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    Rock Animals With rocks, glue, and paint, kids can create a collection of all their favorite animals.

    Painted Rocks

    Rock art

    With just a few supplies (paint, glue, and clay) learn how to transform regular ol' stones into adorable animals, people, and toys! Such as this pig magnet :)

    Rock Turtle

    rock animals

    Tips for successful rock painting. Includes where to get them, art storage, inspiration, creative tips and more. Painted rocks blogger @Cindy Thomas


    Painted rock

    Your Family Rocks!

    stacked painted rocks

    Yard frog out of rocks paint and glue.

    Pet Rock Printables by U Create - zoo edition

    make your own rock caterpillar to go in the garden - kids would love to do this.

    colored pencil on rocks! (looks like dichroic glass!)

    Rock Creature Tips Glue rocks together before painting them, attaching small stone features such as eyes, feet, or beaks to body parts before joining larger parts; attach whiskers and tails after painting. Cement glue makes the strongest bond but should be used only by parents working in a well-ventilated area. (Kid-friendly glues are less durable and are best for rock crafts that will sit on shelves.) ~marthastewart site

    Rock art

    Painted Rocks (@Kris Jarchowán Örn Kjartansson Pealo). We did these for a MOPS make-and-take and my kids really like them.

    Cute Ladybug Rocks. Materials: rocks, paint, googly eyes, paint brushes, and water. 2nd grade and 1st grade could do this.

    cute chicken printable and a cute bunny that rocks back and forth