June 12, 2020

Pet Rock Station with Deflecto

During the stay at home orders, my daughter started a few different craft projects and one of them was painting rocks. So I made her a pet rock station for her to be able to keep her supplies organized and also so she could bring them to where she was working.

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First, we gathered up some rocks from around the house. Lots of different sizes but none were bigger than a fist size. The rocks worked great in the medium compartment in the Deflecto Caddy Organizer.

Then we grabbed several different paint colors. The 2oz bottles fit perfectly in any of the compartments in the Deflecto Caddy Organizer. I was able to fit 16 bottles into the largest compartment.

Now that we are all organized my daughter was ready to start painting.

She had fun painting several different rocks. To help protect the work surface we used a plastic table cover, although she was very neat and didn't make a mess. After she painted a few of the rocks and the paint was dry we then sealed them with Mod Podge Outdoor Sealer.

 Here are some close-ups of a few of the rocks she painted.

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