Pretty Yard Art With Liquid Chalk Markers


A pretty surprise for your garden or potted plants. Make with smooth river stones and liquid chalk markers!
pretty yard art with liquid chalk markers, crafts
I currently live in Maine. It is unofficially the land of fun shaped rocks. I find myself collecting them in buckets and baskets and leaving them about the RV, taking up room that we really don’t have.
So when I was presented with a box of brightly colored liquid chalk markers, I decided to create some rock art.
pretty yard art with liquid chalk markers, crafts
Begin by painting all of your rocks with the black acrylic paint. Granted, you can leave the rocks their original color, but I went with black for a great contrast with the liquid chalk markers.
pretty yard art with liquid chalk markers, crafts
Then start drawing away! Naturally, I went with paisley. Seems that I have a thing for both rocks and paisley.
pretty yard art with liquid chalk markers, crafts
I used florescent liquid chalk markers and the bright colors look amazing against the black.
pretty yard art with liquid chalk markers, crafts
For more details on this project and complete instructions, see my website!
Susan Myers

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3 questions
  • Diana
    on Sep 22, 2017

    How can I get my hands on some of these river rocks to paint? Have not found a resource anywhere! Have been looking for years!
  • Patti
    on Dec 23, 2017

    What are liquid chalk markers? Thanks for sharing
    • Patti
      on Dec 23, 2017

      Thank You Susan I'll look further. Should of done that before asking. Have a Great Day.
  • Heidi
    on Nov 5, 2018

    Great idea! Do you seal the rocks with something after you're done decorating with the chalk markers? The chalk markers I have will erase and wash off like chalk does.

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  • Georgina
    on Oct 14, 2015

    I love this. I am going to fill my fountain this winter this way and put it on my patio. How beautiful.

  • Anna Ibarra
    on Jan 9, 2018

    This is also great for find a rock. Place randomly your local city and some will find them. Post on your social network!
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