Pet Rock Photographs

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    Grandma Pet Rock Photo

    Grandma Pet Rock Photo
    Pictures of Home-Made Pet Rocks Grandma Pet Rock Photo. Submitted by Sarah

    Pictures of Homemade Pet Rocks

    Be inspired to create your own pet rock by browsing through these photos. When you are done browsing, make your own pet rock and then submit a picture of it to be included in this photo gallery!

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    Check out a photo of a grandma pet rock, submitted by...MORE 12-year-old Sarah.

    Sarah explains, "Grandma has gray yarn for hair. Her glasses were made from aluminum foil. Her eyes and smile was drawn with permanent marker."

    If you make your own pet rock, please take a moment to submit a picture of it to be included in this photo gallery!

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    Gangster Pet Rock Photo

    Gangster Pet Rock Photo
    Pictures of Home-Made Pet Rocks Gangster Pet Rock Photo. Submitted by Sarah

    Check out a photo of a gangster pet rock, submitted by 12-year-old Sarah.

    Sarah explains, "Gangster has a face drawn on with a permanent marker. His grill was made with bits of aluminum foil. His beanie cap is the thumb of a pair of old gloves."

    If you make your own pet rock, please take a moment to submit a picture of it to be included in this photo gallery!

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    Hippy Pet Rock Photo

    Hippy Pet Rock Photo
    Pictures of Home-Made Pet Rocks Hippy Pet Rock Photo. Submitted by Sarah

    Check out a photo of a hippy pet rock, submitted by 12-year-old Sarah.

    Sarah explains, "Hippy was made with a sparkly, glow-in-the-dark nail polish as a shiny coat. She then had eyes and a mouth drawn on with permanent marker. Also, Hippy has a duct tape nose, red yarn hair, and a pipe-cleaner/chenille-stem headband."

    If you make your own pet rock, please take a moment to submit a picture of it to be included in this photo gallery!

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    Ten Pet Rocks

    Ten Pet Rocks
    Pictures of Home-Made Pet Rocks Ten Pet Rocks.

    Check out a photo of ten amazing pet rocks made by a creative 10-year-old.

    If you make your own pet rock, please take a moment to submit a picture of it to be included in this photo gallery!

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    Lion Pet Rock Photo

    Lion Pet Rock Photo
    Pictures of Home-Made Pet Rocks Lion Pet Rock Photo. Submitted by Sheri

    Check out a photo of an amazing lion pet rock submitted by Sheri.

    "I used a piece of cardboard mailing tube (I save everything) for the stand, painted it and added ric rac. The mane is a piece of leftover lace glued on, the ears are painted flower petals, and the whiskers are pieces of eyelash yarn. The rhinestones I buy in bulk packages from Michaels (cheap).

    I love working with rocks....It's fun, cheap, and something anyone can do with a little imagination." ~ Sheri

    If you make your own pet rock,...MORE please take a moment to submit a picture of it to be included in this photo gallery!

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    Sheri's Pet Rock Photo

    Sheri's Pet Rock Craft
    Pictures of Home-Made Pet Rocks Sheri's Pet Rock Craft. Submitted by Sheri

    Check out a photo of an amazing pet rock submitted by Sheri.

    "This is my version of the New Pet Rock. I call them Love Rocks. Her name is Darla; she's made with a river rock, copper wire, paint and rhinestones." ~ Sheri

    If you make your own pet rock, please take a moment to submit a picture of it to be included in this photo gallery!

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  • 07 of 15

    Pet Rock Cat Photo

    Pet Rock Cat Photo
    Pictures of Home-Made Pet Rocks Pet Rock Cat Photo. Submitted by Yasmeen

    Check out a photo of pet rock that resembles a cat, submitted by Yasmeen.

    "I have a 4 yr old and a 6 yr old. We had so much fun with the pet rocks project. We had to share them with you." ~ Yasmeen

    If you make your own pet rock, please take a moment to submit a picture of it to be included in this photo gallery!

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    Pet Rock Spider Photo

    Pet Rock Spider Photo
    Pictures of Home-Made Pet Rocks Pet Rock Spider Photo. Submitted by Yasmeen

    Check out a photo of pet rock that resembles a spider, submitted by Yasmeen.

    "I have a 4 yr old and a 6 yr old. We had so much fun with the pet rocks project. We had to share them with you." ~ Yasmeen

    If you make your own pet rock, please take a moment to submit a picture of it to be included in this photo gallery!

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  • 09 of 15

    Painted Pet Rock Guy Photo

    Painted Pet Rock Guy Photo
    Pictures of Home-Made Pet Rocks Painted Pet Rock Guy Photo. Sherri Osborn

    Check out a photo of one of my pet rocks.

    I painted on the eyes and nose of this pet rock, and also the hair. The ears are made out of craft foam and the mouth is a small piece of embroidery floss glued in place.

    If you make your own pet rock, please take a moment to submit a picture of it to be included in this photo gallery!

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    Pet Rock 2 PhotoPuppy Pet Rock Photo

    Puppy Pet Rock Photo
    Pictures of Home-Made Pet Rocks Puppy Pet Rock Photo. Sherri Osborn

    Check out a photo of one of my pet rocks.

    This pet rock was made to resemble a puppy. I used wiggle eyes and painted on the mouth. The ears were cut out of felt and the small tuft of hair is a piece of scrapbook fiber.

    If you make your own pet rock, please take a moment to submit a picture of it to be included in this photo gallery!

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    Big Ear Pet Rock Photo

    Big Ear Pet Rock Photo
    Pictures of Home-Made Pet Rocks Big Ear Pet Rock Photo. Sherri Osborn

    Check out a photo of one of my pet rocks.

    This pet rock has wiggle eyes, a pom-pom nose, craft foam ears, and a few pieces of hair cut out of yarn.

    If you make your own pet rock, please take a moment to submit a picture of it to be included in this photo gallery!

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    Pretty Lady Pet Rock Photo

    Pretty Lady Pet Rock Photo
    Pictures of Home-Made Pet Rocks Pretty Lady Pet Rock Photo. Sherri Osborn

    Check out a photo of one of my pet rocks.

    I used acrylic paint for the eyes and cheeks of this pet rock. The mouth was drawn on using dimensional paint. She has a pom-pom nose and hair made using embroidery floss.

    If you make your own pet rock, please take a moment to submit a picture of it to be included in this photo gallery!

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    Baby Pet Rock Photo

    Baby Pet Rock Photo
    Pictures of Home-Made Pet Rocks Baby Pet Rock Photo. Sherri Osborn

    Check out a photo of one of my pet rocks.

    This is one of my favorite pet rocks. I painted on the mouth and glued on wiggle eyes. The hair is a small piece cut from a feather and as a finishing touch I added a little bow.

    If you make your own pet rock, please take a moment to submit a picture of it to be included in this photo gallery!

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    Fuzzy Head Pt Rock Photo

    Fuzzy Head Pt Rock Photo
    Pictures of Home-Made Pet Rocks Fuzzy Head Pt Rock Photo. Sherri Osborn

    Check out a photo of one of my pet rocks.

    For this pet rock, I painted on the eyes and mouth using aacrylic paint. The nose is a small piece cut from a skinny chenille stem and the hair was made from a thick chenille stem.

    If you make your own pet rock, please take a moment to submit a picture of it to be included in this photo gallery!

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    Justin Beiber Pet Rock

    Justin Beiber Pet Rock
    Pictures of Home-Made Pet Rocks Justin Beiber Pet Rock. Sherri Osborn

    Check out a photo of one of my pet rocks.

    I painted the mouth and nose on this pet rock. I glued on a couple of small wiggle eyes and cut the fancy hair-do out of felt.

    If you make your own pet rock, please take a moment to submit a picture of it to be included in this photo gallery!