Monday, February 03, 2014

rock magnets


20 comments:

Sue Marrazzo said...

LOVE IT!

Юля said...

Every visit to your blog is like a celebration!

Magda lena said...

This is so beautiful... Great inspiration for ... Easter :)

BESARANA said...

¡Adorables!

Marieke said...

Wow, your magnets rock!

Nancy Jamba said...

A visit to your blog brightens my day!

patty a. said...

Love these painted rocks. When I get back to California I will pick up little rocks at the beach instead of the big honking ones I brought back with me!

Mario e Omelete said...

Beautiful... LOVE IT!

studioGypsy said...

brilliance!!! xo

Kyra Oberfoell said...

That's awesome! :D

misses free said...

I like that idea! :)

An_Geli_Ka said...

Cool...think i need some for my office pin wall

Linda Kittmer said...

Alisa, those totally ROCK! Sorry, I couldn't help myself...but seriously, I wish I had seen this while I was still teaching. I used magnets to hold chart paper, etc. on the board all the time but non so beautiful as these!

Anonymous said...

Super cute :)

Linda said...

Love these rocks and would like to do this project with my grand daughter, but I'm not sure where the tutorial is. I'm pretty sure I can figure it out, but I would like to know what kind of paint you used.
Please let me know @
Lchin632@gmail.com

And if I am just silly and there is a tutorial, please direct me to it.

Kristen said...

Where do you buy your rocks?

OUTBOX MAKAZICE Natasha said...

Love this!

Alies & Arjanne said...

Just, love these! Saw your blog on Brit + co, happy I 'discovered' your blog!
Kisses from Holland

Sandy Devine said...

Love it

Kim Masterson said...

Oh my gosh you sound just like me. Though I have to say the smaller rocks are more easy to create crafts with the grand kids but Its a great workout for our arms and butt picking up and carrying to the car those awesome honking big beach rock we find that we just have to have.

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