Rock and Stone Crafts for Kids

Pet rock printables, minion stones and more – these four DIY projects are perfect for an indoor activity this week.

What kind of craft projects can you make with rocks? The easier question may be, “What can’t you craft with rocks?!” The plain surface of those pebbles are excellent canvases for junior crafters. You can paint on them, doodle with pens and markers, or even turn them into sticker collages. It’s all up to you and your imagination! This week’s roundup has a few ideas to show you that rocks really do “rock” for crafting!

Monster Rocks

These monsters aren’t too scary thanks to cute pompom noses. Felt Magnet uses a soft palette of pastel colors to create these friendly monster rocks.

Pet Rock Printables

When you pair printables with rocks, you’ve got a fun DIY project in the making. U Create offers these clever printables to pair with zoo designs on your rocks.

Minion Stones

Minions were meant to be paired with rocks! Mum in the Madhouse shows off this great idea for turning plain pebbles into colorful Minions.

Tic-Tac-Toe Rock Activity

Turn your rock creations into a fun on-the-go game. Balancing Home uses paint markers to create an inexpensive classic game for your family to enjoy.

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