raw copy

Another snazzy reason to save those building scraps my friends! 

tomato copy

Small leftover bits can be arranged in a number of fun ways to create rustic, one of a kind garden markers!

groundcherry copy

Lathe strips or branches sanded and tapered at one end are excellent for your stakes.

Get out your paint, the woodburner, sanding block, glue, hammer and nails and start assembling.

lettuce copy

kale copy

black cumin copy

And don’t forget your natural go-to’s….quick and easy —

dandelion copy

nasturtium copy

 Garden markers are a great way to help your kids learn the different plant names and all that you have growing, as well!

Cheers to creating some garden markers this weekend…You can’t stop at just one.


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  2. Laura Irizarry says:

    Thank you for the idea for my garden. Have a lot of wood scrap. My husband made a bench from
    a sewing table I got from work. Just need to paint and make cushions for it with my scrap fabric.

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