We love fun ideas for painted rocks and these nativity stones are so easy to make that even the kids can do them as a little nativity craft for kids or of course you can make them yourself if you want to encourage the kids to retell the nativity story.
Nativity Story Stones
We’ve shared quite a few painted stones and story stones ideas and the tutorial for these nativity story stones are ones that I’ve shared over on Rainy Day Mum. You can see the full story stones tutorial here. I was really nervous when I first made them as my drawing skills are…. well I didn’t even get to take my GCSE in art lets put it that way! The good thing about these Christmas nativity story stones though is that I’ve made them super simple so they really are achievable – anyone can draw a sheep or a manger, especially if you have a little practice on paper first!
Want to make these story stones? Make sure that you bookmark this page or pin the image at the bottom so that you don’t forget to make them!
We’ve made lots of story stones but these Christmas story stones might be my favourites? Plus I’ve got a couple of tips there if your drawing skills are less than awesome so that you can still make great drawings.
Or how about this round up of 25 rock painting ideas for kids? Perfect if you fancy hiding some painted rocks over the Christmas holidays!
Finally if you’re looking for as many ways as possible to make Christmas magical this year (and who doesn’t want a magical Christmas with their kids?!) then why not check out these advent calendar activities for kids, there’s over 40 fun ideas and even if you’re not doing an advent calendar of activities there’s bound to be a few fun things you could squeeze in on the final run up to the big day.