If your toddler stockpiles rocks like mine does then these adorable faux succulent gardens are the perfect use for them! Don’t forget to subscribe for new vids every M-W-F http://bit.ly/sub2moms
Pebbles (or newspaper works as well)
1. Paint rocks different shades of green. Use as many rocks as you want depending on size of planter.
2. Add spines with fine tip brush and white paint.
3. Fill terracotta planter with small pebbles, or sand. Add painted rocks to make your perfect cactus garden.
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12 Replies to “DIY l Rock Garden (Fun Kid’s Craft!)”
In the thumbnail I thought it was cacti
Love this idea ❤️?… My little guy is 5 and we have a good collection of rocks too. We have been waiting to paint them and we didn't know how we wanted to display them. This is perfect ?.. your little one is such a cutie ?
It's my bday tommorow
The gold was so cute
Why did she leave ???
Look at the dog in the background on the left at 1:42 and 1:44
They are so cute, i am going to make them now?!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I loved all your crafts
Lincoln has grown a lot
Do more rock stuff
Can you do some more rock art my son and daughter can't stop making theses but there are too many cacti and not enough family members too give them to they stopped talking the art I think if they made different things my house wouldn't be over run with rock art.
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