Painting pebbles craze inspires new outdoor play product

Toy Fair, Olympia, London | 22nd – 24th January 2019 | Upper Hall Stand 325

Play sand, sledge and birdfeeder supplier Deco-Pak is launching a new product exclusively at the 2019 Toy Fair in London.  This new addition to the range comes after requests from retailers and the current trend for ‘rocking’ — painting pebbles with faces, patterns or messages and leaving them for others to find. 

 Launching exclusively at the 2019 Toy Fair, Deco-Pak’s Rockin’ Pebbles, RRP £2.99, allow anyone to take part in the growing trend for painting pebbles, also known as ‘rocking’.  Rockin’ Pebbles are smooth undecorated pebbles that children and adults can decorate using acrylic paint or permanent markers, applying varnish or nail polish to seal against the elements.  Rockin’ Pebbles come in a 2kg ethically sourced jute bag, a concerted effort against using plastic, which has become such a big issue particularly on the beaches that first inspired the trend.  Packed for retail sale in a FSC cardboard display box ideal for any size shop or for placement by tills.

Other outdoor play products

Deco-Pak is one of the garden industry’s most popular decorative aggregate suppliers, based in Yorkshire where its products are designed and packed.  The new Rockin’ Pebbles will complement the family-run company’s wider premium value educational and fun play offering, including play pit sand, coloured sand, sledges (including one made from recycled plastic) and design-your-own birdhouses and feeders.

Find out more

To find out more about Deco-Pak and its products you can visit or email  You can find the company on Twitter @Deco_Pak or on YouTube by searching for ‘Deco-Pak’.  To speak directly with the sales team call 01422 204394.


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Deco-Pak is a family run decorative aggregates, outdoor play and wild birdfeeder and nestbox supplier.  It supplies traditional garden centres, DIY and toy retailers all over the UK.  Their packing and distribution facility is based in Brighouse, near Halifax in West Yorkshire.  90% of its decorative aggregate products are sourced in the UK, and all of its plastic and card packaging is fully recyclable where facilities exist.