When kids peek in your shower to talk with you (usually about truly life-shattering happenings) it always results in a slight intrusion of privacy and water on your floor. To help them out, try painting your own shower curtain. You can use regular old craft paint and even make a view hole or two, depending on who might be in the shower at the moment!
Kim oft A Girl and a Glue Gun was looking for a way to let her see her children while they were talking to her while in the shower. She came up with this clever craft to allow little eyes to see Mom and Dad (and vice versa) when they needed something.
She used craft paint on the outside of a clear shower curtain leaving holes for faces to be seen. There's a place for Mom and Dad both (as Kim says... in case you're conserving water!) and little tots too. We think it's a great way to have a little fun and retain a small amount of privacy in the process. The whole thing was coated with clear sealer to keep it from flaking off and lasting longer than your hot water does!
Check out the full tutorial over at A Girl and a Glue Gun and if you don't think you're talented enough to pull off a full underwater scene, try simple shapes like circles instead for a big, bold graphic pop of color instead!