A family from Greater Manchester spent two days of lockdown renovating their house with multicolor to pay tribute to NHS heroes.
Jodie, her daughters Ellie and Hallie, and their father Dean Hunter have decorated every brick of their house front.
Family, who live in Heywood, Greater Manchester, use multicolor and make a beautiful rainbow.
Mother Jodie disclosed that her daughters first came with an idea. Both her girls drew a rainbow in the lower bricks a fortnight ago.
Afterward, Jodie convinced Dean who is a gardener to complete the multicolor paint on the front wall.
The family started painting the front wall of the house with a multicolor and made an incredible rainbow with a message ‘stay safe’ for NHS workers.
Mother Jodie said: “We wanted to make people happy as much as we do when we see it. We had loads of fun coloring it.”
“Little girl also enjoyed painting the house and it felt so therapeutic. It is all about positivity,” she added.
The family was inspired to paint their house because Jodie’s mother Lisa works as a GP receptionist at NHS.
Grandmother didn’t have a chance to see her grandchildren because of work in this pandemic situation.
Local residents have fallen in love the way family paid tribute to NHS. All the neighbours started taking selfies in front of their house and also shared the picture on social media.
Jodie’s mother Lisa was amazed and felt very emotional when she saw the painting.
Fortunately, the color didn’t fade with the changing weather as the chalk is water-resistant.