This morning, I blogged about out little adventure on “HOW WE ROCKED OUR HITCHIN ‘ROCKS’“. But I really feels I could used some more inspiration on these. I want to hear other people’s story of their findings and how they have inspires other to do the same. Plus I also wanted to know the know-how on how to paint these properly and what kind of paint / pens they used to paint these so creatively. I want to know.
So I’ve asked my fellow bloggers for some ideas on this. To my surprised, there were so many out there around the country doing – The Rocks – already, and it’s a craze!
Let’s hear about their stories:-
Katie: “Rock Hunting: Nature’s Answer To Pokemon Go! #30DaysWild”. I absolutely agree with this. I was never into Pokemon Go as they takes up too much of my phone memory space, so this was perfect! Katie showed us her version of rock painting too. – from Living Life Our Way.
Jenny: “SUMMER ACTIVITIES FOR KIDS – PAINTED ROCKS”. Jenny is clearly an expert in this area as she has 9 other posts about painted rocks! But the one which I think is most useful is “What equipment do you need to decorate painted rocks?”– from The Gingerbread House.
Animals creatures features:
If you are into animals such as: spider, ladybird, bumble Bee, mouse, hedgehog, and caterpillar, then the following bloggers can help you with their version of how-to:
Kelly-Anne: “MARDLES ROCKS!!!” – has taken a step further and turning the decorated creatures, using the FREE Mardles app into 3D Live forms! This is pretty awesome don’t you think?! – Mimi Rose and Me
Emma: “KINDNESS ROCKS IN YOUR LOCAL COMMUNITY: GET INVOLVED”. Emma talks about how they found a painted rock with a hand message written on it, which made them smile. They also have a “How to make the kindness rocks”. – from Mums Savvy Savings
Rachael: “20 SAFE PLACES FOR CHILDREN TO HIDE PAINTED ROCKS”. Last but not least, a useful guide. Some the of places I haven’t even thought of! – from Lukeosaurus and Me.
And that is it! Do you have a ‘Rock’ community near where you live too? Do let me know in the comment below. I’d love to hear your story too.
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