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DIY Adoration Stones- with Natural Paint!

DIY Adoration Stones- with Natural Paint!

2019 Dec 24th

Are you looking for a simple, beautiful, and creative DIY gift?

Adoration Stones are such a fun and elegant craft that everyone will treasure and anyone at any age can do! For children, with a little leadership from an adult, and a bit of creativity, these stones would make a great gift (Hint: Mother's Day!) They would be a beautiful addition to any home or garden!

It all starts with a walk outside in search of your favorite flat stones offered by Mother Nature. Take a look in your backyard, on a nature trail or along the shore of a river. River and creek stones are usually the smoothest to paint on. Once you have found your ideal stone, it is time to create!

What You'll Need

Flat Stones & the Children’s Earth Paint Kit

Step 1: Mix Natural Earth Paint

JUST ADD WATER! The Children’s Earth Paint kit creates a vibrant, velvety, tempera-like paint when mixed with water each packet creates approximately 10 -16 ounces of paint (depending on how much water is added).

Step 2: Paint kind and loving words

Think of words that remind you of the person you are giving them to. Once you are done, let them dry for a few minutes.

Simple, Easy, and Full of Love and Adoration.

About the ECO-Friendly Children's Earth Paint Kit:

100% non-toxic Children’s Earth Paint kit creates a creamy, tempera-like paint when mixed with water. Or add more water to create watercolors! The rich, vibrant colors can also be used by adults for crafting, scrapbooking, and more. Paints on wood, rocks, fabric, paper, glass and more. All ages! 100% Washable!

The Kit Includes:

  • Six packets of hand-crafted, powdered, vegan paint, colors included: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and brown.
  • A set of six biodegradable mixing cups and lids.
  • An Earth Art booklet with instructions and nature-based activity ideas.
  • Ingredients: Organic corn starch, gum Arabic & natural earth and mineral pigments

Get yours here!

Article Written By Our Intern, Taylor Ann Hansen