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Hand Painted Garden Stones

Hand Painted Garden Stones

Regular price $15.00
Regular price Sale price $15.00
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Hand Painted Stones

Enjoy our hand painted stones for your special outdoor space, garden, fairy garden, or early childhood development center. ✨ 

I use acrylic paint markers on white stones that are smooth and round. Vibrant colors. All artwork is carefully and thoughtfully drawn onto the stone. Outlined and colorful. We love the weight and feel of these smooth stones. 

Stone sizes will vary. 

Choose one of the following options:
Small Order: 5 stones 
Medium Order: 10 stones
Large Order: 20 stones 

Listed photos are a few examples featured in our garden plot. 🐞 🐛 🐌  🩷  🌟

Ideas and Inspiration for Artwork:
- Tiny Creatures: artwork of common bugs and insects found in the garden: snails, roly polys, bees, ladybugs, slugs, caterpillars, and butterflies. 

- Pollinators: artwork of common pollinators such as hummingbirds, butterflies, bees, and moths.

- Flowers: artwork of sunflowers, daisies, and more.

- Herbs: artwork of basil, mint, oregano, thyme, and more. 

- Up Above: artwork of the sun, moon, lunar phases, and rainbows. 

- Life Cycle: artwork showing the life cycle of a butterfly or frog. 🐸  🦋 


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For Custom Orders:
I am happy to customize your order to include bugs, creatures, flowers, rainbows, geometric shapes, or simple characters. I can do the life cycle of a butterfly or ladybug. Send ideas of what you have in mind. We are happy to collaborate and create something you love. 


Shipping:
Price includes shipping and handling. Please allow 3-5 days for the design process and shipping. We make them for each order and send proofs for review before shipping. We want our customers to love what we send them! 

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