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Once you learn how to paint stones to look like mushrooms, you will be obsessed with adding these all over your garden. Cute mushroom rocks that will be the perfect addition to a flower bed or even potted plants. Just grab some paint and a few other supplies to make these adorable painted rocks. If you have been following along this week for Craft Lightning, we have had ideas for painting rocks all week. Want to catch up with the projects? Be sure to head to the posts for day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4.
Supplies to make mushroom rocks:
- Rocks that will fit together well
- Craft paint in red and white
- Round sponge pouncer brush
How to paint stones to look like mushrooms:
Start by painting your rocks with the craft paint. You will need one white and one red rock for each mushroom. This may take 2 to 3 coats of paint. Be sure to allow to dry in between coats.
Once dry, add the dots to the top of each red rock. A round pouncer brush makes this easy.
Allow the dots to dry completely then glue the rocks together. I used Beacon Power-Tac and it worked great!
You will need to support the rocks in some way while the adhesive cures.
Once the adhesive is set, you are ready to add these mushroom rocks to your garden!
How to paint stones to look like mushrooms? Well, I hope now that you can see just how easy this project really is.
You can even let the kids help with this one. It is the perfect way to keep them busy during those long summer days.
The only question left is just how many of these garden mushrooms you will make!
Love this idea for making garden mushrooms and want more ideas? Try the links below!
Add some feather rocks to your garden like these from A Sweet Berry.
You can also try these glitter rocks with inspirational sayings from 100 Directions.
Celebrate the Lion King movie with these inspired painted rocks from See Lindsay.
Paint pour rocks in rainbow colors like these from Creatively Beth.
See how to paint a variety of easy rocks from The Ruffled Daisy.
Add letter stamps to painted rocks like these from Michelle’s Party Plan-Its.
Temporary tattoo painted rocks like these from Happy Go Lucky will be everyone’s favorite.
Turn a child’s thumbprint into a keepsake rock with instructions from Everyday Party Magazine.
Makeable Crafts is sharing easy techniques for making a variety of painted rocks for your garden.
So, be sure to follow the instructions above for how to paint stones to look like mushrooms or make one of the crafts shared by our bloggers for today’s Craft Lightning. You really can’t go wrong with these cute rock crafts!