Decorate some pretty stones for your garden or desktop with a little bit of decoupage. It’s easy to Mod Podge on rocks and the results are so pretty!
Scroll down to the bottom of the post for a bonus video! You’ll learn the basics of painting and Mod Podging stones with a fun project. I know you’re going to love it.
I am prone to fall into the trap of “bigger and better” when it comes to crafting. The more unique and complicated, the better it is! But I’ve learned that that’s not always the case.
Sometimes the most simple crafts can be the sweetest! These little rocks are one of those things that couldn’t be easier but offer a big impact when grouped together in a bowl, given as a small gift or found hidden out in the garden.
This isn’t the first time we’ve crafted with rocks around here! We love painted rocks and also have a post with some rock painting ideas and tips. The difference between those posts and this one is that we’re going back to the basics – no paint is used in this project.
And the best part about this little craft is that it is so cheap! You probably already have everything you need on hand to whip these up in no time. Grab some stones, some leftover paper or fabric and Mod Podge and you are ready to go!
Mod Podge on Rocks
Here’s what you will need:
- Smooth stones
- Mod Podge Matte or Mod Podge Gloss – OR if you want them water resistant for outside, Mod Podge Outdoor!
- Fabric or paper scraps
Brush a thin layer of Mod Podge Matte onto the stones.
Place them on the stones and cover with another layer or two of Mod Podge.
Allow them to dry and you are finished! Aren’t they so sweet? What will you Mod Podge on rocks? Let me know in the comments!
Are you ready to see the bonus project? Make cute flip stones using the tutorial below. It’s really cute and easy – just press “PLAY”: