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Tumbled Stone Critters

Making Tumbled Stone Critters Is a Fun Activity to Do With Kids!

All of our tumbled stone critters were made from the tumbled gemstone mixes that we sell. You can make your own stone critters. All you need to do is pick up a few supplies at your local craft store and let your imagination go wild.

Snowflake Obsidian Cat
Snowflake Obsidian cat
A piece of snowflake obsidian that now looks like a cat.

Hematite Bug
Hematite bug
Heavy D. the hematite bug.

Crazy Hair Stone Face
Stone face
This is our purple headed, crazy hair, dyed dalmatian stone rock man.

Dinosaur Head
Rock dinosaur
Chomper the dinosaur head is a piece of tumbled magnetite with another unknown material.

Frogs and a Dragon Fly
Frogs and a dragon fly
In this photograph the two smaller frogs are tumbled ocean jasper and the large frog is dyed dalmation stone. The dragon fly is a mix of different tumbled stones.

Dalmatian Stone Dog
dalmatian stone dog
Floppy, our dalmatian stone dog has polished red jasper for a mouth and a deep purple piece of tumbled amethyst as a nose.

Tumbled Stone Dragon Fly
Tumbled stone dragon fly
This dragon fly is made up of three different tumbled stone types. The body is tumbled tiger eye. The front wings are green aventurine and the back wings are howlite.

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Brad Cole Bradley Cole: Bradley is the manager of and has authored much of the content on this website. He also does customer support, photography, maintains the website, and consults with customers about rock tumbler repair and maintenance.
Hobart King Hobart M. King: Hobart is the owner of and has authored much of the content on this website. He has a PhD in geology and is a GIA graduate gemologist. He also writes most of the content for