When I started my garden this spring, I really wanted a cute, easy way to identify my plants. I came up with these DIY plant markers using just a couple inexpensive supplies. Not only do they help me keep track of what I’ve planted (especially the plants I started from seed), they also look adorable in the garden.
To make the plant markers, I used large wooden craft sticks, E6000, Sharpie white oil based paint marker (medium tip), and black wooden tags. I got the black wooden tags from Michael’s for $0.39 each.
Once you have all the supplies, putting them together is a snap. Using my paint marker, I wrote out the names of each plant first. The paint dries really quickly, but give it a couple minutes before moving on so you don’t smear it. Put a little E6000 on a craft stick, and attach to the back of the tag. Let the glue dry completely, at least a few hours or overnight, and you’re ready to add them to your garden!
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