These pet monsters are the perfect pet for all children! They can even be used as handy fridge magnets!


Material

  • Light coloured pebbles (3-5cm diameter)
  • Acrylic paints
  • Paint brushes
  • Sharpie
  • Stick on bobble eyes
  • Magnets (optional)
  • Super glue

Method

  1. Paint 2 coats of acrylic paint to cover your pebbles. Allow to dry in-between coats.
  2. Once dry, get creative and draw/paint on your monster faces.
  3. Use stick on bobbly eyes or draw on eyes.
  4. Super glue a magnet to the back (optional)


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  • staky
    • 14 Nov 2014
      7:00 am

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  • I am not creative at all but this would be a fun activity. Would love to try.

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  • Love it. I remember making pet rocks as a kid.

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  • WOW these look very professionally done, I think ours would be scrambling mess ha ha

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  • These are so adorable. Great party bag fillers.


    • That is a great idea, get the kids to paint their own and take them home

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  • They are awesome and if there is one thing we have a lot of it’s rocks. No glue works here for long though I think it’s the heat so I have industrial marine tubes of silastic type glue.. works on our shoes so might try that. I promised Grandma some new art for her fridge.

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  • My son is obsessed with collecting rocks, he’s 6 years old he would love this activity. I do myself dread using super glue but I’m sure no other glue would work.

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  • Great presents to give out at parties too. Thanks

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  • What a wonderful project for kids and something for them to keep. Thanks for sharing

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  • I like these, quick and easy thanks

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  • Absolutely gorgeous =D Such an awesome idea, and so bright and colourful! Could imagine seeing these in so many places… in the garden, in the bedroom, on display shelving, on a desk as a paper weight ect..

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  • My daughter is 10 and she and her friend loved this on the weekend.

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  • My 4yo would love these.

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  • Love these! So cute! I want to make them now even though the kids are in bed. :)

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  • This is a fun activity for older kids!

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  • A good idea, thanks very much for sharing!

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