Monday 8 October 2012

Painted Pebbles

When I was on holiday in Denmark with my boyfriend, we stayed in a very cute little house. I wish I could have stayed longer but life cant be all play. One of the aspects of the house that raised its cute factor where the painted pebble's in front of the main door.
Ladybug pebbles
I immediately had the urge to do similar thing so I made a picture as a reminder. Now some people may say that this is something that you should be able to remember but as I was on a vacation  in a foreign country so I had a lot of new things to see and remember every day.
Today while going true some of the photo's I decided to take action (research is a form of action isn't it?) I wanted to get some more ideas cause to be honest i don't think the ladybugs would work for me.
Little did I know I would find so much beauty with a search term as simple as "painted pebbles". I think I spend about an hour finding and saving images into a folder in my computer called "future reference pebble".
I wanted to share some of my favourites with you which turned out to be harder than I first thought because I forgot to include a source in most of my saved picture's and I refuse to put someone's awesome artwork here without a proper link back. So after spending some more time, here are my top 4 favourite pebble arts

These 3 white lace pained pebbles by Etsy artist art in red wagons are one of the prettiest I have seen
I just love owl so the next two couldn't be let out of my top 4
I love them for different reasons though I adore the colours in the first one made by lori lee thomas and enjoy the simplicity of the ones in the second picture made by Caroline.
The last ones is by Afsaneh Tajvidithe and they are the cutest I have ever seen and that's a big statement to make about pebbles.

Now I just have to wait until I have a house with a place to put some lovely pebbles like these, so that I can start making my own.
Which one did you like or do you have your own painted pebble to share with me? Leave it in the comments. signature


  1. Thank you for featuring my painted stones as among your favorites!! Very nice blog post too! I love the other stones you have "collected" especially the two owls standing side by side!

    1. Uou are welcome dear. If I can ever help you with anything let me know.

  2. what a cute idea, my oldest would love this :)

    1. You could make some yourself or even better let your kids decorate there own pebble's.

  3. These are sooo cute! I only wish I could paint and make my own! I especially love the snowflake ones and the ones from the last picture! The snail especially is adorable!


    P.S. Thanks for linking up to the GtKY blog hop! :)

    1. Thankyou for hosting the bloghop I had fun and found some great new blogs