Mandala Stone Tutorial

Creating beautiful art doesn’t require for you to be a specialized artist. In fact, the DIY community helps out with whatever design or decorating project you can think of. In this tutorial, you get to find out how to make a beautiful mandala stone. The main accents of color used are green and blue while materials involved are acrylic paints and synthetic brushes. You could also use some nail art brushes and dotting tools to give the mandala a good and clean design. Find a smooth, round and flattened stone to work on and follow the instructions provided on the next webpage. Oh and remember this nice trick: paint a big circle with a dark color at first, this ay the other colors applied on top will only be enhanced.

These unique and original pieces of art are available below…

>>Mandala Stone<<

more details HERE…

Elspeth McLean is a talented painter from Australia. She is perhaps the most vibrant painter I have even seen, hence her degree and passion in Art Therapy. She have an online shop HERE…

more details HERE…

Mandala Stones-Stones For Crafts – Mandala Rocks

Find it HERE…

Mandala Painted Stone by MagaMerlina

Recommended materials (for DIY):
acrylic paints (available here)
synthetic brushes (available here)
alternative tools: nail art brushes and dotting tools (available here)
Also, you could use a dotting tool for small details instead.

Stones For Crafts – Mandala Rocks (available here)

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21 Responses to “Mandala Stone Tutorial”

  1. Tonya says:

    Are you using a calligraphy pen in the one video?

  2. Alyce Aber says:

    Can you tell me if you can/should/do put a fixative spray or layer on top to keep the print from being damaged?

  3. Anne Fisher says:

    Can people buy one of these Mandala stones?

  4. Tila says:

    What kind of paint brush is she using in this ? Please ! Dying to know

    • Jacqui Hammontree says:

      Recommended materials (for DIY): acrylic paints (available here) synthetic brushes (available here) alternative tools: nail art brushes and dotting tools (available here) Also, you could use a dotting tool for small details instead. Stones For Crafts – Mandala Rocks (available here)

      See more at: http://www.goodshomedesign.com/mandala-stone-tutorial/

      • Francine says:

        Your video shows the white paint ina small jar but your link only shows acrylic pain in tubes which is much thicker. Where do I get the white paint in the small jar? It’s confusing. The video doesn’t match up with the links?

  5. ElfN says:

    Who did the music for the video?

  6. Vicki Arnold says:

    What type of calligraphy pen are you using in the video? Thanks.

  7. Sherry says:

    What are you using to create the design. Pen ? Ink ?
    Paint ? Thanks !

  8. Esther Johnson says:

    Beautiful

  9. Ligia G. says:

    This is just fabulous! Congratz! I should try to make my own mandala stones as well. Hugs
    Ligia/Brazil

  10. Sabrina S. says:

    What tool is she using in video? Is she using white ink or acrylic paint? Please… dying to know.

  11. Carol says:

    Will you post a link or we can purchase the brush or pen that she is using to draw this?

  12. Pam says:

    I found on a forum where the artist answered the questions… here is what she said.

    MagaMerlinaTuesday, 07 October, 2014
    Thank you! My dip pen is a custom made wooden nib holder made by a New Zealand woodturner, with a Speedball Hunt 512 nib and the ink is Daler-Rowney FW Acrylic Ink.

  13. Wanita says:

    I also would like to know what tool she is using and the paint? See this question asked several times but no answer. I have some black stones and I like to add writing to my painting, this would be ideal but I don’t know what the tool or ink/paint is. Thanks for any help.

    • lara says:

      a message above says “My dip pen is a custom made wooden nib holder made by a New Zealand woodturner, with a Speedball Hunt 512 nib and the ink is Daler-Rowney FW Acrylic Ink.”

      you can buy the nib on Amazon as well as the ink and a nib holder.

  14. NiRE says:

    Under the video is gives links to the supplies..
    Recommended materials (for DIY): acrylic paints (available here) synthetic brushes (available here) alternative tools: nail art brushes and dotting tools (available here) Also, you could use a dotting tool for small details instead. Stones For Crafts – Mandala Rocks (available here)

    See more at: http://www.goodshomedesign.com/mandala-stone-tutorial/

  15. Coral Wallcae says:

    The painting instrument she’s using is a paint pen they were being sold in the nail polish area at Walgreens when nail-art was trending, Michaels and craft stores and online

  16. Robin Schwartz says:

    I have a large wooden box I would love to do a mandala on . Is this possible, pleas any tips greatly appreciated. Thank you for making the world more beautiful.

  17. Jacqueline Peter says:

    Magnifique, beautiful! I will made stone mandala

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