social media and she has been leaving secret paintings on her furniture at home for her husband to find.

Man has the purest reaction upon discovering his wife has been secretly paintings on their furniture
Cover Image Source: Instagram | @helena.illustrated

Many couples post a lot of fun activities together on social media platforms. Some share a common passion for fitness, some dance together whereas others simply document their everyday life as a couple. But for Helena Elias, a digital and traditional artist, spending some fun time with her husband Paul includes hiding little artworks on furniture around the house which her husband can hunt down like easter eggs.


 
 
 
 
 
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Elias recently posted a hilarious video of her husband rummaging through the house like crazy after finally discovering one of her paintings. She then disclosed to her husband that she has been painting all over the nooks and corners of their house and furniture but one needs to look harder to find them.


 
 
 
 
 
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Paul takes up the challenge to discover every single thing she has painted everywhere and he can be seen going around excitedly opening one drawer after another to find Elias' hidden paintings. He looks ecstatic and victorious when he eventually discovers some — including one that was on the foot of their wooden table.

Image Source: Instagram | @helena.illustrated
Image Source: Instagram | @helena.illustrated

According to Nerd Productions, Elias is known for her "colorful and sophisticated illustrations which reflect her love for nature, various creatures and celestial elements." Her specialty lies in drawing intricate portraits with flowers and floral motifs. Elias used to work as an apparel and print designer but now it seems she is having a gala time while painting sneaky little art pieces around her house for her husband to find. The Instagram community poured in to gush over the playful moments between Elias and Paul and left a whole bunch of positive comments.


 
 
 
 
 
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@em.ilee joked: "That reaction was better than I could have imagined." @_adrienspencer_ made a reference to a famous Disney film "Tangled" and wrote: "This is so Rapunzel and Flynn Ryder coded." @balrog8moria quipped: "It is so fun seeing him going around, opening doors and covers like a madman." @oona_kln commented: "Why don't you make a game out of it? Like hide and seek. When your husband's away, you paint somewhere. When he comes home, he has to look for the paint. And when he's found it, it's his turn to hide something, like a note, an origami, something that will make you smile. Like a loop."


 
 
 
 
 
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Many others remarked how her husband passed the vibe check whereas others prompted them to continue this "scavenger hunt" forever. Elias has previously posted six videos on her Instagram profile, documenting her saga of painting on furniture until her husband notices. The first video where she documented day one of her painting process, received over 6 million views. After her husband discovered her hidden artwork, she offered to teach her writer hubby to make some art of his own on the wooden surfaces of the furniture.

Image Source: Instagram | @helena.illustrated
Image Source: Instagram | @helena.illustrated

"Teaching Paul to paint bees after he discovered the other paintings, felt right to do one together for the memories! We’ve got matching bee tattoos, so it felt fitting. Also by overwhelming consensus, I’m going to keep painting these! I’ll find a way to make it a little different from before though," she wrote in the captions of the video of them painting together. Elias has seemingly found a perfect companion in Paul after all, who appreciates her art with enthusiasm and even participates in creating them.


 
 
 
 
 
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