We are moving right along with painting and hiding rocks in plain sight. Everywhere we go, we carry a few rocks with us to put outside stores or businesses. I like to put them inside stores on shelves. I put one of my little chickies on top of a carton of eggs at the grocery store; wonder if it's still there?

People (some) are so ingrained now not to take anything that doesn't belong to them, so some rocks may sit awhile. My Daughter had her first one found and posted in the group, she was pretty excited.

I had put one of mine in Walmart, a woman found it and gave it to  her visiting mother from Canada to take back with her. The mom and I are now FB friends.

So these are some of my favorites, cured and ready to go out into the world. I wish the weather was nicer so we could go a little further than the local grocery store.

tempted to keep this one

flowers are stickers and bees are 3 dots of paint

This one went on a cruise to the Bahamas and is hopefully
sitting on an island somewhere


Grumpy said…
You should try selling these to tourist shops or on Etsy. They're too nice to give away.
Cute! I like the pine tree branch one best.
My Mom and Daughter used to mail rocks, plain, to each
other. When Daughter moved she left me a really big collection
of them.
kden said…
Grumpy, there are tons of people selling rocks online, much better ones. I keep a few that I really like and happily give the rest away. Thanks for the compliment though :)
Valerie said…
I was going to suggest selling them. If only you lived near me I would buy the lot. Yes, they are THAT good.
Mr. Shife said…
This is really cool, kden. I can see how exciting it would be when someone finds and posts the rock in the group. Keep it up and thanks for sharing. I will be on the lookout when we make our up to Eastern Washington again. Have a good weekend.

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