Mask up for kindness
For this month's challenge, we're including "masked healthcare worker" to pay tribute to healthcare workers around the world working to help fight COVID-19. Let's paint as many of these designs as we can and set them out around hospitals and medical facilities in hopes they'll be found by healthcare workers!
Plus, your painted rock with a masked design may just inspire someone else to wear a mask. 😷
Wearing a mask has become a simple way to help show you care about the health of others. A cloth face mask has not only become an essential healthcare item, but also an unexpected fashion accessory. So, if you're going to wear one, you may as well find one that matches your personality — like a fun leopard print design or floral pattern.
Painted rocks for Pride Month
With the global Coronavirus pandemic, many events are going virtual, including Pride parades in recognition of Pride Month. In-person gatherings may be halted at the moment, but that doesn't mean your support for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (questioning) community has to stop. There are still many ways you can support and advocate for equality.
Taking time to understand some of the challenges those who identify as LGBTQ face is a way you can support and become an ally. GLAAD has some helpful resources for ways to be an ally.
Proudly displaying a rainbow flag is another way to show your love and acceptance of the LGBTQ community.
A painted rock with an inspiring message
A beach sunset
Watching the sun set is one of our favorite things to do while visiting a beach. Since our beach vacation was cancelled😢, we've been enjoying sunsets via beach cams!
Paint a few of these sunset beach rocks and you'll be able to enjoy a beautiful tropical sunset year-round.
You're too PUNny!
Other pun ideas...
Some of these designs are on this month's list, like donut and lightbulb!
June rock painting challenge
GoRock - paying it forward, one rock at a time
GoRock.com is a global community of rock painting artists where:
- your painted rocks lead to donations to charity. Learn more about our Rock It Forward program where we're paying it forward, one painted rock at a time.
- see on a map where your painted rocks travel and spread joy
- be notified when your painted rocks are found
- read stories from those who have found your painted rocks
- it's easy for rock finders to post they've found a rock (no social media required)