How to Paint a Cute Mason Jar on a Rock

draw so cute rock painting idea

One of the local rock groups I participate in on Facebook is doing a monthly rock painting challenge where we have a theme each day and if members paint that rock, hide it in the community and post a picture of it on Facebook they win an entry in a drawing! I love all the different rock painting ideas and it takes the pressure off to think up things on your own.

Today's challenge rock theme is "mason jar" and after I totally failed and painted the ugliest mason jar ever, I pulled up a drawing tutorial on my favorite YouTube channel for drawing: Draw So Cute

After following along with her tutorial, I ended up with an adorable mason jar rock to hide for the challenge!

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Video: How to Draw Cute Jars

How to draw cute cartoon jars on YouTube

Notes: For best results, use a light colored rock with a flat surface for painting.

While the tutorial teaches you how to draw an entire adorable peanut butter and jelly family, I just followed the first part of the tutorial using an extra fine black Posca pen to draw the Jelly mom but without the peanut baby.

Once that was done, I colored her in with more Posca extra fine paint pens and sealed it with clear spray sealer before hiding it in the community.

Don't forget to color any parts you want to have remain white with the white Posca pen because more rocks look darker when sealed.

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Cute mason jar painted rock

About the Author:

Carissa is a lifelong crafter and mom of two creative boys. 

The owner and lead writer of both I Love Painted Rocks and Creative Green Living, she has won multiple awards for her craft writing including the Craftys Award for the "Best Craft Blogger" category in 2016 and the ShiftCon award for "Best DIY blogger" in 2018. 

Her projects have been featured in magazines like Kids Crafts 1-2-3, Country Sampler Farmhouse Style and more.

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