Learn to make this fun North Pole Christmas painted rock to display, give, or hide as a kindness rock this season. It’s in a fun, bright, cartoon style everyone loves!
North Pole Christmas Painted Rock
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we love to share as many Christmas rock painting ideas as we can think up (and paint ourselves). This week, I worked on something which has been in my head for ages! I saw something similar in a coloring book years ago and couldn’t stop thinking about.
And look at this gorgeous rock painting idea! If you’re hiding this rock, you can bet it will catch everyone’s eye.
Supplies for a North Pole Rock Painting
If you’re a rock painter, you’ll likely have everything you need to get started. For those of you just joining the rock painting (or rock hiding / kindness rocks) family, I’ve linked some recommendations below.
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- natural rock (I used a 4-ish inch rainforest pebble from Home Depot)
- acrylic paints white and blue
- fine-tip paint pens in red, white, green, dark green
- optional, Micron pen (for fine detail work)
- sealant (my choice is polyurethane after sealing the paint pens so they don’t run)
How to Make a North Pole Christmas Rock Painting Idea
I chose to do this in bright colors in a very cartoonish style. The way the colors just pop out of this rock is unreal! If you are creating a playlist of rock painting ideas, here is the North Pole painted rock video tutorial.
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