For the Garden Table

Our kids painted these as a part of a present, which we’ll take to a barbecue night now when the spring sun is here again:


The kids found it exciting to paint over the form and see what shape emerges. Superb for a week night when everyone is too tired for anything more complicating.


Of course we’ve done more traditional rock painting too, always great to cheer up the garden anyway. Simple but fun:


  1. […] Anyway, we got going with doing more art at home again too, and this Sunday my beloved brave boy wanted to continue by trying to tap colour through stencils too like his sister did with the butterflies. He didn’t want to cut any so lucky I had old stencils that we could reuse: […]

  2. What a fantastic idea!

    1. Something small but usable in the wind 🙂

  3. I’ve decided I want to learn to paint so I can paint rocks and then start leaving them in random places… Like take two with me when I go for a walk and just toss them in the park or on the road 🙂

    1. What a fun idea! That will create so many random laughter when people see them!

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