Rock painting is a really cool trend that has surged lately, and there are TONS of different styles, including paint pouring on rocks! Some people use them as yard art, and some paint them and hide them for others to find around town. Since I really just like the spirit of this trend and the materials are super cheap because the only thing I have to buy is paint (which I already have tons of), I thought I would get in on the fun in my own way, with acrylic pouring!
My goal with paint pouring on rocks was to spruce up some of my outdoor plants by putting some jewel-inspired, painted rocks in the pots. So I went with mostly earthy colors with some pops of bright color and a couple metallics for sheen.
If you’re new to pouring, head on over to my Beginner’s Guide to learn all about the art form and how to get started as well as my Comprehensive Techniques Guide to check out videos for each different technique.
And if you’re getting hung up with color or just want to learn how to choose awesome color combos, check out my post on Choosing Colors for Acrylic Pouring and sign up to receive my FREE Color Wheel and 8 Color Scheme Guides below!
- Artist’s Loft Neon Green
- Artist’s Loft Metallic Bronze
- Artist’s Loft Metallic Cobalt
- Artist’s Loft Metallic Copper
- Apple Barrell Canary Yellow
- River Rocks sourced from our yard
- Dirty-cup pour
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