Shabby Chic Chalk Garden Markers

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Shabby Chic Chalk Garden Markers
Shabby Chic Chalk Garden Markers
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Beautify your garden with these adorable plant markers. These Shabby Chic Chalk Garden Markers are a cute addition to any garden; plus, they're reusable, so you can recycle them as much as you need. It's ridiculously easy to make these garden markers. Simply print out the pattern and color as directed. Creative gardeners can design the markers however they want to make them truly personal. This is a great project to complete if you're looking to spruce up your garden. Or, if you're still planning your garden, this project will get you even more excited for it! Organize your garden with these rustic garden markers.

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft



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I used theseed packet name oof what I planted this year until I could get a chance to find a good way to do it and they got so wet and now I do not know what anything that survived is.Save yourself the heartache and make these shabby chic chalk garden markers but I would make sure the name is covered some way so it does not wash off. They are so cute and looks like fun to make. Nice.

This is such a simple way to make your garden look organized! When I start building up my garden in the spring, I'm definitely going to give this a try.

These are so cute. I like the idea of labeling plants. Would love to do this in our garden. Definitely going to try it.

It's so smart to label your plants. I know that I always forget what I planted where. However, if you are actually planting mint, it will be get EVERYWHERE unless it's in a pot. Word to the wise: don't plant mint in the ground. You'll find you just have a yard of mint and it will definitely grow in the cracks in your driveway.


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