Like a Rolling Stone: 8 Ways to Paint Rockscraftyamy
“Painting on rocks – why would I want to do that?” you ask. And I say, because it looks so cool! I saw a few painted rocks on Pinterest and then did a little research to see if I could find more. It turns out there are plenty of examples of painted rocks out there, and all of them are interesting and unique. I encourage you to take a peek at my slideshow, because I know exactly what you’ll want to do when you are done: paint on rocks! Click through below to see.
8 Ways to Paint Rocks 1 of 9
Click through the slideshow to see the painted rocks!
Family Stone 2 of 9
I love the fun outfits, hairstyles and even eyelashes on this family of rocks.
Aztec Inspired 3 of 9
Paint various Aztec inspired patterns on these rocks and then display in a bowl.
Little Ladybugs 4 of 9
Here's a painted rock craft for the kids - make ladybugs with just a few colors.
Funny Faces 5 of 9
I keep looking from one face to another with these rocks - I love the variety of expressions and hairstyles . . . and colors, too.
Mod Podged 6 of 9
Use your brightest paints to decorate these rocks - complete with hearts and finished with Mod Podge.
Lots of Love 7 of 9
Painted rocks just like these would be beautiful and inspirational in the garden.
Blue Owls 8 of 9
I love the eyes and the polka dotted bellies of these bright blue, gorgeous owls on rocks.
Indigo Inspired 9 of 9
The deep indigos paintings are a cool contrast on the light colors of these rocks.
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