Here is our RockFun guide to Rock or Pebble Painting: Santa for Christmas. As part of our seasonal rock painting guides, here are our efforts at a very simple, child friendly guide to rock painting, Santa. The best rock for our Santa is a long oval rock, but this really doesn’t matter too much as
It’s Christmas Rock Painting time. I think we all agree that 2020 has been a real disappointing year for just about everyone. Now that we have Halloween out of the way, there is little else to do whilst lockdown continues, so what can we do? How about we put together some Christmas rock painting ideas
This is another in a series of Rock painting videos. In this video my dad painted a Mummy rock. He made a few but we only filmed this one. Painting a Mumm rock is actually quite simple, you just have to remember to leave a nice gap for the eyes. Please support us by watching
Halloween Rock painting ideas, Oliver got his dad to film how to paint Mr Spaghetti Head, who looks like a spooky zombie with his brains hanging out.
Here is our (very first) How To… guide to Rock Painting: Cute, Fluffy Birds. These birds are one of the first things I learnt to paint, they feature heavily in my own rock painting collection. They are so easy to do, even for the first time painters amongst you. There is a downloadable guide too
It’s been a busy few days at RockFun. We’ve been painting Halloween rocks ready for a bumper hiding expedition in October (Look out Surrey). Everything from zombies, ghosts and witches, to Mummies, bats and spiders. We have produced some new guides too so look out for them. I also got a willing parent to record
There are a variety of molds available to make rocks, so you can have smooth flat, wide, small, big, tall, round or even heart shapes.
Using paint pens to paint a #ThankYouNHS rainbow on a window