Both kids and adults have fallen in love with stone painting. It combines being in nature with creating and adventure. You can go on stone-hunting expeditions in cities as well as in the great outdoors. You just need to find an interestingly shaped stone, carefully wash it and then create at will. If you can’t find suitable stones, you can buy them in various sizes. It depends on how skilled you are, whether you want to paint concrete pictures, just patterns or decorate the stones purely abstractly. Acrylic paints offer the most possibilities. Using a brush, you can create so much. First, use a wider brush to paint the backdrop on which the picture will stand out nicely. Then paint the details with a thinner brush. If you need to paint a uniform background on more stones at the same time, you can choose a spray paint. For example, pastel chalk paints look great. You can combine them with, for instance, marbling paints and make a really charming stone. Painting using markers is also very popular. You can choose acrylic or chalk markers or permanent markers by Posca or Centropen brands. After drying, don’t forget to seal your painted rock using a clear varnish. Thanks to that the paint will be nicely fixed and will withstand even outdoor conditions.