Have you ever attempted glow in the dark painted rocks? Learn the tips and tricks to make fantastic glowing rocks for your garden, to hide around your city, or to give as a unique gift.
Glow in the dark painted rocks
I love to try out new paints and mediums to decorate rocks. I have thought about using glow in the dark paints on rocks in the past, but never had gotten around to it… until now!
There are some tricks to really make the colors pop, so check out these tips to make your painted rocks fantastic.
Then check out the fun glow in the dark rock painting ideas. Each one is perfect for the beginner.
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Supplies for Glow in the Dark Rock Painting
- White Rocks – Shop Amazon – Shop Etsy
- or – White paint for a base coat
- Glow in the Dark Paints
- Brushes and/or Dotting Tools
Tips for Painting Rocks with Glow in the Dark Paint
While playing around with my new paints I learned quite a bit about what works… and more importantly, what doesn’t. You can watch me use these paints in the video below, but if you don’t have time here are the main take-aways you need to know.
- This paint works best on white. If you are using a darker stone first give it a white matte base coat. You can also paint on white stones!
- It has a thinner consistency, so make sure to give it a few coats of paint!
- The glow will be the brightest after being exposed to light, so charge it up before testing it out in the dark.
Watch me use these paints!
I hope this helps spark your glow in the dark paint inspiration!!
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