Mardi Gras Painted Rocks

Mardi Gras Painted Rocks
Photo by Cathy Neri

Mardi Gras Painted Rocks

Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler!

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Cathy Neri of Pensacola shared these beautiful Mardi Gras Painted Rocks just in time for Fat Tuesday! I love the mix of the Fat Tuesday inspired designs of a jolly gator, mardi gras masks, cute little penguin, colorful mandala rock, and a mardi gras cat! She says she used a combination of several types of acrylic paints, Uni Posca Paint Pens, and a variety of good quality brushes to complete the look. She did an outstanding job on these beautiful pieces! Don’t worry if your Cajun French is rusty: “laissez les bon temps rouler” (pronounced “Lay-say le bon tom roo-lay”) just means “let the good times roll.”

If more Mardi Gras rock painting ideas, visit my post, How to make a Mardi Gras Mask Painted Rock for beginners.

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