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Mandala Flowers Painted on Rocks

This is a fantastic easy rock painting idea that anyone can do!

Mandala Flowers Rock Painting Idea
Mandala Flowers Rock Painting Idea
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If you're looking for easy rock painting ideas and you love the calming effects of mandalas, this idea for flowers painted on rocks is for you! Learn how to paint mandalas with this easy step-by-step photo tutorial. Designer Deb Antonick includes a simple trick for creating perfectly symmetrical designs. Grab a selection of acrylic paints in your favorite colors to create a bright and beautiful design! This is a wonderful technique both kids and adults will love. Paint rocks at birthday parties, on a rainy day, or even at summer camp. Don't miss your opportunity to learn an easy rock painting idea today!

From the Designer: "Paint pretty patterns on your rocks before you hide them with Americana Multi-Surface!"

Main MaterialPaint

Primary TechniquePainting



Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Americana® Multi-Surface Acrylics in Apple Green (DA518), Black Tie (DA539), Canary (DA514), Coastal Waters (DA523), Cotton Ball (DA500), Flamingo (DA504), Lipstick (DA506), Pumpkin Patch (DA511), and Purple Sunset (DA568)
  • Stylus or pencil
  • Chalk pencil
  • 1/2" stencil brush
  • e6000 adhesive
  • 1/2 inch flat brush


  1. I used assorted beach rocks and pebbles. Take a walk along the beach, or visit your local landscaping store. Gather assorted dotting tools of various sizes.

  2. Draw a circle on your rock. Mark with a cross to find the center. Dot with Cotton Ball. I like to use the eraser to create large dots.

  3. Use the cross lines as a template. Dot with Coastal Waters using a stylus.

  4. Use the end of a brush to dot with Apple Green.

  5. Dot with Lipstick. Place the dots between the green dots leaving space between.

  6. Dot the white center with Canary. Dot the green and red dots with Cotton Ball.

  7. Dot between the red dots with Purple Sunset.

  8. Dot the purple dots with Flamingo. Dot between the purple dots with Coastal Waters. Dot the next row with larger dots of Canary.

  9. Dot the yellow dots with Pumpkin Patch. Dot around the yellow with Cotton Ball.

  10. You could keep on going with more colors if you want, or you can finish here with some green dots. Dot the green with Canary.

  11. For additional projects, try basecoating some in different colors first. Hide your rocks or gift them to a friend!

Have you ever hidden painted rocks? Have you ever found one?

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