Homemade Painted Heart Worry Stones

Painted Heart Worry Stones for Kids with Separation AnxietyNote: The paint I used doesn’t give the best coverage, so I had to do three coats with some of the lighter colours. Martha Stewart acrylic paints and DecoArt paints apparently are the best for painting on stones.”}]},{“@type”:”HowToStep”,”url”:”https://happyhooligans.ca/heart-worry-stones/#how-to-step-1580164172881″,”name”:”Write your message.”,”itemListElement”:[{“@type”:”HowToDirection”,”text”:”When it’s dry, turn the stone over and write a message on the back with a black Sharpie marker. You can write your message in pencil first or just go for it with the Sharpie. “}],”image”:{“@type”:”ImageObject”,”@id”:”https://happyhooligans.ca/heart-worry-stones/#schema-image-52b469977a27a1c702a7a7e52ab71eef”,”inLanguage”:”en-US”,”url”:”https://cdn.happyhooligans.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Kiss-Kiss-WOrry-stone.jpg”,”width”:600,”height”:400,”caption”:”Kiss Kiss Worry Stone for Kids with Separation Anxiety”}},{“@type”:”HowToStep”,”url”:”https://happyhooligans.ca/heart-worry-stones/#how-to-step-1580164271588″,”name”:”Varnish heart.”,”itemListElement”:[{“@type”:”HowToDirection”,”text”:”Brush a coat of craft varnish or sealer over the heart and allow to dry. There’s no need to varnish the entire stone or the message on the back.”}]}],”inLanguage”:”en-US”}]}]]>