You’ve seen the painted rock trend that’s taking over social media, right?
Well this month for Michaels Makers, Michaels asked me to share my own tips for painting rocks, so of course I had to try my hand at lettering on them! Read on for my recommended supplies and tips.
Oh, and you want to join in, Instagram your rock pictures with #ShrimpSaladCircus so I can find and oooh and aaah over them!
Looking for even more inspiration? Make sure you visit Michaels’ blog, The Glue String, to see the rest of the Michaels Makers’ DIY projects!
How to Paint Rocks – Supplies
Find everything you need to join in on the painted rock trend at your local Michaels store!
- Dark river rocks
- Rubbing alcohol and cotton
- White acrylic paint
- Thin paintbrush
- Clear spray sealant
How to Paint Rocks – Instructions
1. Start by cleaning any oils, dirt, or residue off the rock with rubbing alcohol on a cotton pad. You can also use nail polish remover in a pinch!
2. Use a fine-tip paint brush dipped in white acrylic paint to brush your favorite quote onto the rock.
3. Once it’s dry, spray it with a thin coat of sealant so it’ll hold up outside until somebody finds it.
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