This didn’t turn out for a great pic. It was hidden in the dark. Its another heart. 🙂
This kindness rock was just using a little bit of left over paint from what my daughters were picking for their rocks. I loved how it turned out.
This one was a ton of fun to paint. The shape soon made me think of a strawberry. So I did my best to paint it like one.
This was a large rock (a bit over 3 inches) that was found on a walk. It was one of the first ones I experimented with glitter on. I came real close to keeping it for the garden… But felt better about sharing it.
Abigail painted this rock. 🙂 I added the little hearts and smile stuff at her request. It was hidden after a school function. 🙂
This was fun to hide with my girls the other day! Livy and Abby also hide some rocks they painted but they did so with their dad and he forgot to take pictures of the rocks! 🙁 Oh well at least you can kind of see what their rocks look like in the pictures!
Delilah has joined in on our painting fun. Usually she sits in her high chair and plays with toys while watching Livy, abby and I paint. Today was a little different. She enjoys coloring with crayon and being part of the activity. She also found a lost paint brush when we were all outside playing.
All the girls and I have been painting like crazy lately. We tried some glitter on rocks and its awesome! I love how it adds a sparkly pzazz to them. When decorating the rocks with glitter we are doing a coat of wet mod podge topped with glitter. After it is completely dry then a
I had a ton of fun for the solar eclipse that happened yesterday! I was very happy to have finished the solar eclipse viewing cloaks my daughters had requested. I worked on those Saturday evening until almost midnight. I didn’t want to risk any extra bad luck for sewing on a Sunday and I knew