Making Soda Can Plant LabelsThis is a page about making soda can plant labels. There are a great number of craft uses for empty aluminum soda cans. The crafter/gardener will delight in they ease of use for making decorative plant markers.
Making Plastic Spoon Plant MarkersCreate inexpensive plant markers with craft paint, plastic spoons, and a permanent marker. They are perfect for an herb garden or to identify any garden plant.
Sand Dollar Plant MarkersThis page contains sand dollar plant markers. These dried sea urchins can be made into colorful garden accessories.
Making Garden StakesThis page is about making garden stakes. A variety of materials can be used to make these garden markers.
Stone Garden MarkersNatural looking yet practical plant identifiers, easy to make and waterproof to boot!
Sand Dollar Plant MarkersUsing a dried sand dollar and a piece of debris from your yard, make a wonderful plant marker the color of your plants!
Cork Plant MarkersWe recently let our kids plant small vegetable gardens and wanted to make markers for the different plants. We a bunch of corks and decided to use a few of them to make plant markers.
Blooming BonnetsLast summer just after Easter I purchased a dozen little straw hats just the size for dolls from a sale rack. They were just drab straw colored so I decided to paint them.
Soda Can Plant LabelsOne of my favorite garden crafts is making homemade plant labels from aluminum cans and wire clothes hangers. Not only are they inexpensive and durable, but these labels are actually attractive and fun to make.
Plastic Spoon Plant Markers for Your Herb GardenDon't toss out your plastic spoons! After using your spoons, you can wash to clean and reuse as plant markets for your herb garden. It's easy to make plant markers with everyday household items you already have at home!