The Halloween season is here! Are you ready for some spooky and not so scary Halloween rock painting ideas to try this season?
Here, I have created and found lots of fun Halloween inspiration for this 31 days of Halloween Rock Painting Ideas mega list for you and your family.
There are many awesome Halloween rock painting ideas to choose from like jack-o’-lanterns, dot art crafts, paint pouring projects, sugar skulls, and even a Halloween Tic Tac Toe game, just to name a few!
These Halloween rock painting ideas are great for beginners and doesn’t require a ton of craft supplies.
In each tutorial, I have provided a list of materials that I used to make for these ghoulish rock creatures and included a rock hunting 101 tips for beginners.
I’m sure you’ll have just as much fun as we did making these spooky rock painting crafts. Now it’s your turn to decide which one to start with first!
31 Days of Halloween Painted Rocks
These fun and easy to make Halloween rock painting ideas for kids are perfect for young kids and big kids too. Here you will find fun finger painting ideas on rocks, stickers on painted rocks, monster rocks, jack-o'-lantern painted rocks, spooky creatures, black cat rocks, and more!
This fun Halloween craft of fuzzy monster painted rocks has an easy to follow tutorial and made with just paint pens!
Make this Fall inspired alcohol ink painted rocks. Perfect diy craft for your fall home decor tiered tray or potted plants.
Try this fun Halloween rock painting, a skeleton painted rock using glow-in-the-dark paint!
Halloween is not complete without a silly mummy rocks. Click to see the easy to follow tutorial.
Who doesn't love Halloween ghost crafts? These fun dot art painted rocks for perfect for beginners and little ones! Continue reading to see how these Halloween theme crafts are made.
Sugar skulls are so much fun to decorate. There's no plan for this craft, just start doodling and see where your creativity takes you.
Get silly this Halloween and make some ghost emoji painted rocks idea. We made these ghost rocks with extreme glitter paint, and the photo doesn't do it justice! Perfect Halloween rock painting craft for older kids.
These candy corn painted rocks are so sweet! This fall craft was made with alcohol ink, follow the video tutorial on how to make these candy corn painted rocks.
Do you love paint pouring? Me too! Try your hand at making these spooky fun Halloween paint poured rocks. Get the full Halloween painting tutorial in the post.
Make your own Halloween tic tac toe game for your classroom or Halloween party. This easy Halloween diy craft using googly eyes for the purple monster rocks.
Perfect for kids and beginner rock painters. My kids and I had so much fun making our own Halloween decor this year. Get the tutorial in the post.
These spooky Halloween rock painting ideas using alcohol ink are so much fun to make! These Halloween monsters are super cute and easy to make. Click continue reading for the full tutorials.
If you love painting, but wish you could freehand letters like a pro? In this Halloween fun painting tutorial, I'll show you my hand lettering hack.
These fun to make Halloween designs are perfect for beginners. Check out the witch riding her broom, spooky ghost, creepy crawly spiders, Halloween pumpkins and sweet candy corn painted rock tutorials in the post.
Day-o Day-o! Here's our easy to make tutorials for Beetlejuice painted rocks, crafts, and movie quote list to get you into the Halloween spirit!
Get your fill with our favorite Halloween rock painting ideas on Instagram. Everything from haunted houses, cute little ghosts, not so scary Frankenstein rocks. Over 50 spooky Halloween painting ideas to try this season!
I hope you enjoy these awesome 31 days of Halloween rocks painting ideas.
In the meantime, if you are new to rock painting and don’t know where to start. Check out the Rock Painting for Beginners series below.
Part 2 – Rock Painting Supplies | What you need to know
Part 3 – Easy Rock Painting Techniques
Part 4 – How to Mix Colors with Confidence
Have you made any Halloween Rocks this year?
If so, let me know in the comments below.
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