Glow-in-the-dark Mandala Rock Painting

Not only will I show you how to make a gorgeous sparkling bright coloured mandala…but it will also glow in the dark! And it will shine like glass as i show you how to use Art Resin to add glass coating to your rocks!!!

I have ordered my resin off of Amazon and there are lots of awesome tutorials on youtube to help you get the resin perfect. I use a plastic lid from a rubbermaid container to place my rocks on and dry, but I am doing a bulk ordeGlow-in-the-dark Mandala Rock Paintingr. You can also use plastic cutting boards from dollar store. They pop off easily as long as you dont have a thick layer on the bottom. KEEP IT LIGHT!!

Etsy if you want to purchase

ETSY – RachelsRocksCanada

21 Responses to “Glow-in-the-dark Mandala Rock Painting”

  1. Robin Peters says:

    I watched your video, id live to try to make some. You said i could subscribe and get updates, id love to, i dont see how or where. I looked on YouTube, but didnt see this video w the glow rocks. Cand you give me directions by email maybe?
    Your work is beautiful, thank you for showing

  2. Judy says:


  3. Deb says:

    This is awesome! Thank you so much for sharing!

  4. Amber says:

    Where do you get your rocks? 🙂

  5. Margaret Satchie says:

    Really enjoyed the demo.



  7. Judy willis says:

    I would like to learn

  8. Deborah says:

    This was great! Thank you for sharing.

  9. Diana Beal says:

    I loved this! Your explanations and advice were very encouraging! I can’t wait to try this with my teen age granddaughter! Thank you very much.

  10. Linda says:

    Love the rocks differently you bjoh g to try this

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  12. Deb says:

    I made these with my granddaughter! They turned out awesomely! Thank you so much

  13. Amy says:

    Hi there, you have inspired me to make mandala rocks for my students. I have painted them, then sealed with midge lodge and I am ready for the next step. I have one concern, if you seal the whole rock, how does it dry and look ok on the place where it’s sitting against the surface? I have written the students name on the bottom of each rock. Will it get messed up with the resin and sitting directly on it! Help! I don’t want to mess this up!

  14. Loretta says:

    Rachel, Do you use colored Glow in the dark paint for your big rocks or regular acrylic paint and go over it with neutral glow in the dark paint?

  15. Shannon Acevedo says:

    I buy ours at a Nursery that sells all kinds of landscaping supplies including rocks. I think the ones I get are called river rock.

  16. Don Ferguson says:

    What type and name of the paint you use….I ordered glow in nthe dark paint from amazon but it does not glow.Thanks

  17. Janet says:

    Where can I get the glow in the dark paint?

  18. Laura Stroud says:

    Want to make some. Couldn’t find your information. Or the video. Please respond. Thank you.

  19. Jenn says:

    These are beautiful!! I have a suggestion for resin. Stir it slowly because you don’t want bubbles. You can use a utility lighter or kitchen torch to remove the bubbles.

  20. Vicki says:

    Where are you located?

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