Look for suitable stones and sticks.
Wash the stones and let them dry.
Take a close look at the shape of the stone to help you decide what to turn it into.
Paint and draw on the stone with pencils and paint.
Ready, steady, play with your collection of painted stones.
Logs and stones, perfect for crafting! Perhaps there’s some stone crying out to be turned into a caterpillar and another that wants a classic boat motif? With the all-round pens, the kids can paint away and let their imaginations run wild. Also try making abstract designs with the easy-flowing pouring paints that you drip from the bottle. If the artworks are to be stored outdoors it is best to varnish them, but an adult should help with that.