Have you seen the community Rock Pages on Facebook? We are LOVING what people come up with!
Rexburg’s 3rd Grade Teacher, Brenda Denney, took this photo just before her class hid these fun rocks for others to find.
We were also amazed by the nearly 2000 rocks left to support students at Skyline in Idaho Falls after two students passed away.
Photo by Michelle Rogers. The full article can be found at EastIdahoNews.com.
Click through to join the Idaho Falls Rocks page
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Click through to join the Shelley Rocks page
Click through to join the Rigby Rocks page
Click through to join the Ucon & Iona Rocks page
Click through to join the St. Anthony Rocks page
Want to make your own rocks?
Warning: Before we venture further, we want to remind you to keep rocks out of the grass as they can damage city equipment.
- Get a smooth, clean, round stone. If you find one outside, wash and dry it before painting. You may want to sand down any rough edges if needed.
- Practice drawing your design on paper.
- Use a pencil, chalk, or an ultra fine sharpie to sketch your design.
- PAINT! Be patient and move from the biggest parts of the design to the smallest, letting each coat dry before moving forward.
- Let dry, then seal.