How to paint ladybus on rocks 🐞 🐞
This ladybug craft painted on stones is a classic in the practice of painting stones. There are many types and colors. With a little imagination you can create some very fun. We like each other very much. 🙂
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To create and paint these ladybugs on stones you need …
- Acrylic paintings
- Pencil and rubber
- Sticks and punches
Step by step how to make this DIY
To start making your ladybugs in stones you can do the following steps:
Wash the stones
Before painting, make sure the stones are clean.
Draw with the pencil the faces of the ladybugs
First draw with a pencil gently to see how the drawing can be. Take a picture of the drawing you have done, you must erase them so that they do not stain the pencil’s mine with the paint, since when painting them can become dirty.
Paint with acrylic paints or markers
To paint the faces of the ladybugs, mix the acrylic paints with white color to obtain light colors. For the body uses darker colors. Apply a couple of layers of paint to cover well, remember to let dry between each layer.
Profiles with marker
When you have the paint dry, review profiling with a fine black marker the details of the neck
Paint the ladybugs’ faces
This time we used a very fine brush to make the eyes and mouth of the ladybugs, but if you want and it is easier, you can do it with the markers.
How to make ladybug dots in stone
Use sticks and punches of different sizes to mix and make different types of dots.
To protect this beautiful ladybug craft in stones, put a couple of layers of varnish.
As you see are very well if combined with mandalas.
You can decorate your house, garden or terrace. I love! These crafts are an original detail that shows joy and color to that place that in summer season is enjoyed so much. We love the joy that gives our terrace this flowerpot with our stones ladybugs.
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