Get inspired by these amazing Easter painted rocks. Find a great Easter craft tutorial that’s perfect for you! Maybe even host an Easter Rock Hunt!
Easter Painted Rocks
This Easter, grab your rock painting groups and your paint pens and create some fantastic stones from this collection of Easter painted rocks.
You can go with the cute bunnies, adorable chick rocks, or snuggly lambs. Or you can go the religious Easter route, to celebrate Jesus’ resurrection. To be honest, I like both.
I think the Easter egg rocks and bunnies are fun to paint and cute to hide. I also love showing the true meaning of this holiday in my rocks. I include these Easter crafts as part of our Easter decorations
Easter Rock Hunting
Instead of hosting an Easter egg hunt, start a new tradition. Grab an Easter basket and host a fun Easter rock hunt.
The kids will love finding each unique painted rock
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Rock Painting Supplies
Painting on rocks is a fantastic hobby that doesn’t require a lot of supplies to get started. Here are some of the basics that we recommend:
- Rocks – from fancy Santorini rocks to basic river rocks you can’t paint on them if you don’t have them!
- Pens – We use Posca paint pens, specialty pens, or you can even use a sharpie marker.
- Paints – If you aren’t using a pen, you may want to grab several different shades of acrylic paint to create the cuties.
- Sealer – Your rock isn’t finished until it’s sealed properly! Use our tips to learn how to seal your rocks.
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Don’t forget your base coat Check out our tutorials for creating a perfect base coat on your stones.
Easter rock painting ideas:
Painting rocks is a great way to decorate, play, or create this Easter!
Religious Easter rock painting ideas:
Which rock painting tutorial will you want to do first?
This is a fun and simple Easter cross rock that any skill level can paint.
This Zendangle style rock takes a fun twist when the dangles rise instead of fall! It’s perfect for this He Has Risen Easter Rock Painting Idea!
The 3 crosses on top of Mt Calvary are a symbol of Easter. With this video tutorial, you will learn how to paint them against this beautiful background.
Cute Easter Stone Painting Ideas
From adorable bunnies to simple Easter egg designs. These Easter painted rocks are perfect for your next Easter Rock Hunt!
Who can resist these happy bunny rocks Plus this rock is much easier to paint than you might think!
This Easter egg rock painting idea has a bit of a Mandala feel to it!
A little lamb rock is perfect for hiding this Easter! Check out the step-by-step video tutorial.
This Easter chick rock is so much fun to create. Watch the video to learn how easy he is to paint!
Find a rock that has a nice egg shape Then paint them to look like Easter eggs then add cute baby chicks hatching out of them.
Some of these rocks may look a bit complicated. But they really are perfect for all skill levels. Some can even be done by young children. Click on the links for step-by-step instructions and video tutorials.
Need more inspiration? Check out this collection of Easter rock painting ideas from some of our favorite bloggers! You’ll find Easter story stones a collection of Easter egg rocks and maybe even more chick rock painting ideas
More Easy Rock Painting Ideas You May Love!
- Owl Rocks – These fun rock painting ideas are a hoot.
- Heart Rock Painting Ideas – You will love these fun hearts
- Beach Rocks – Let these beach painted rocks take you away.
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