Any of us don’t even think that rocks can be used as tools for showing your art skills. But you may change your mind by seeing this picture and may be interested to know more ideas for your next project. I found this idea from THIS blog post about “29 Fun Crafts Kids and Adults will Actually Enjoy” and I really enjoyed seeing those.
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12 thoughts on “How to Turn a Simple Rock into a Beautiful Art”
How do you protect the paint on the stones from rain?
You can learn how to accomplish it by visitng the url I provided in the post.
Jessica – We are spraying a clear Krylon coating over ours. Just any good clear spray – ours is Krylon Color Master Color Max Clear. Spray front and back – let one side dry first – then spray other .. dries in just a few minutes.
Great art works!
What kind of pen and paint do you use ?
That is amazing! So cool! Could you tell me what kind of pencil you use?I am Chinese.If my grammar or spelling have some mistakes,I hope you can forgive me.
Please go through link provided in the article for the tutorial. From there you can find the tools used for this craft. Thanks for visiting here though.
These are really beautiful, but what do I do with the decorated rocks?
You can keep them on your reading table and use them to hold your papers and other stuff.
I have been painting this kind of craft .very similar for many years.i slid them at craft fairs ,great for raising money for charity’s as well,
Such fun to do with children. I used to use yachting varnish to preserve them from water . Larger rocks great for door stops
Fabulus.lovely to bring back such a memory to me. Oh yes just to say resin is another coating to finish water proofing. Thanks again to this talented artist.
I love yr. Work! Are there any tutorials?
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