School holidays seem to come around more and more frequently these days! So, what can you do to keep your kids entertained when school’s out?
Here are some fantastic ideas for rock painting projects that are guaranteed to keep your children busy for hours! And there’s plenty of scope for kids to get creative and use their imagination to come up with their own unique designs too, once they get the basic idea.
Cute Painted Rock Faces
If you have a garden or decking area with potted plants around it, you’ll love these cute painted rock faces that will hide in your shrubbery and peek out!
All you need for this project are a few smooth, face-shaped rocks, some paint, and some kids who enjoy art. Use rocks of different sizes to create a complete family!
Emoji Rock Painting
Everyone loves emojis, and your kids will enjoy creating these characters from rocks you can find almost anywhere. Thus, emoji rock painting is a simple project that’s suitable for older children who enjoy getting creative and undertaking art projects.
When your kids have finished creating a fairy village from painted rocks, why not add a fantasy unicorn to the mix?
Unicorn rocks are totally cute and surprisingly simple to make by using easy block painting techniques. With this project, your kids will learn a new skill, and they’ll have a beautiful piece of artwork to display when they’ve finished. It’s a win-win!
DIY Fairy Doors from Painted Rocks
If your kids are into fantasy movies, they’ll go crazy for these fairy doors made from painted rocks! Use the painted rocks to create a village of magical fairy houses in your backyard.
Use round rocks of different sizes, hide them among rockery plants or between tree roots for maximum effect.
Beautiful Mermaid Stones
Older kids will enjoy creating these beautiful mermaid scale stones that you can use to decorate your home or patio.
You’ll need small pebbles and metallic paint for this project. Making the stone scales is simple but time-consuming; the perfect way for bored teens to while away a wet afternoon!