DIY: 5 of the Best Rock Painting Ideas!

Activity By Leeah Collins
rock painting ideas DIY: 5 idées de peinture sur roche!

Spring is finally here! But, while we’re still bundled up and enjoying the warmth of our homes, let’s make our indoor family time fun and creative!

These DIY rock painting ideas will fill your home with color and your kids with inspiration… let’s dive into what rock painting is all about!

Here are 5 of the best rock painting ideas:

1. Easy Peasy & Fun’s Bee Painted Rocks

These are the cutest little rock pets to decorate your house and garden

All you need is:
– Yellow, black, white and light blue paint

2. Best ideas for kids’ Pet Cactus Rocks

These are my absolute favorites to make! I love running into these guys
and being delighted by their cuteness. They’re perfect to put on your windowsill, to
accompany your house plants or decorate your little one’s room with!

Here’s what you need to make these cactus rocks:
Mini terracotta pots
-Rocks (choose them based on your pot’s size. A flat surface area is needed for the
googly eyes)
-Googly eyes
-Acrylic paint
-Hot glue (adults only) or liquid glue for kids.

3. Ladybug painted rocks from Crafts by Amanda

They are adorable to look at indoors and outdoors. They can easily
become your kid’s new favorite (and environmentally friendly) toy as well as a beautiful
decoration for your garden when the hotter months are amongst us.

You’ll need:
-Colorful paint
-smooth rocks

4. Messy Little Monsters’ Rock Fairy Houses

Rock Fairy Houses are the perfect magical rocks to play hide and find with!
They’re super easy to make and there’s room for everyone’s personal touch.
Your kids will love creating fairy villages with these beautiful fairy rock houses!

You’ll need:
-Small/medium flat pebbles or rocks
-Acrylic paint pens or acrylic paint (your choice)

5. Tic Tac Toe Rock – by Where the Smiles have been

Tic Tac Toe is one of the classic board games we enjoyed as kids and might still find
amusing as adults, so this Painted Rock Tic-Tac-Toe is the best eco-friendly and creative
way of enjoying this timeless game!

You’ll need:
Small canvas bag
-Spray paints or acrylic paint (red and blue)
-Paint pens
-Black sharpie
-Clear gloss spray sealant


Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’d know that rock painting is a ‘thing’ now, and everyone’s doing it! Even the rock you were under is probably painted!

It’s a fun, meditative activity that kids- and the kids-at-heart can enjoy!


For more lovely DIY Projects like this, visit the Langmobile Blog!

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