HALLOWEEN MUMMY ROCK PAINTING TUTORIAL (MUMMY APPROVED)
Make this super simple mummy rock painting for your Halloween Painted Rock Collection. This spooky Halloween rock craft is a part of another post called, 31 Days of Halloween Rocks, check it out for more boo-tiful rock painting ideas.
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Rock Hunting 101
- Start by searching in your own backyard for rocks to paint. Public areas such as parks, and hiking trails are great places to find rocks.
- It’s against the law to remove rocks or even leave your painted rocks in National or State Parks.
- You can even try home improvement stores, a local garden center, or stone yard to purchase your rocks.
- Next, it’s time to clean the rocks using soapy water to remove dust or dirt. Let them dry completely before starting the project.
Halloween Mummy Tutorial
- Begin by painting a base coat of white on the rock and let it dry.
- Using a black paint pen, draw 2 lines across the eye line to mark off that area for the eyes later.
- Now simply draw lines at different angles across the rock for the bandages.
- Draw two eyes and then color in the areas in between the eyes with a black paint pen.
- Color the eyes with a yellow paint pen and add a black dot inside the eye area.
- Use the black paint pen to draw a mouth and fill in with black.
- Let the mummy dry completely before spraying the clear sealer on your rocks.
Helpful Rock Painting Tips…
- Acrylic paint is water-based, fast-drying paint, but it’s also easy to clean off of skin.
- Read our post on 35 acrylic painting tips that will blow your mind!
- Follow the directions on the clear sealer spray and be sure to use in a well-ventilated area such as outside.
Here are some more Halloween Rock Painting Ideas:
- Pumpkins & Jack O’ Lanterns
- Black Cats
- Sugar Skulls
Extra Craft Items to use to for Halloween Rocks:
Have you made your own Mummy Halloween Rocks?
If so, let me know in the comments below.
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