Penguin Painted Rocks
These penguin painted rocks are super cute and easy to make! A simple winter craft for kids or for rock hunting!
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Stacey aka the Soccer Mom
1/2" Flat Paintbrush
Angled Fine-Tip Paintbrush
differest sizes, with a smooth surface
Multi-Surface Satin Paint in Black Tie
Multi-Surface Satin Paint in Steel Grey
Multi-Surface Satin Paint in Cotton Ball
Multi-Surface Satin Paint in Orange Sherbert
Use a flat-tipped paintbrush to paint the top side of the two bigger rocks in Cotton Ball (white), and the one smaller rock in Steel Grey.
Using an angled fine-tip paintbrush, paint the outline of the penguin, leaving the belly white (or grey in the smaller rock).
When happy with the shape, cover the rest of the perimeter and backside of the rocks in black paint.
Using a fine-tip paintbrush, paint a small upside-down triangle in orange to make the beak.
Paint two small oblong shapes at the base of the penguin's belly to make the feet.
Dip the back end of your fine tip paintbrush in black paint and dab it on to the rocks to make eyes.
Rock Painting Tips:
Protect your work surface with a sheet of newspaper or parchment paper.
Wash the rocks and let them dry completely before painting.
Allow the paint to fully dry between steps and when changing to a new color.
Repeat with as many coats as needed to achieve desired coverage.
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