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In this one-time class will paint rocks to either keep or hide, your choice! I will show 3 simple examples, but you are free to paint your own designs also. This is a beginner class, so no previous experience is needed. But, since paint can be messy, some adults may want to supervise their little painters, while remaining off camera. We will also decorate a rock with permanent marker so that it's finished drying quickly. We will chat while we paint too! We'll talk about where we like to...
This class is taught in English.
3 Rocks: clean and dry, medium to large flat ones are best Rock painted and dry with solid color of choosing. This will be for the sunshine rock, as shown in class pic. Paintbrushes Paints Water Cup: for rinsing brush Sharpie (or other brand) Permanent Marker Pencil Paper Towels: for clean-up/wiping hands OPTIONAL: Parents may want to join local Facebook Rock Groups that focus on hiding/finding these types of rocks
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Painting can be messy, so parental supervision, while remaining off camera, for younger children may be helpful. Also, wearing a smock, apron, or painting shirt will help keep paint off from clothing.
Teacher, Artist, Jewelry Maker, Photographer
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
4 completed classes
Hello! I'm an artist who loves nature. My work focuses on capturing and creating with the natural beauty around us. I love collecting beach stones from my local Michigan beaches, and I turn my finds into one-of-a kind jewelry. I'm also a landscape...