Painting Rocks - Best Supplies for Painting and Decorating Rocks
Painting rocks is easier than it looks and it's also quite addicting once you get started. It can be difficult to figure out the best supplies and techniques so I thought I'd create a guide based on my experience. For years I sold my painted stones on Etsy, but now I prefer to share what I've learned so that others can enjoy painting rocks as much as I do.
@bydilsat on Instagram: “Renkli nazar ağaçları artık hazır 💞 🌳 / Colorful trees are ready now 💞🌳 #nazaragaci #toucwood #colorful #rengarenk #stonepainting…”
154 Likes, 9 Comments - @bydilsat on Instagram: “Renkli nazar ağaçları artık hazır 💞 🌳 / Colorful trees are ready now 💞🌳 #nazaragaci #toucwood…”
Meltem Firuzan Bozkurt Yılmaz on Instagram: “Aşk,Şans ve Sağlık meleklerim yeni yıla hazır... My Love, Good Luck and Health angels are ready for new year.. #taşboyama #stonepainting…”
215 Likes, 2 Comments - Meltem Firuzan Bozkurt Yılmaz (@yogisowl) on Instagram: “Aşk,Şans ve Sağlık meleklerim yeni yıla hazır... My Love, Good Luck and Health angels are ready for…”
Pinterest Pretzels 1: Painted Pebbles
"Pinterest Pretzels" is something new for ZPT. I will take come up with a topic, then use the corresponding Pins in a blog post. Something f...
Sue Polka Dotty
This beautiful rock was painstakingly and carefully hand painted using free form dotted art techniques. These can be practically used as a paper weight, and to enhance a coffee table display, mantels, window sills, book cases and other display areas. Every item is completely unique. Where multiple quantities are available, the design shown will be generally followed, but no two products will ever be the same! Every item is hand signed and dated.
From One Good Thing...
From one good thing comes another...I made these beads during a demo at my Clayville California Guild retreat, and decided at the last minute to send them in as a class proposal for Bead & Button next year. Having the proposal accepted was extra special, because I'll be thinking of my wonderful guild members when I teach the class! These "Lazy River" beads are in my one of my favorite stormcloud color schemes...graphite, ivory and goldenrod. Because I'm always looking for ways to eliminate…