14 Great DIY Garden Markersjentatertots
Whether your garden covers sprawling acres or fits in a pot on your windowsill, give it a touch of personal flair with these beautiful DIY garden markers!
14 Great DIY Garden Markers 1 of 14
Check out these sweet ideas that help organize, and personalize your garden!
Pretty Painted Rocks 2 of 14
For an adorable, but inexpensive way to mark your garden try painting rocks!
Learn more at Whimsy Love.
Fabric Flags 3 of 14
Have extra scraps of fabric lying around? These sweet little fabric flags are a beautiful way to keep track of your plants, and use up leftover material!
Learn more at Design Sponge.
Dress Up Plain Plant Markers 4 of 14
You can buy plain plant markers and jazz them up for next to nothing! Try painting them in your favorite hues, then scratching out the label!
Learn more at Eat Clean Remix.
Stamped Silverware 5 of 14
Oh what to do with old mismatched silverware? Convert those spoons and forks into gorgeous (and surprisingly easy) stamped silverware plant markers!
Learn more at My So Called Crafty Life.
Chalkboard Paint Stirrers 6 of 14
Yay for chalkboard paint! If you adore the chalkboard trend, check out this darling idea! Paint sticks dipped in chalkboard paint make wonderful garden labels
Learn more at Cakies.
Stamped Clay Markers 7 of 14
This project is a bit time intensive, and requires a few materials you may not have at home, (polymer clay, rubber letter stamps ) but my goodness, isn't it cute! Not only is it a great addition to your own garden , but would make a beautiful gift for family and friends!
Learn more at Wit and Whistle.
Gorgeous Garden Gnomes 8 of 14
Create the cutest little garden gnomes labels, for a fun whimsical flair!
Learn more at Swallow's Heart
Handwritten 9 of 14
There is something so sweet about children's handwriting. Give your garden child-like charm with these darling handwritten garden markers.
Learn more at The Blue Basket.
Aluminum Duct Tape Garden Markers 10 of 14
Using plastic knifes and aluminum duct tape you can create these super cute labels!
Learn more at Aunt Peaches.
Darling Dinos 11 of 14
Looking for a fun and quirky addition to your garden? Label your plants with plastic dinos or animals for a funny twist!
Learn more at Punk Projects.
Broken Pots 12 of 14
Broken terracotta pots? Don't throw them out, use them to label and decorate your garden!
Learn more at Hardly Housewives.
Popsicle Stick Labels 13 of 14
Popsicle stick labels are an old staple, but don't let this garden classic get boring! Dress it up with cute stickers or stencils.
Learn more at Ideas.
Wooden Spoons 14 of 14
Take those wooden spoons out of the kitchen and into the garden! Use inexpensive or old wooden spoons to label your plants.
Learn more at Collect and Carry.
What’s your favorite way to label your garden?
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