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Thursday, May 30, 2013

DIY: Garden Markers

Like I have mentioned here, Mom and Dad have started the vegetable garden already.
garden bed
They've been doing great with it and are enjoying it.

To make me feel like I am part of it when we reap these vegetables when the time comes.

My contribution was these DIY: Garden Markers.

It is very easy and I did not spend a dime!

I used an old milk gallon.
Cut rectangles from it.  I used a business card to guide me on cutting my rectangles.

Started cutting it with a cutter then continued with scissors.  It was pretty easy to cut because it was soft plastic.
I made seven rectangles from the milk gallon.
And the milk gallon looked like this after cutting the rectangles.
Label the rectangles according to the vegetables that I my mom and dad have 
planted.
Adhere those rectangular plastic markers to barbecue skewers.

And you have your own garden markers.  

But there are a lot of other creative ways of making your own garden markers and these are my favorites.

using wine corks
{via}
using paint stir sticks
{via}
using clothes pin
DIY Plant Marker
{via}
using popsicle sticks
{via}
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  2. These are great ideas. Glad to hear your garden is coming right along! :)

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    1. i should take a picture because they're growing fast Rosey..

      thanks for stopping by, huggies♥

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