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Herb garden markers

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15 Crafty ideas to add colour to your garden this summer - Life of Colour

Make these fun crafty projects to add colour to your garden, from gumboots planters, veggie patch tags and painted pots, you'll sure find a fun project to create!

Hand-painted herb signs- Customized. So cute! | by Sara Gourley Art

I couldn’t resist making herb markers! I love how these turned out. Each one is hand painted on wood using acrylics and then protected with polyurethane. They are about 7″ tall, which i…

#A little place to call my own ... #flowers #Herb Garden Markers #Printable | A free and easy way to mark the herbs in your indoor garden. Totally DIY with free printable included! #herbgarden #masonjar #indoorherbgarden #growingherbs #freeprintable #gardenmarker

#A little place to call my own ... #flowers #Herb Garden Markers #Printable | A free and easy way to mark the herbs in your indoor garden. Totally DIY with free printable included! #herbgarden #masonjar #indoorherbgarden #growingherbs #freeprintable #gardenmarker

DIY Scrabble Tile Herb Garden Markers - $5 Dinners | Recipes, Meal Plans, Coupons

DIY Scrabble Tile Herb Garden Markers are quick and easy to assemble. These garden markers are also adorable, unique, and extra helpful!

5 ingredients

Ingredients
  • Assorted wooden letter tiles (found on Amazon or at your local craft store in the woodworking aisle)
  • Hot glue sticks
  • Hot glue gun
  • Wood craft sticks, wide
  • Clear wood sealant or protector, optional
How do you identify your plants in the garden after you have planted the seed? I usually use Garden Markers to help me to know what plants are what.

How do you identify your plants in the garden after you have planted the seed? I usually use Garden Markers to help me to know what plants are what.