Painting rocks is a pleasurable pastime for everyone. Here's a list of some rock painting supplies to get your painted rocks colorful and beautiful. Tag the back of your rocks with the hashtag #ecofriendly if you use eco choices for your painted rocks.
We would also like to remind our readers that reports are coming in from wildlife and rehabilitation experts letting the rock painting community know that they are seeing an increase of animals that have sequins stuck to them as well as ingesting them. If you are leaving rocks outside, do not glue on gems or plastics. Please share this information with all of your groups.
Not everyone has the ability to walk outside and collect rocks so you might want to check out your local hardware store, craft store or garden center first. There's also rocks that you can purchase right on Amazon too and have them shipped right to your door.
These rocks are specifically offered for rock painting and have a smooth surface.
Apple Barrel paints are non-toxic and formulated for use on all surfaces. These paints for rocks can be brushed, stamped, stenciled or sponged and clean up easily with soap and water.
These acrylic paints dry to a soft matte finish.
Get your rock painting glow on with this nontoxic water-based glow in the dark paint. This paint will glow all night long and make your rocks look absolutely fabulous. For best results be sure to apply this paint quite thick.
This paint works best on lighter backgrounds. If you are leaving your rocks outside, it will need a top coat or sealant.
These pens are premium quality and will work great for your rock painting creations. They have a water-based formula that will dry quickly. You can use these paint pens on light and dark surfaces. The fine tips make them perfect for detailed work on your rocks.
This set comes in a pack of 10 assorted brushes which is a nice combination of sizes. It a good economical choice for rock painting.
These fine tipped premium miniature brushes allow you to create fine details on your rocks. This brush set is especially good for wording, botanicals, and micro detailing on your painted rocks.
Here is a set of dotting tools that are ideal for mandala painting and dotted areas on your rocks. A full kit that comes with everything you need to get started painting rocks right away.
This glitter is biodegradable, all natural and is eco-friendly. Get your sparkle on because this company donates a portion of their proceeds to ocean conservation efforts. So what is eco glitter made from anyway?
This particular brand is sourced from cellulose found in Eucalyptus trees, so it degrades naturally. This glitter comes in several colors to add to your bath bombs like aquamarine, blue lagoon, coral, violet and silver.
We went ahead and emailed Kuretake Co and asked them about the Wink Of Stella shimmer pens to make extra sure they are non-toxic. They replied back and told us that these glitter pens are water-based, and carry the SOP (Approved Product) Seal. For those who love glitter and shimmer, these shimmer pens are a great choice for adding glitter accents to rocks.
Before sealing your rocks, be sure to try a test rock. Some coatings will smear paints & markers and then all of your work will be ruined. Some of you who live in humid areas might not be able to get this to set so that it's not tacky so just be aware of that.
You only need a very light layer. For those who live in a less humid climate, this dries to a rock hard finish. Order the smallest bottle to try first before committing to the larger size.
We hope this list helps you out with your rock painting.
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