These DIY herb garden markers are a precious addition to your garden. Y’all I love my little raised garden bed. I’m slowly learning what I can and can’t grow and my black thumb is getting greener every year! These DIY garden markers are the perfect way to help me keep things sorted AND cute.
Are there any other wannabe plants ladies in the house? I am really stretching myself with indoor plant care and widening my array of outdoor plants has been fun. A fresh herb garden is a fabulous thing to have outside your kitchen for a few fresh snips when cooking, to use in decorating or to make a simmer pot of yummy smelling goodness. I even designed a t-shirt to celebrate my growing plant lady-ness! You can grab one from the Mercantile here (they are EXCLUSIVE to my store because it’s my original design, yayyyy!)
ok, back to the craft, sorry, I just love this tee! I recently made some herb garden markers that can be used in your cutting garden or just as cute decor in a potted house plant (real or fake!). Here are the details of how you can add these cuties to your greenery scene! If you are working on growing indoor plants, you might like my plant care tip here.
Supplies for Herb Garden Markers
I used paint stir sticks, but you could use – wood shutter slats, large popsicle stick or scrap wood
Practicing stamping your letters on extra wood and then stamp the stir stick. Stain your wood AFTER you burn the letters in. If you stain first your stamp will get gunky. You can clean it with iron cleaner if this happens. These wood burning stamps are so versatile, you can see a few other projects I’ve done with them here and here. I also have a list of items you can personalize with a heat tool here. Have fun with this little craft – it will definitely get you thinking about all the cute things you can label! Don’t forget to pin this idea for later, thanks friend.
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