Rock painting is something that has grown in popularity. You paint a rock, hide it in the local area, hunt for hidden rocks and if you find a rock you can re-hide it, or take a picture and share using the hashtag on the back of the rock (if it has one).
This year lots of rock painters are using their skills to create little works of art to commemorate 100 years since the end of World War One. Our local rock hunting group have organised a 'Poppy Line,' where members of the community can bring their painted rocks to the local war memorial gardens and lay the painted rocks in remembrance of the many who gave up their today so that we could have our tomorrow.
Painting rocks is fun, the materials aren't too expensive and they're easy to pick up in stores like @lovewilko
I’ve added a tutorial showing you how to paint poppy rocks in case you’d like to join in too.
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