Creating garden markers is easy with leftover clothespins and cute vegetable printables! These are cute and inexpensive! However, keep in mind that these may not hold up as well in your outdoor garden. They work best inside!
Wine cork has many uses, and this is definitely one of the more useful ones. Before you make these, check your drawers (and maybe even your neighbor’s) for old forks. They’re a great way to secure the cork!
Itching for a more country feel in your garden? All you need is a metal hanger and some mason jar lids. The Prudent Gardener is the genius behind this darling project, and you can see how she did it here.
Clay markers from Say Yes make great gift (you know, for you or for someone else) and they can be used both indoors and out!
Give your old spools new life with this beautiful DIY project from Eighteen 25. Bonus: You can make the markers any color you want! Who doesn’t love that?
Aluminum markers are stylish, sirene, and the perfect compliment in any zen garden.
These wooden spoon markers take only minutes to make and they cost you no more than a sack of potatoes. Put your illustration skills to work with small sketches of each vegetable.
All you need to create these beauties is a printer, and some old stakes. The laminate is optional, but these definitely hold up better when laminated!
A different take on the previous clay marker idea. Wit and Whistle show us how they created these markers. It’s a perfect way to add a personal touch to your garden.
Wait! Don’t throw away that broken pot just yet, stamp them with names and voila! New garden markers!
These darling whitewashed plant stakes just scream ‘ Perfect Pinterest DIY.’ After painting, use a stencil or handwrite the name of your fruits and veggies!