Thursday, July 25, 2013

How to Make Stamped Art Rocks for Your Garden

I made this project in 2013 as part of a partnership with Stampendous (the rubber stamp company). 

I have since started an entire website dedicated to painted rocks and I thought this project would be more at home over there. The tutorial is still online - it's just moved! 

To get the tutorial and supply list, just click over to How to Paint Rocks with Stamps on I Love Painted Rocks

15 comments:

  1. The rocks are so cute! I love butterflies and these stamps are beautiful. :)

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  2. Awesome Carissa! I love crafting with rocks and had never thought of this... thx for the idea!

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  3. Great result! I love those butterflies!

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  4. I would want to make them all. They are very cute!

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  5. This idea is perfect for the inspiration rocks we use in support groups! I need to start collecting super smooth rocks! Thanks!

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  6. Fun idea for my preschool class. Kids love rocks and stamping! I would make these for my garden!

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  7. what a great idea. my granddaughters are coming this weekend. this is a great project for them. first to find the rocks then to pick out what to stamp on them.

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  8. Brilliant ideas. Thanks for the tip about peeling the stamp off the block before trying to stamp.

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  9. I just read about you on the Stampendous blog and wanted to see how you stamped on the stones. This will be fun. Thanks

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  10. Hi Carissa,

    I just received your email notifying me of wining the stamps. I want to thank you and Stampendous for their generosity. In addition to being a coincidence that I was showing my grandson to stamp on rocks is the fact that his name is Sage too!

    Thanks so much again!

    Carmen L

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  11. You're welcome! These stamps are awesome. You're going to love them.

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  12. Love the rocks...I can just see them in my flower beds =) I'll be off on a rock hunt tonight!

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  13. I am surprised I didn't comment on this project back when you first posted it. This was my first introduction to your blog and I was (and am still) so enthralled with this idea. I didn't make any of these last summer, but maybe I can this year.

    I am revisiting this post for your Gender Prediction Giveaway and have pinned it: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/476114991828098348/
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com

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