Painting rocks has quickly become one of our favorite crafts and we’re happy to share these daisy painted rocks with you. The daisy flower is a sign that warmer weather is on its way. So why not celebrate the changing seasons with this simple all-over daisy pattern? You can scatter these painted rocks throughout your home, yard or inside your potted flowers like we’ve done here.
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Daisy Painted Rocks
Rock painting is a huge trend these days and it’s really no wonder! It’s a relaxing, fun, creative and inexpensive craft habit to have. If you haven’t started already, don’t wait any longer. The possibilities are endless with so many tutorials available for every season of the year, such as our silly shark painted rocks or our grape hyacinths painted rocks and these snowflake painted rocks to name just a few.
NOTE: If you prefer to purchase painted rocks, there’s a huge variety available on Etsy!
You can also turn small painted rocks into fridge magnets like we did we these easy painted rock bird magnets.
Materials Needed for daisy painted rocks:
- Rocks (about the size of your hand, our rock measured approx. 5” long x 3” wide but really any size rock will do)
- Acrylic paint brushes, one larger flat brush and another with a fine tip
- Decoart Americana Multi-Surface Satin paint in Cotton Ball, Canary, School Bus, Sky Blue
A few tips for rock painting to get you started:
- Protect your work surface
- Leave paint to dry fully between coats and when changing colors
Instructions for making these daisy painted rocks:
Paint the entire surface of the rock in Sky Blue using the larger flat paint brush. Leave to dry.
Using a fine tip paint brush, paint a short line about ½” long in Cotton Ball white. Paint an intersecting line to form an “X”.
Repeat these steps to make another “X” shape over top. Paint these same shapes all over the surface of the rock. Go back and add a second coat of paint wherever it’s needed.
Change to Canary yellow color and repeat, painting small yellow daisies randomly in between the white daisies.
With the back end of the paint brush, dip the end in paint and dab small dots in the center of each daisy using the School Bus color.
To fill in the spaces in between, dip your paint brush in School Bus yellow and paint small daisies all over. Dip the back end of the paintbrush in Cotton Ball white and dab to paint the round centers.
Aren’t these adorable? If you have daisies in your yard, you can even write out “daisies” on them and use them as a garden marker, similar to these painted rock garden markers!
Check out more of our favorite painted rock ideas…
- Rock Bees- these adorable rock bees are the perfect addition to your potted plants or garden!
- Ladybug Painted Rocks- it’s no wonder these ladybug rocks are one of the most popular crafts on this blog with how cute they are!
- Glow in the Dark Monster Rocks- these rocks are extra fun because they light up at dark! Hide them around the yard and let the kids find them when the sun goes down or set them out on Halloween night!
- Skull Rocks- another fun Halloween rock idea, these little rocks would be a fun craft to have the kids make!
- Jawa Rocks- calling all Star Wars fans, this painted rock idea is for you! Aren’t they so cute?
See the video below for a demonstration!
- Decoart Americana Multi-Surface in Sky Blue
- Decoart Americana Multi-Surface in Cotton Ball
- Decoart Americana Multi-Surface in Canary
- Decoart Americana Multi-Surface in School Bus
- Fine tip acrylic paint brush
- Paint the surface of the rock in Sky Blue.
- Paint small "X" shapes using Canary all-over the painted rock.
- Paint another intersecting "X" over top to form daisy petals.
- Dip the end of the paint brush in School Bus and dab the center of each daisy.
- Repeat these steps using Cotton Ball to form white daisies with School Bus daisy centers.
- Lastly, repeat using School Bus for the daisy petals and Cotton Ball for the centers.